Allergies are in the Air! Simple Air Filter Tips

“I’m not sick; my nose thinks nature is trying to poison me.” Can you relate? Indoor and outdoor allergy levels are at a record high these last couple of years. Instead of all the money being spent on allergy medicines start building...

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Heating Maintenance and Savings Tips

It is the typical eighty-degree fall weather we are used to in Tennessee, as we start to prepare for the inevitable – the winter with slight chances of snow and below-freezing temperatures. Often, we overlook an essential facet in the fight...

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Seasonal Allergies in Full Bloom: Nip them in the Bud

When homeowners notice the first chill in the air from fall they are apt to crank up the heat on their furnace or head outside to enjoy autumn activities such as picking apples or finding that perfect pumpkin. Yet for some people, the change in...

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My AC Uses R-22 Freon: What Can I Do?

By now, you’ve probably heard that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is phasing out the use of freon (aka R-22 or HCFC-22) in air conditioning units built prior to 2010. If you have an older unit, there’s no need to replace it with...

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The Phasing Out of R-22 Freon

Is your air conditioner more than ten years old? If so, keep reading. At the end of 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is implementing a change that will affect your cooling system and potentially your wallet. The most common refrigerant...

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How to Stay Cool This Summer

With the summer season in full swing, one thing is certain; the weather outside is frightful. No, we’re not talking about non-stop blizzards and frequent freezing temperatures-those days are still thankfully far off! Instead, the weather will...

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