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5 Tips to Help Reduce Your AC Cost in the Summer

The summer months are here, and the heat is on here in North Carolina. As appliance usage surges in hot weather, power consumption rises. Air conditioners (AC) are one of the appliances that get the most significant use in the…

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4 Ways an Air Quality Control System Can Benefit Your Home

Have you ever given much thought about the airflow in your home? Airflow can control the particles in the air which can lead to the amount of dust that settles on your furniture and carpet. Air filtration controls how much…

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How to Give Your A/C a Break This Summer

Updated May 2022 Let’s face it, the summer months in North Carolina can be brutal, with temperatures rising into the high nineties, making for uncomfortable days and sleepless nights. It’s the kind of heat that has most of us retreating…

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Average Ductless AC Repair Cost in North Carolina?

Updated May 2022 In 1959, Mitsubishi invented the indoor/outdoor AC unit now used throughout the Western world. In order to fit air conditioning into compact Japanese homes, a new multi-room AC unit without bulky ducts or a massive central unit…

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5 Reasons Why A/C Tune-Ups Are Worth It

Updated May 2022 Investing in an AC tune-up costs money, but it’s worth it in the long run because: Tune-ups save you money in the long run Properly maintaining your system keeps your AC unit running efficiently Professional tune-ups increase…

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Tips on How to Get Your AC Ready for Summer

Updated May 2022 Summer is probably your favorite time of year, but it also presents some challenges for your air conditioner. In this article, you can find expert summer AC tips: How to get your AC ready for hot weather…

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A Hard Start Kit May Save an AC in Trouble

Most of the parts of an air conditioning system are essential for it to run. But if one part of an air conditioner deserves to be called the essential piece, it’s the compressor. This component is what allows the air conditioner to…

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Reasons to Get Rid of the Old Window ACs

Central air conditioning systems started to become common for residential buildings in the 1970s. But many homes in the Durham area still rely on window units to provide their summer cooling. We recommend you have these window units replaced, either…

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Is Your AC Losing Refrigerant? How to Tell

To create lower temperatures indoors, your air conditioner uses the circulation of refrigerant, a chemical compound that can easily change between liquid and gaseous forms. As the refrigerant evaporates in the indoor coil of the AC, it absorbs heat and…

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We’re Ready to Inspect and Tune-Up Your Air Conditioner

Let’s all say a big “Hello!” to the official first day of spring, which is this week! For HVAC technicians like us, spring has an important meaning—it’s the season of air conditioning maintenance! This is when we encourage all our…

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– Judith A. – Pittsboro, NC

“Bud Mathew responded to our call even though it was made during the weekend. Plumber came to the house, identified the problem, gave us a temporary fix and suggested we wait until Monday to fix it. (That saved us some...”

– Gloria C. – Carrboro, NC

“They replaced a number of parts in my old Maytag dryer. It has been very reliable for 26 years and I want to keep it rather than buy a new one. Works great now!”

– Jane S. – Chapel Hill, NC

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– Diana B. – Efland, NC

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– Jeffrey H. – Durham, NC

“They fixed my LG Front Load Washing Machine, which was leaking. They also helped me level it properly. They were on time, they provided clear estimates, they were professional, and they clearly explained every step of the process to me...”

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