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Plan Your Heating & Cooling If You’re Breaking Ground Next Spring

Winter downtime gives homeowners the perfect opportunity to make plans for new construction projects when the weather turns warm again in the spring. A two-story addition to your home will add value, increase living space and let you and your family spread out and relax. Here are some of the factors you should consider when

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Is Your Furnace is Ready this Fall for the Coming Ohio Winter?

  When the cold, snowy Ohio winter settles in, a reliable furnace that keeps your home comfortably warm isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity. Booking a professional fall furnace tune-up for Ohio homes is the best way to make sure heating equipment is up to the challenge. Getting your furnace maintained before the mercury dips

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Reduce Energy Costs With Your Home’s Ceiling Fans

Are you on the hunt for household energy savings? One simple yet effective strategy that’s often overlooked is changing ceiling fan direction twice a year. All that’s involved is moving the little button on the fan housing that controls which way the blades rotate. Be sure to shut the fan off first, though, to prevent

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Keeping Pets Safe in the Summer Heat

The need for air conditioning in Cleveland keeps HVAC companies busy servicing units. This brings us into our customers’ homes and backyards, where we often notice cats and dogs are too hot to trot, literally. Keep Pets Cool and Safe This Summer Whenever P.K. Wadsworth technicians find a pet in danger, we notify the owners right away. However, it’s worth

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Is Your House Too Humid or Too Dry?

During the dog days of summer, homeowners in our area become increasingly sensitive to higher humidity. And when it’s too humid outdoors, it can also be too humid in your home, leaving you feeling clammy and uncomfortable. On the other hand, when our homes are too dry, we’re also uncomfortable. Excessively dry air aggravates allergies, causes

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How to Set Your Thermostat for Summer Comfort

Using air conditioning in Cleveland can be tricky. It’s likely you want to set your thermostat at a comfortable temperature during the hot months, but you don’t want to spend all your savings on summer energy costs. There are some recommended thermostat settings that can help you stay comfortable and keep your energy costs in check. Recommended Thermostat Settings

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Your Home Cooling Cheat Sheet

If you’re looking for ways to keep your home cool this summer, this cheat sheet will help you to do just that — and save money! Home Cooling Cheat Sheet for Air Conditioning in Cleveland Close curtains and blinds. Use light blocking curtains and blinds on windows where the sun blazes into your home. Keep them closed during

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How to Take Proper Care of Your Air Conditioner

Your air conditioner serves a very important role. In order to ensure it keeps doing its job properly, you must give it proper care. Complete these air conditioner maintenance tasks to keep summer’s favorite appliance in tip-top shape. Change the filter.  Your HVAC filter is designed to trap dirt, pollen, pet dander and other particles

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Tips and Tricks to Save Money on Cooling Your Ohio Home

Even during summer nights, cooling your Ohio home without air conditioning is practically impossible. If your home doesn’t have air conditioning, you can have a system installed for less than you may expect. Air conditioning does more than keep you comfortable; staying cool is healthier, particularly for elderly people. Many disease-causing bacteria thrive in hot, humid environments. Click here

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Why Is My Air Conditioning System Constantly Running?

Before the invention of air conditioning in 1902, people went to great  lengths to stay cool. Those who lived near water could always go swimming; elsewhere, people were forced to make do with shade, fans, and drinks cooled by ice harvested during winter months. Today, many families have air conditioning in their homes. Air conditioning makes our homes

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