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The Advantages of Ductless Air Conditioning

Posted on: June 12, 2013

Split ductless air conditioning is a good way to add air conditioning to multiple rooms without having to install ductwork and open up drywall. Ductless air conditioning systems have an exterior condenser and an indoor evaporator unit that holds the coil and a fan. Bringing a ductless air conditioner in your home is an affordable […]

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Lauren Acosta With Dave Lennox Offers You More!

Posted on: June 1, 2013

Lauren Acosta goes straight to the source for her information- Dave Lennox. Dave knows heating and air conditioning and Lauren knows that home owners and businesses in Charlotte want quality, savings, and dependability. Watch!

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Reducing the Energy Consumption of Your Air Conditioning Unit

Posted on: May 29, 2013

Air conditioning is now a must in any setting, whether it be your household, office, store, or other building. To make your family, guests, and customers comfortable and provide good air quality, you have to spend money to ensure maintenance and good temperatures indoors. It is no secret that it is becoming more and more […]

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Advantages of Air Conditioning Repair and Maintenance

Posted on: May 15, 2013

If you wait until the last minute to have your air conditioning repaired or wait until something goes terribly wrong, you could be making a very expensive mistake. Like any mechanical equipment, the most cost-effective way to get the most out of your air conditioner is with regular maintenance and proper care. Checking on the […]

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Tips for Reducing Your Air Conditioning Usage

Posted on: May 10, 2013

When the temperature goes up, so do the electric bills in our homes, thanks to the air conditioning constantly running. But there are simple ways you can lower the amount of time you use your air conditioning and subsequently lower your electric bill. Keep your windows covered – When your curtains are open, that means […]

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Repair Your Air Conditioning to Save Money

Posted on: April 3, 2013

For most families, the largest part of their utility consumption is the air conditioner, and although this is unavoidable during those hot, humid summers, it can be reduced. An air conditioner that goes year after year without being serviced will perform less efficiently each year – as much as 15% less each year. While this […]

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“Fiscal Cliff” Averted; HVAC and Water Heating Tax Credits Extended

Posted on: March 13, 2013

Good news for tax payers in Charlotte, North Carolina! Aimed at averting the “fiscal cliff,” the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) has extended numerous energy-efficiency and renewable energy deductions and credits for another year—and that means more savings for you! Energy tax credits from 2011 that expired on January 1, 2012 have been […]

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Saving Money On Heating With Programmable Thermostats

Posted on: February 7, 2013

Heating your home is a constant game. It is hard to save money, remain comfortable and be responsible to the environment at the same time. With rising energy costs and a green movement that is bringing everyone more in touch with their footprint on the Earth, homeowners are looking for reasonable solutions in heating and […]

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Signs of Needing Furnace Repair

Posted on: January 31, 2013

Furnace repair can be a very expensive part of life. It is important to catch the signs early, so you avoid a catastrophe and an even more expensive mess. Here are 7 signs that can help you realize whether you need furnace repair or not: The prices of your gas and electric bill are going […]

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Breakthroughs With Heat Pumps

Posted on: January 24, 2013

What if you were told that there was an energy source that could heat and cool your home without any costs to you? You wouldn’t have to pay for gas or propane to maintain the temperature of your home. It is completely renewable, natural, and will not run out. Would you be interested? Heat pumps […]

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