June 20, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

In our business, we speak with homeowners every single day about their home comfort options and concerns. We really enjoy helping local residents find heating and cooling solutions that fit their unique needs and budget. That’s why we’ve decided to start our new blog to provide Minnesotans in the Twin Cities area with expert advice on HVAC issues plus the latest information on new energy-efficient products.

Ever wonder why your home is cold in some rooms and hot in others? Or why your energy bills seem too high? Are you concerned about carbon monoxide and other contaminants in your indoor air? We can help answer these and many other questions. Over the next few months, we’ll talk about a variety of HVAC topics, including:

  • Tax credits – There are some excellent federal credits this year for energy-efficient home improvements. We’ll give you all the details.
  • NATE – When you see the NATE logo, you know the shop has well-trained and certified HVAC technicians. We’ll explain.
  • Preventive maintenance – Keep your home comfort system in top shape with these tips.
  • Improving indoor air quality – Your IAQ is important to your family’s health and comfort. Learn more here.
  • And, of course, many more.

We’ve been in business for more than 37 years, and have a lot of experience with all aspects of home comfort. In our opinion, the best way for homeowners to stay comfortable, avoid costly repairs and reduce energy bills is to learn how to choose and maintain their systems so that they get the best performance possible, for the longest time.

A well-maintained system can save you as much as 30 percent in energy costs each year! Other factors, including proper sizing and installation of equipment can also save you significant money on operating and maintenance of your system. If you’d like to know more about your HVAC system, visit us here each week to find information that will help you take care of the equipment that takes care of you every day. You can also check out the Marsh Heating and Air Conditioning website for more information.

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