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Rich G (Elements HVAC)
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Heating, Air conditioning, Service and Installation, solar, duct cleaning
Heating, Air conditioning, Service and Installation, solar, duct cleaning

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Furnace Specials
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Is my furnace really safe? If you own a Carrier, Bryant, or Payne you may not be.
Furnaces have many components that need to work seamlessly together to not only produce reliable heat but also keep the air in your home healthy. One of the most important pieces in your furnace is the heat exchanger and it converts your gas with a very hot...

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY A NEW FURNACE?
If you're in the market for a new furnace, there's some information you need to know before making a decision. What furnace brand is Best.  Most well know furnace manufacturers make good equipment.  Some brands are designed to last 10 years and some are des...

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How do I compare cost of heating fuels??
How do you compare heating cost between Electric, Natural Gas, LP (Propane), and Heating Oil. Well it's just a simple comparison of cost per BTU of heat contained in the fuel compared to the efficiency of the heating equipment used.  So we just put all the ...

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What can a Smart thermostat do for me?
Thermostat....Shmmermostat... Right? Regular old thermostat lets you adjust the temperature in your home.  That's it... it's just alike a light switch for your heating and air conditioning system. ON or OFF...Programmable thermostats let you set the tempera...

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Air Source Heat Pumps and Hybrid Heating Systems lower heating bill (especially LP propane customers)
An air-source heat pump can provide efficient heating and cooling for your home, especially if you live in a colder climate. When properly installed, an air-source heat pump can deliver three to four times more heat energy to a home than the electrical ener...
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