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  • Are Heat Pumps Really More Energy Efficient Than Furnaces?
    Are Heat Pumps Really More Energy Efficient Than Furnaces?

    Heat pumps vs. furnaces ; for a long time in the HVAC industry, debate has gone on about the differences between these two systems . Yet one way in which heat pumps have gained an edge is through ...

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  • Why Does My Heater Smell Funny?
    Why Does My Heater Smell Funny?

    It’s cold outside, so you fire up your furnace. However, in addition to being greeted with warmth and comfort, you’re also greeted with a strange and somewhat repugnant smell. Does that means ...

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  • Three Commonly-Asked Questions About Heating Technology
    Three Commonly-Asked Questions About Heating Technology

    Florida is blessed to have winters which are known for being sunny, mild, and in many cases, warm. However, those of us who live here know that there certainly are days where firing up the heater is ...

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  • Should I Buy a Furnace or Heat Pump?
    Should I Buy a Furnace or Heat Pump?

    So the time has come to replace your heater. If you’re like many Florida residents, you may not depend on your heater all that much thanks to our largely mild winters, but that doesn’t mean you’ll ...

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  • Four Reasons a Furnace Check-Up Is Important
    Four Reasons a Furnace Check-Up Is Important

    Florida isn’t necessarily known for its frigid winters that send people heading south—in fact, people from the north frequently head to the Sunshine State to wait out the winter before returning home. ...

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  • The Difference Between a Heat Pump & A Furnace
    The Difference Between a Heat Pump & A Furnace

    There are lots of different ways you can keep your home warm, however the majority of homes rely on one of two devices: a heat pump and a furnace. Many people mistakenly believe that these two terms ...

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