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Why Won’t My Air Conditioner Turn On?

Posted On: May 16, 2022

When it gets hot in Utah, it gets hot. And that’s no time for the air conditioner to quit working. There…

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Using Both Central AC and Ductless Mini-Splits in Your Home

Posted On: May 5, 2022

Considering how hot the Ogden area can get in the summer, it's essential to have a cooling system that works…

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How Snow & Ice Affect Your HVAC Unit

Posted On: March 9, 2022

As enjoyable as fresh snow may be to look at it the Ogden area, it can significantly impact the performance…

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Top 5 HVAC Tips for Utah Weather

Posted On: February 3, 2022

Here in Utah, we're no strangers to the four seasons. Between our fluctuating weather patterns and the dreaded seasonal inversion…

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What Is NATE Certification and Why Does It Matter?

Posted On: January 13, 2022

  Have you ever seen an HVAC company mention having "NATE-certified" technicians and wondered what that means? Properly certified professionals are…

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How to Efficiently Set Your Thermostat in the Fall

Posted On: August 30, 2021

Figuring out your perfect thermostat setting is simple enough in the summer. We’ve all got our preferences and comfort zones,…

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How Often Does My Air Conditioner Need Service?

Posted On: February 16, 2021

The EPA says air conditioners cost U.S. homeowners nearly $30 billion each year to run. Now that's quite a utility…

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The Ultimate Guide to Troubleshooting Your Furnace

Posted On: December 2, 2020

Your furnace works hard to keep your home warm and cozy. Unfortunately, your furnace can also be prone to problems…

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How New HVAC Systems Affect Your Home’s Resale Value

Posted On: July 21, 2020

Purchasing a home is a huge investment, and buyers are usually uncomfortable with the idea of immediately needing to repair…

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Should I Zone My HVAC?

Posted On: June 30, 2020

Do you have rooms in your home that always seem too hot or cold? Do you question whether your thermostat…

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