Need a Repair? Ask for Factory Authorized Parts™.

August 6, 2018

You’ve invested a lot in your home, including your HVAC system. For instance, you’ve chosen quality Carrier®, Bryant® or Payne® equipment, which is manufactured to offer exceptional comfort and maximum efficiency. Should the time come, however, that your furnace, air conditioning or heat pump system require repair services, you should know that Factory Authorized Parts are always the right choice.

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What’s Your IAQ?

July 2, 2018

You may have heard the term “IAQ,” but you might not be sure what it means. Does it have to do with how intelligent you are? What do those letters stand for, anyway? Well, IAQ isn’t about how smart you are, but it does have to do with the air you breathe everyday. IAQ stands for indoor air quality, which is exactly that – the quality of the air inside your home.

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Choosing the Right Thermostat for Your Home & Lifestyle

June 15, 2018

Many people think of thermostats and they remember the old, round dial thermostats from days gone by. Today, thermostats have changed. They’re engineered to help your heating and cooling equipment operate both effectively and efficiently, helping you save on heating costs.

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Ask Your Technician for Quality Kidde Safety Products

May 26, 2018

Most of us don’t want to think about fires in our homes, or carbon monoxide infiltrating our living spaces. Both can be tragic, but the good news is, you can arm your home and family easily, by asking your HVAC technician about quality Kidde safety products.

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Increase Customer Safety with Duct Smoke Detectors from Totaline®

February 17, 2018

The Totaline P270-3000PL 4-wire photoelectric duct smoke detector features a pivoting housing that fits both square and rectangular footprints and mounts to round or rectangular ductwork.

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Clear the Air with Totaline® UV

January 20, 2018

UV germicidal lights will help your customers enjoy cleaner, fresher air when used in conjunction with an air cleaner, because ultraviolet light waves help to reduce the amount of pollutants.

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