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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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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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Are You Dusting Too Much?

  Don’t get me wrong, dust is normal in all homes and nothing can eliminate it. However, in some homes dust seems to reappear too soon—even after just a few days. This makes house cleaning an even more tedious task. If this happens in your home, it might not be your fault! Simple testing of

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Air Conditioning Maintenance — Don’t Skip It!

Maintenance is required to keep your air conditioning running as efficiently and reliably as possible. Regular preventive maintenance also allows the technician to find and fix any small problems before they develop into something more serious. Without professional maintenance, your cooling system is more likely to break down, often when temperatures are at their hottest

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What to Do About HVAC in Your New Home

Once escrow closes and you get the keys to your new home, it’s time to evaluate the status of existing energy systems. This is especially true for the HVAC system, which is responsible for about 50 percent of American households’ utility bills due to heating and cooling requirements. The condition of your home’s HVAC system is

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Considering A/C Replacement? Learn more about the Costs involved

If your air conditioner is acting, you may be worrying that it will not get you through the rest of summer. But before you make an air conditioner purchase, remember this: an A/C replacement is about more than just the initial cost. You’ve got to compare the price tag with the unit’s lifetime cost to

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Choosing a Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor in Northeast OH

Climate-control systems are a big investment that are meant to last for a long time. Because of this, choosing a heating and air conditioning contractor that will take care of you and your equipment is essential. At P.K. Wadsworth, we take pride in providing Cleveland-area homeowners with the highest quality services possible. NATE certification When

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Spring Cleaning? Don’t forget Your AC Tune-up

Spring is officially here, and if you’re like most people, you have some sort of spring cleaning routine in the works. Between vacuuming, dusting, and organizing, it’s also important to pay attention to a system that’s going to serve you as the weather continues to warm: your air conditioning. Spring is the perfect time to

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Hiring an HVAC Contractor: 3 Critical Questions to Ask

When hiring an HVAC contractor, it’s best to find a pro. Sure, the handyman down the street may give you what seems like a price break on air conditioning or heating installation or repair, but hiring an unlicensed contractor, or someone who isn’t trained to work on your system, is asking for trouble. Here’s some additional advice on

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