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Certified, Authorized..What does it mean?

Putting a quick blurb out regarding the topic of certifications and authorizations. Pretty much, if you hear companies advertising that their service group is certified and authorized…well, it really does not mean much of anything. In terms of heating and cooling companies whether residential or commercial these two terms are used for just about anything,

 
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The Benefits of Gas Logs

There are pros and cons to having gas logs in your home or even your business. Prior to making a decision you really want to go over a few items. Many still prefer traditional wood burning stoves or fireplaces and to be honest they are the more cost effective choice provided the owner has access

 
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Why is my heat pump steaming??

A common question from the residential sector. If you are experiencing or noticing periods where your heat pump (outdoor) is generating clouds or puffs of steam/vapor during the heating season you can relax. During periods of mechanical heating (heat pump operation during heating) your outdoor heat pump utilizes a defrost logic board. This board typically

 
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Carrier Weathermaker heat exchangers…check them on heating PM.

Well, it is that time of year again…cold. When you request or you are scheduled for a pre-heating season check make sure the service company thoroughly checks out all your gas heat exchangers. If you are a retail chain or any business using older packaged HVAC equipment, chances are that you may have an older

 
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Are We Losing The True HVAC Service Technician?

  Much as the title would suggest the HVAC/R industry seems to be, as a whole, losing the those technicians which understand the science and principles behind HVAC. It is somewhat a mystery as to why, however much of the reasoning behind the trend is not such a mystery after all. If you were to

 
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