Your Guide to Comfort and Efficiency

3 Reasons to Switch to Green HVAC Systems

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 1/22/2019

According to the US Dept. of Energy, Heating and cooling account for about 48% of the energy use in a typical U.S. home, making it the largest energy expense for most homes. So for many home and business owners, a move to green HVAC systems not only helps reduce the carbon footprint, but also reduce energy costs. Here are 3 reasons to switch to Green HVAC Systems:

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5 Signs it May Be Time to Upgrade Your HVAC System

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 7/6/2017

Faulty gas valves, burned-out fuse boxes, broken capacitors — these are just three of the reasons why you might need to repair your HVAC. Some problems, however, are just too big to fix. Here are five signs that it's time to replace your HVAC completely.
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5 Money Saving Heating Tips All Homeowners Should Know

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 1/14/2016

Heating is a major expense for homeowners living in cold climates. Use these heating tips from A. Borrelli specialists to cut your energy bill and keep your home cozy this winter.

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5 Things to Consider When Choosing an HVAC System

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 4/16/2015

Choosing an HVAC system for your home can be a daunting task. When you consider these five important factors as you do your research into the right products and services for you, you will make a wise decision.

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Don't Skip Your Pre-Winter Furnace Tune-Up

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 10/28/2013

With winter coming on, it's time to start thinking about turning on the old furnace, and that means that it's time for your furnace's annual inspection and tune-up. Just like people need an annual physical from their doctor, you need to have a professional clean and inspect your furnace at least once a year. There are a lot of good reasons to do this, but one big one is that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends it to prevent the buildup of carbon monoxide in your house, a buildup which can potentially prove deadly. The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that around 80 people die every year due to carbon monoxide poisoning caused by malfunctioning heating systems across the nation. Because carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless, it can build up to toxic levels before you're even aware that it's there. A furnace tune-up is a cheap and painless way to make sure that your family is safe this winter.
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