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7 Important Things Your Home Inspection Doesn’t Cover

 |  Blog, General Home Care

A home inspection is a great way to take any of the unknowns out of the home buying equation. If the inspection comes back with major repairs needed,it could, rightly, scare you off. Knowledge is key! An Arizona home inspection also helps sellers who won’t repair items adjust their asking price accordingly. Many issues aren’t part of a typical home inspection,

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Why Do I Have to Change the Filters in My HVAC System?

 |  Air Conditioning, Blog

Many people don’t believe something as simple as changing air filters can have much impact … that is, until they start to replace them on a regular basis. Doing so has an effect on utility costs, air quality, and keeping a house cooler in the summer or warmer in the winter. The filters in your home’s HVAC system are incredibly

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Why a Well Insulated Home is Smart for Arizona Homeowners

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When the Arizona summer temperatures top out over 100 degrees on a regular basis, it‘s absolutely essential that your home be insulated for top-quality air efficiency. Without quality home insulation, air leaks can cost AZ homeowners hundreds of dollars a year through lost cooling. In fact, because of high utility bills, Arizona residents often search for ways to reduce air

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Are High Efficiency Air Conditioners Worth It?

 |  Air Conditioning, Blog

New high-tech refrigerators have transformed our kitchens, with their digital displays, lower energy use, and high tech automated touches. Now the air conditioner in your home is looking at a similar makeover.These high efficiency air conditioners offer homeowners smaller monthly bills, better protection against outdoor air particulates, and run more smoothly all summer long. The US Department of Energy estimates