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  • Does leaf buildup cause drain line problems?

    Does leaf buildup cause drain line problems?

    New England is known for its beautiful fall leaves, but if they are left unattended and then buildup around your outdoor HVAC unit, it can affect your system’s efficiency and longevity. Clogged drain lines can lead to a host of problems that many home or business owners aren’t aware of. However, these issues are easily…

  • Understanding SEER Ratings

    Understanding SEER Ratings

    SEER ratings inform consumers about energy efficiency, a pivotal factor in selecting an air conditioning system for a home or workspace. Efficient systems are the best way to lower your energy bill, and with an escalating emphasis on sustainable and ecologically friendly solutions, an understanding of SEER ratings is imperative. This blog aims to delve…

  • Does a new HVAC system impact the resale value of my home?

    Does a new HVAC system impact the resale value of my home?

    In the ever-shifting world of real estate, it can be challenging for homeowners to identify worthy investments that will increase their property’s value. While numerous factors contribute to a home’s allure, one often underestimated element that can significantly elevate resale value is the installation of a new HVAC unit. Beyond comfort, an advanced heating and/or…

  • Why is my HVAC blower so loud?

    Why is my HVAC blower so loud?

    If you have noticed that your HVAC blower is making an unusual noise, you might feel concerned that this bothersome and disruptive racket could indicate a more serious problem. Fortunately, a loud HVAC blower is usually a simple fix. Nevertheless, you should consider contacting a service technician to ensure the issue isn’t a safety hazard.…

  • Does Thermostat Placement Matter?

    Does Thermostat Placement Matter?

    When temperature inconsistencies occur in your home, it is a common mistake to assume that the culprit is either a faulty HVAC system or a thermostat malfunction. An often overlooked, but important component to helping your heating and cooling system maintain an ideal indoor climate is the placement of your thermostat. Thermostat placement might seem…

  • What is the Optimal Temperature to Set Your Heat in Winter?

    What is the Optimal Temperature to Set Your Heat in Winter?

    If you have ever shared space in your home or in an office, you know the ideal temperature can vary from person to person. Finding the optimal heat temperature for overall comfort, while being mindful of energy usage and those sharing the space, can take some time. While fall offers some respite from skyrocketing AC…

  • Heat Pumps for Massachusetts Homeowners

    Heat Pumps for Massachusetts Homeowners

    For Massachusetts homeowners, choosing to install a heat pump system can save significant amounts of money while drastically lowering your carbon footprint. With recent incentives put in place, the popularity of heat pumps has risen sharply. What are the Incentives? If you are a Massachusetts resident, you can benefit from tremendous rebates provided by MassSave.…

  • How to Replace Your Vent Covers

    How to Replace Your Vent Covers

    Whether your vent covers are old, painted over, worn down, or you simply want an upgrade for better aesthetics. The right vent cover can provide the highest level of airflow, which is essential to both energy efficiency and temperature control. The appearance of the right vent cover can significantly improve the appearance of any room…

  • Should I Get an Air Quality Test on My Home?

    Should I Get an Air Quality Test on My Home?

    Pierce Refrigeration discusses the importance of testing the indoor quality in your home.

  • How Can Buying a New Furnace Save You Money?

    How Can Buying a New Furnace Save You Money?

    Most furnaces last between 20 and 30 years, meaning your furnace will ultimately need replacing at some point despite regular maintenance and tune-ups.

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