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Five Good Reasons to Schedule Your Annual Air Conditioner TuneUp

Five Good Reasons to Schedule Your Annual Air Conditioner TuneUp

Your A/C system has been inactive for months. You want to be sure it is in top condition when you need to run it, maybe for hours or days at a time when the unexpected high temps arrive this month. (They always do, you know.) Regular maintenance is less costly than a...
Three Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Three Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Pollen Season is Here … and It’s Worse Than Ever! Ask anyone – in between sneezes – and you’ll hear a host of complaints about the pollen that is everywhere once the seasons change.  We’re happy to bid Winter “Au revoir,” but an unfortunate harbinger of Spring is the...
HVAC … VRF – More Alphabet Soup! What Does it Mean?

HVAC … VRF – More Alphabet Soup! What Does it Mean?

Invented in the 1980s, VRF stands for Variable Refrigerant Flow … a technology that represents a transformation in the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry. Like ductless mini-splits, VRFs use refrigerant as the cooling and heating medium. The...
Mass Save Offers the Most in $$$ Rebates Than Ever Before!

Mass Save Offers the Most in $$$ Rebates Than Ever Before!

If you’ve thought about upgrading your heating system, Mass Save offers the most in $$$ rebates than ever before!   In past years, several states have offered incentives in the way of rebates and/or tax credits for upgrading to high-efficiency heating equipment....
Whole-Home Humidifier: Dry air and what you can do about it

Whole-Home Humidifier: Dry air and what you can do about it

It’s winter in New England, so if you are experiencing dry skin, itchy eyes, and scratchy throat, it may be the result of dry air in your home and almost everywhere you go!  You can try lotions, bath oils, and throat lozenges … but the best way to fight dry air is to...
It’s Not Over Yet … there’s still time for heating maintenance

It’s Not Over Yet … there’s still time for heating maintenance

We are right in the “middle” of winter and it may even be snowing now as you read this. While January is almost over, we still have February and March (maybe even April) to go. What happens if winter sends us a knock-out punch this year? Are you prepared? Hopefully,...