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Top Mistakes Homeowners Make with Their Air Conditioner—Part 2

Posted: July 17, 2018

In our previous post, we discussed a few of the problems that can occur when you make mistakes with your air conditioning system. Here are a few more missteps to avoid.

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Top Mistakes Homeowners Make with Their Air Conditioner—Part 1

Posted: July 13, 2018

A properly functioning air conditioning system makes it easy for you to beat the heat. But a slew of problems—from costly repairs to comfort problems to high utility bills—can happen if you make common mistakes like these.

Why Doesn’t My Propane Tank Ever Read 100% Full?

Posted: July 3, 2018

Most propane tanks are equipped with a gauge, located under the dome. This provides the approximate percentage of fuel in the tank. If the gauge reads 30% or less, you should contact us for a delivery—or better yet, ask us about being placed on our automatic delivery schedule.

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Coping with Severe Storms—Tips for your Delaware Valley Home

Posted: June 22, 2018

The official start of the Atlantic hurricane season began June 1, although most of these storms typically occur between August and October. You probably remember these names from last year: Hurricane Harvey (Texas),

Air duct sealing

How to Maximize Your Air Conditioner’s Efficiency

Posted: June 15, 2018

Keeping your ductwork properly sealed is a great way to save money on your cooling expenses—and to make your home more comfortable, energy efficient and safe all year long.

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Stay Cool for Less This Summer With These 9 Tips

Posted: June 11, 2018

Nothing is much cooler than getting out of the heat and stepping into your air conditioned home during the summer. But enjoying all that comfort for less money is even cooler.