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Toilet issues? Read this article before calling your plumber and save yourself some money. You can do it!
http://www.proservicemechanical.com/toilet-repair-saskatoon/
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It is incredible how much energy we use heating our home in Canada!! LED lights and efficient TVs are great but it's your FURNACE that will make the biggest difference! Click to find out more.

http://www.proservicemechanical.com/furnace-replacement-in-saskatoon-think-it-doesnt-pay-to-change-that-furnace-think-again/
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It`s probably not Santa stuck in your chimney that's causing your furnace issue, but we will find out what is. Click to find out about our great service rates for the month of December. Merry Christmas from the staff at Pro Service Mechanical.

http://www.proservicemechanical.com/furnace-repair-all-december-long-in-saskatoon/
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Who is in charge of the thermostat in your house?
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A frozen coil inside your home can destroy your AC compressor and result in very expensive repairs or replacement. IF YOU HAVE AN AIR CONDITIONER YOU NEED TO READ THIS.

http://www.proservicemechanical.com/air-conditioning-service-saskatoon/
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THE CHEAP ONE? THE EXPENSIVE ONE?
What kind of filter do I need for my air conditioner/heating system? This article will help you make a more educated decision.

http://www.proservicemechanical.com/ac-furnace-saskatoon-filter-types/
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Should you set your water heater to "VACATION" when you are away? What is a safe temperature to set your water heater to avoid scalding or harmful bacteria? Click to find out more

http://www.proservicemechanical.com/plumbing-tips-water-heater-temp/
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Should I have my fan set to "On" or "Auto" on my thermostat? Which setting is better when running my air conditioning? This article will give you the answer.
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