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Why You Should Upgrade Your Furnace in the Summer

Why You Should Upgrade Your Furnace in the Summer

A better, longer-lasting solution to recurring heating problems is a furnace replacement, and this season is actually the perfect time to do this. Here Stone Heating & Air, the trusted heating and air conditioning repair company in the area, shares why summer is the best time to invest in this particular home upgrade.

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4 Quick Facts About Home Cooling

4 Quick Facts About Home Cooling

Because an air conditioning system is now a staple in millions of homes across the country, most homeowners don’t think of theirs much anymore. But there was a time when a working AC system would be a big deal–even making it on the news! That’s history for you. And if you want to learn some …

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Heat Pump Leaks: Why They Happen & What to Do About Them

Heat Pump Leaks: Why They Happen & What to Do About Them

Your heat pump is meant to extract heat from one area of your house and move it to another, allowing your home to remain warm and comfortable on cold days. In order for it to properly do its job, however, your heat pump needs to remain in good condition. According to HVAC companies, it’s possible that …

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Indoor Air Quality: How Improving It Can Keep You Healthy

Indoor Air Quality: How Improving It Can Keep You Healthy

Believe it or not, home heating companies say that in many homes, the indoor air can be more polluted than the air outside. As such, more and more homeowners are looking for ways to improve their home’s indoor air quality, as doing so can significantly improve your health, especially now with the recent outbreak of COVID-19. But …

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4 Commercial HVAC Tips You Need to Follow This Summer

4 Commercial HVAC Tips You Need to Follow This Summer

With the summer season set to arrive soon, property owners are beginning to plan for the maintenance of their buildings. Often this includes replacing the roof, the lights or even the windows of the building. However, when you’re planning for commercial building maintenance, these aren’t the steps that you should take. In fact, HVAC repair pros say …

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