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Ask Phil: Adapt To Seasonal Changes With Mini-Split Comfort and Savings

In New England, the seasons are anything but cut and dry. In recent memory, we’ve had 50-degree days in December, and I’ve still had on long pants and shirts in June. The transitions between seasons can make it difficult to achieve ideal comfort, especially when families are looking to save on heating costs. I [...]

Ask Phil: Adapt To Seasonal Changes With Mini-Split Comfort and Savings2019-01-29T22:04:31-04:00

Fall Furnace Prep

Summer is coming to an end and fall is around the corner. Gone are long days and coming are brisk nights. We love leaf piles, pumpkins, and apple picking. However, fall is more than just a beautiful and refreshing season. It can also get cold fast, and you’ll want to be prepared. We don’t [...]

Fall Furnace Prep2019-01-29T22:07:47-04:00

Ask Phil: How can I keep my air conditioner from breaking down this summer?

You’re right to think about the condition of your AC unit before it breaks down. Once the summer heat and humidity settle in, everyone is going to have their air conditioners running day and night, which puts a lot of stress on the machines. All the units that aren’t up to par are going [...]

Ask Phil: How can I keep my air conditioner from breaking down this summer?2019-01-29T22:08:33-04:00

Spring checklist for your home

It’s officially spring! Welcoming the spring season is an exciting time for all of us. We get to leave our windows open for some fresh air, escape our hibernation, and embrace the return of the sun we so graciously appreciate after only seeing its glare for a few months in the reflection of heaps [...]

Spring checklist for your home2019-02-13T12:03:39-04:00

AFUE Explained

Many CPS Heating & Cooling customers have shown curiosity about the efficiency of their current or future heating and/or cooling system so today we’ve chosen to write a brief post to explain the terminology and your efficiency options so you feel more confident and informed when speaking with your technician. First and foremost, it [...]

AFUE Explained2019-02-13T12:04:45-04:00
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