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How to Keep Your HVAC Running During Supply Chain Shortages

Imagine waiting six months for your HVAC unit to arrive, and when it does, it’s damaged beyond use.  And with current supply chain shortages, you can’t expect manufacturers to move your order to the front of the line simply because a freight carrier damaged it. Here in Alaska, we’re running into...
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Things to Know About Your Water Heater

Things to know about your water heater
Having hot water in your home is a necessity that doesn’t show its full value until it’s taken from you.  What if you, YES YOU, knew a little bit more about how your water heater and the surrounding components worked?  It might just save you money and time in a nasty...
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How to Save Money on Commercial Heating Bills

Finding a heating system that saves you money on your commercial heating bill isn’t easy. And with commercial buildings varying in size and shape, there’s never a one-size-fits-all solution. Alaskans especially, pay some of the highest energy costs in the country. According to Alaska Renewable Energy, we pay an estimated $2,800/year...
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5 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Heating Unit

As cooler weather continues to roll in, now is the time to pay extra attention to your heating unit to ensure that it will last you through the frigid winter months. Here are some signs that will help you determine whether or not your HVAC needs to be replaced. 1. Your...
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Should I Have Air Conditioning Installed?

Most would think Alaska is fairly cool year-round and air conditioning isn’t necessary, but the summer of 2019 proved even we get hot!  For the first time in 50 years, Anchorage reached a record-breaking temperature of 90 degrees. While a summer heatwave is a rare occurrence, it’s best to plan for...
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