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Archives for February 2013 | Rick's Heating and Cooling

Archive for February, 2013

Schedule Your Annual HVAC Maintenance for Spring!

February 27, 2013

It may be pretty chilly now, but spring is actually right around the corner—in fact, the first official day of spring this year is March 20. That means it’s the perfect time to schedule your annual HVAC maintenance for spring, including heat pump and AC maintenance! Although it may be common sense that your air […]

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How to Ease Winter Allergies

February 19, 2013

If you have indoor allergies, you know that allergy season isn’t just in the spring and summer—allergies like mold and dust will follow you year-round, and can even be made worse by spending more time indoors during the cold weather. So what can you do if you suffer from winter allergies? Avoiding the indoors obviously […]

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How to Choose the Best Air Cleaner for Your Home

February 8, 2013

The quality of your home’s air is not just important to you and your family, but to all of us at Rick’s Heating & Cooling, too. Poor indoor air quality can lead to a host of negative side effects, including: Increased respiratory illnesses Aggravated allergies Headache Fatigue Irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and skin […]

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What Is a Dual Fuel Heat Pump?

February 4, 2013

If you’re considering a new home heating system, you may be seeing the words “dual fuel heat pump” coming up quite often—but what is a dual fuel heat pump, exactly? How can it be energy efficient if it’s using two different fuels? Well, at Rick’s Heating & Cooling, we have the answers you’re looking for, […]

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