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5 Signs You Probably Need a New Air Conditioner

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5 Signs You Probably Need a New Air Conditioner

It’s easy to forget about your air conditioner when it’s working well. Regular maintenance can keep it running better for longer, but as summer goes on and each day seems hotter than the last, the constant strain on your cooling system can take its toll. Watch for …

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Spring Clean Your Air Conditioner to Beat the Heat (and Costly Repairs)

It's time to clean and check your air conditioner before any issues becomes a summer emergency

Spring Clean Your Air Conditioner to Beat the Heat (and Costly Repairs)

The Importance of Spring Cleaning Your Air Conditioner

Spring is finally here and that means it’s time for some cleaning. When making your to-do list, don’t forget to add an air conditioner cleaning. Maintaining your system before summer begins not only …

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Improving Indoor Air Quality: Top 6 Tips for Cleaner, Healthier Air

14.03.2018
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Improving Indoor Air Quality: Top 6 Tips for Cleaner, Healthier Air

Did you know the air inside our homes can be more polluted than the air outside? It sounds strange, but it’s true. Studies conducted across the country found indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Chronic headaches, nausea, lethargy, allergies, asthma …

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Duct Cleaning 101: Is It Worth It?

26.02.2018
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Duct Cleaning 101: Is It Worth It?

Unlike furnace or air conditioner tuneups, duct cleanings aren’t always recommended or performed by comfort providers. Homeowners often ask if they need to have their ducts cleaned and if it’s really worth it. The answer is yes and Tom’s Heating is happy to explain why. Below, our team …

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3 Things Homeowners Should Understand About Humidity

11.01.2018
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3 Things Homeowners Should Understand About Humidity

Home comfort isn’t just about temperature. Humidity—the amount of water vapor in the air—plays a key role in how comfortable you actually feel. Air that’s too dry causes irritated, cracked skin and spreads illnesses more easily. Humid air is stuffy, causes mold growth, and damages wood furniture …

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