Expert Tips for Installing a Mini-Split in Your Home

August 16, 2023
For an optimal year-round home comfort solution, look no further than a ductless mini-split system. An increasingly
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Troubleshooting Guide: Why Your AC is On but Not Cooling

August 09, 2023
When the scorching heat of summer arrives, a malfunctioning air conditioning system can quickly turn your indoor
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H & H Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Donates to the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

August 02, 2023
[July 28, 2023 – Essington, PA] – As part of its continued commitment to service, H &
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AC Installation: 4 Tips for the Best Installation

July 28, 2023
Installing an air conditioning unit in your home can be tough if you’re not a pro. That’s
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Before a Water Heater Installation: Things You Should Know

July 21, 2023
Before you get that water heater installed, here are some important things to keep in mind… 1.
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Tips for Better Air Conditioning Performance

June 29, 2023
Air conditioning is an important part of home comfort, but it can also be expensive. Fortunately, there
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Why You Should Schedule Timely Furnace Maintenance

June 15, 2023
Even before the cold winter season approaches, ensuring the proper functioning of our furnaces should be a
Inflation Reduction Act Explained: Save Big on HVAC Systems

Inflation Reduction Act Explained: Save Big on HVAC Systems

April 07, 2023
Is your older furnace struggling to keep up? Maybe your air conditioner has been making strange noises
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How Can A UV Air Purifier Prevent Winter Colds

November 04, 2022
The days are shorter, the air is crisper, and your nose is stuffier than ever. That’s right,
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Short Cycling in HVAC

October 07, 2022
Does your HVAC system turn on and off more frequently than normal? It could be having a
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