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Are HVAC tune ups worth it? How can I maximize my energy efficiency? When are new programs coming out? Here’s where to find all of that and more.

Company News

Furnace The first step is getting to know your furnace. First, how old is it? A typical furnace lasts about 20 years. And chances are, the older it is, the less efficient it is. If you don’t know your furnace’s AFUE rating, call the manufacturer. They should be able to tell you by the serial […]

Our 2024-25 propane price programs will be annouced soon, so keep an eye out and call us with any questions at 269-343-1363.

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Call to schedule your AC Tune Up before April 30th to save $20, or call by May 31st to save $10. The tune up appointment can happen anytime as long as you’ve made the appointment before those dates.

HVAC Tips and Tricks

Split Systems A split system simply means your solution has products that reside both inside and outside your home. In many cases, a split system consists of: Furnace―provides heating and the fan used year round to circulate air Evaporator coil―the indoor component of your outdoor cooling unit Air conditioner or heat pump―works in tandem with […]

Who you choose to install your new heating and cooling system is the most important decision you can make.  Improperly installed equipment will not operate as it should and you will lose out on energy savings and system reliability.  Factory trained and NATE Certified, our technicians pass rigorous training, testing, background checks and drug screening […]

According to the the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) “Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems have been shown to collection a variety of contaminants such as mold, fungi, bacteria and very small particles of dust that have the potential to affect overall health, The removal of such contaminants from the HVAC system […]

Knowledge Base

Natural Gas Where available natural gas is the least expensive and easiest heating solution because it is still plentiful in Michigan and is piped directly into your home from the utility company. It normally doesn’t make sense to replace a perfectly good furnace with a natural gas unit just to save money, but when it’s […]

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