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Top Reasons Your A/C is Tripping the Breaker

Top Reasons Your A/C is Tripping the Breaker

If your home’s A/C quits unexpectedly, check its breaker in your main electrical panel to see if it has tripped. An air conditioner that’s tripping the breaker should be dealt

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Beat the Heat This Summer with These Cooling System Efficiency Tips

Trying to beat the heat this summer can mean high electricity bills from your air conditioner. However, there are a few things you can do to cut down on the

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Singular Efficiency With a Dual-Fuel System

Since they were introduced in the 1970s, heat pumps have made a big difference in the way many Americans heat their homes. Able to deliver up to three times as

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Two-Stage Cooling Systems Use Advanced Technologies To Boost Comfort, Efficiency

As you begin your search for a new air conditioning system, you will quickly realize that a lot has changed since you last had cooling equipment installed. The units being

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If Your Air Conditioner Leaks, You Need To Know What To Do

You might not have any control over the humidity level in Middletown this summer, but you can follow a few tips to prevent moisture damage caused by a diligent air

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How New A/C Systems Improve Noise Levels

When you have a noisy air conditioner, it can really drive you up the wall. No matter what you do, that annoying sound is always there, overpowering your conversations, TV

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It’s Almost Time To Shut Your A/C Down For The Season — Tips For Winter Protection

If you’re like many Middletown homeowners, you’re probably already thinking about preparing your home for winter’s chill. Your cooling system should be a part of those preparations — cold, ice

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Manufacturer And State Rebates Make Savings A Reality

High efficiency heating and air conditioning equipment can greatly reduce the amount of energy we consume.  Because of this, the government has created many rebates to encourage consumers to switch

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Is It Time To Repair Or Replace Your Air Conditioning System?

When your air conditioning system is not performing like it used to, it may be time to repair or replace your current unit.  Though the upfront cost may have you

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Programmable Thermostat Features Go Way Beyond Temperature Controls

Programmable thermostats may seem like merely a handy convenience, but there is a lot more to them than just setting an ideal temperature. Although you can use them to adjust

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