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Top 10 Questions to Ask Your HVAC Contractor

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  As a homeowner, you don’t have to be an HVAC expert. However, it is helpful to know and learn a little about your HVAC system, how it operates, and how to care for it. The next time your HVAC contractors come out for an AC or furnace service, here are some questions we suggest

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4 Signs You Need Emergency HVAC Repair

The High Cost of Improper Furnace Installation

Some HVAC repairs can wait a few days or even a few weeks until you’re able to make a routine appointment with your HVAC contractors. Other repairs are definitely emergencies and need to be dealt with right away. How can you tell the difference? It’s not always black and white. But in most cases, if

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Short Cycling in HVAC

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Does your HVAC system turn on and off more frequently than normal? It could be having a short cycling problem. Schedule an inspection with an HVAC contractor to rectify this excessive stopping and starting that adds wear to your unit’s compressor while depriving your home of the desired cooling comfort. Allowing the system to continue operating

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HVAC Sizing and Why it Matters

HVAC Sizing and Why it Matters

One of the advantages of working with an experienced air conditioning company is that you’re assured of the installation of a properly sized system. But why does this matter? There are some misconceptions about how HVAC systems work. Some might think that bigger air conditioners will cool their homes faster, but this is not necessarily

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HVAC Efficiency – What Does it Mean?

HVAC Efficiency - What Does it Mean?

It seems that every summer is warmer than the last one. That extra, prolonged heat means you’re turning AC on earlier in the year and for a longer duration each day – costing you more money. You know you need an efficient HVAC system, but what does this mean? And why are there so many

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5 Signs Your HVAC Blower Motor Needs to Be Replaced

5 Signs Your HVAC Blower Motor Needs to Be Replaced

Forced air furnaces are equipped with a blower, sometimes known as a fan, which works to blow the freshly conditoned heat or cooled air through the ducts. This fan is powered by a motor, and like most HVAC components, that motor sometimes fails. The older your furnace is, the more likely this is to happen.

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Air Scrubber vs UV Light Purifier

Air Scrubber vs UV Light Purifier

Air Scrubbers and UV Lights both purify the air inside our homes. So what’s the difference? Our HVAC contractors address this question a lot. Though both options improve indoor air quality, they are not identical in the way they work or the results they achieve. Understanding the differences between the two will help you choose

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What’s a Good SEER Rating?

What's a Good SEER Rating?

What’s a good SEER rating? If you feel lost in a sea of HVAC statistics and acronyms, you’re not alone. Shopping for a new heating and air conditioning system can be an overwhelming task. But the residential air conditioning repair and installation experts at H & H are here for you, breaking down SEER ratings into information

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SOS! Why Is My House Hot Upstairs and Cold Downstairs?

SOS! Why Is My House Hot Upstairs and Cold Downstairs?

As you travel through your home, does it feel like you’re visiting different regions of the world? Our air conditioning contractors understand when your basement feels like a snowy New Hampshire winter and your second-floor bedrooms feel like Key West at the peak of summer heat, it can be a little frustrating. But the laws of physics

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6 Toxic HVAC Smells and Their Impact On Health

Toxic HVAC Smells and Their Impact On Health

What’s that terrible smell? Oh no! It’s my HVAC system. When your AC system stinks, it’s never a good sign. Smells permeating your home from your air conditioner are usually a sign of a serious underlying problem. And some of them are toxic. Is an air conditioner replacement in order? How worried should you be?

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