Buying a home comes with a lot of risks. But most of them are fairly reasonable, except for two things: HVAC systems and roofs. Both HVAC systems and roofs can cost you tens of thousands of dollars. But you can check things with your HVAC system before you commit to a purchase.  Here’s a step-by-step…

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heat pump air - water for heating a residential home

The U.S. Energy Information Administration states that about 48 percent of home energy is allocated for heating and cooling a home. Even though that percentage has dropped from 58 percent back in 1993, heating and cooling costs are still a number-one homeowner concern. Installing a new heat pump is an easy way to reduce energy and stay comfortable at home.

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Man working on air conditioning unit

As the summer weather begins to heat up, you may find that your window air conditioning unit is having a difficult time combating Mother Nature. The room with your window unit may be reasonably cool, but what about
the rest of your home?

If you want to beat the heat this summer and upgrade your comfort level, perhaps it’s time to consider a central air conditioning unit. A central air conditioning system can offer multiple benefits that will make
your life easier and more comfortable. Here’s why you should contact an HVAC professional about central air installation this summer.

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