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3 years running, no complaints or bad reviews to the BBB!
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Well, we're into August and the heat keeps coming!  Hope everybody is enjoying the warm weather!
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So ... warm enough? Here's a tip: Try not to use a dehumidifier at the same time your air conditioner is operating. The dehumidifier will increase the cooling load and force the air conditioner to work harder.
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Make sure you schedule an appointment to clean and service your air conditioning system. Now's the time before the heat really starts to move in! ‪#‎HVAC‬ ‪#‎airconditioning‬ ‪#‎MA‬
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The weather has finally been so mild! Warm temps and sunshine! Air conditioning season is on the way!  #springtime   #hvacma   #airconditioning  
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We've seen some melting over the past few days and Spring really is coming! Don't forget to make your appointments for regular yearly maintenance on your system!  #bostonhvac #heatingsystems #coolingsystems  
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What's that old expression, "March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb." We can only hope. It would be nice to start thinking about air conditioning again! #hvaccontractor   #hvacservice   #boston  
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We've collected some our heating tips into a blog for our site so you can see them in one place. ‪#‎bostonwinter‬ ‪#‎heatingtips‬ ‪#‎hvac‬
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How is everybody holding up? Between the snow and the cold, we're day dreaming about air conditioning weather! Here a photo that warmed us up for a bit!  #hvac   #boston  
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Cold day out there! Here's another heating tip: Reverse your ceiling fans.

Most ceiling fans are built with a reverse setting and this is perfect for the winter. When you heat your home, the heat rises and reversing your fan blades to rotate clockwise allows you to draw that heat back down and help keep it from going through the roof or walls.  #hvaccontractor  
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