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  • Springtime Allergies and Their Impact on Your Indoor Air Quality

    Many things can impact an individual’s allergy flare up. There are common allergens that a person is going to be allergic to regardless of the season. Some common allergens include mold, dust and dust mites, animal dander and some chemicals that are used in a home. Seasonal allergies are prevalent in the spring and the fall months. The height of allergy season is in the spring and summer when ...
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  • What are the Different Types of A/C Units?

    If there's one thing we have to thank modern technology for, it's air conditioning. Imagine living your life now without the sweet relief of indoor cooling. Most of us would go mad, especially living in the hottest parts of the country where it's not uncommon for summer temperatures to reach scorching new heights. If your AC just doesn't cut it anymore, you want to upgrade before Mr. Sun starts to ...
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  • Why Do I Have to Replace My Filter So Often?

    Your air filter is one of the most underappreciated parts of your heating and cooling system. You depend on it to filter out everything from foul odors to mold spores to pet hair, dust, dander, and so much more, and yet most people don’t pay nearly enough attention to their air filter. However, if you change your filter regularly, you’ve probably noticed that it doesn’t seem to take long before a ...
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  • The 72 Degrees Installation Guarantees

    Ever purchase an item only to realize a few days or weeks later that you made the wrong choice? Ever hire a service company to do work for you only to realize that the job didn’t quite meet your standards? If you fall into either of these categories, you’ve experienced a sense of remorse and at 72 Degrees Air Conditioning & Heating, it’s our goal to provide you with the exact opposite of that ...
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  • What to Do About Excessive Indoor Humidity

    Humidity is something Texans are no stranger to, especially during summer months. However, while there may not be much you can do about the humidity levels outside, excessive levels of humidity inside your home can actually be a problem. Humidity can cause a number of issues, including causing mold growth, preventing proper drying of things like clothes and towels, and even preventing you from ...
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  • When is the Busiest Time of Year for Heating Repairs?

    Is there anything worse than having a heating system that won’t seem to turn on when temperatures drop? Even if you prefer a cooler environment rather than being too warm, there comes a point where you’ll start to feel chilly and uncomfortable without any source of heat. What’s worse? If you can’t get a technician to come out and fix the problem for a few days or a few weeks. So, when is the ...
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  • Why Ductless Is the Perfect Choice for Older Homes

    Do you live in a historic or older home? If so, you’re probably well aware of some of the extra challenges and obstacles you have to overcome when it comes to outfitting the latest technology. You may find that you frequently need to run new wires in your walls, replace materials that have grown old and inefficient, and even make some large adjustments in order to retrofit your building with ...
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  • Why Is Annual Maintenance Important For My HVAC?

    Wouldn’t it be terrible if your heating or air conditioning system broke down without warning? Just think about how uncomfortable your home would be on a cool winter day or on a hot summer day. HVAC maintenance is something that you need to get at least once a year and there are several reasons why: Minimize the Chance of an Emergency Breakdown The last thing that you want is for your HVAC system ...
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  • Is Your HVAC System Affecting Your Indoor Air Quality?

    If you or a loved one have seasonal allergies or a chronic upper respiratory disease you understand how important it is to make sure that the quality of the air you are exposed to is as clean and clear of pollutants and allergens as possible. Even if you don't have any upper respiratory issues, it is equally essential for you to make sure you keep the air quality in your home at a healthy level. ...
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  • Duct Cleaning: Start the New Year Off with Clean, Efficient Indoor Air

    How do I keep clean air inside of my home in 2019? “New Year, New Me." This sentence is repeated by many on the 1st of January. One problem, it’s difficult to deliver on these promises, especially when our families, friends, and colleagues are concerned. Whether they want a better physique, a planned trip around the world or a drastic career change early in the new year, there’s a big chance many ...
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  • Three Life-Hacks to Make Your Air Conditioner Work Better

    In today’s technologically-advanced society, we’re always looking for ways to get our devices to do more. This not only gives us better value, but a better experience as we get even better abilities out of something that may not have initially been able to do it. Your air conditioner is one of these devices—with a few simple tips, you can implement some of these “life hacks” into your system and ...
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  • Is My Heating Problem an Emergency?

    It’s a freezing cold winter night and suddenly you wake up to your furnace making a loud screeching noise as well as the smell of something burning. Something has clearly gone wrong, there’s no question about it. After shutting your furnace down, you start to wonder if you’ll have to suffer through the cold for the remainder of the night. Pretty much any homeowner can tell you just how quickly ...
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  • What Is Duct Sealing & Is It Worth It?

    When your heating and air conditioning system is running inefficiently, the problem may not be with your units themselves, but rather with the ducts that you rely on to carry this treated air throughout your home. No matter how well your system is running, small holes, cracks, or air leaks in your ductwork cause that treated air to escape, preventing it from reaching the rooms you need it to. This ...
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  • Four Indoor Air Quality Hazards Common During Winter

    Winter is upon us, and while that may mean the start of the holiday season, it also means colder temperatures. While Texas may not be known for having some of the stiff, frigid winters that other northern states may be hit with each winter, it’s not uncommon for temperatures to regularly drop into the 40s or below. This means people everywhere will be flocking to the warmth inside and keeping ...
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  • The Important Difference Between a Heat Pump & Furnace

    Winter is nearly here, and for some people that means the need for a new heater for their home. Whether it’s a dying old unit or simply the desire for an energy-efficient solution that helps you save money, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Among these options, you’ll probably hear the terms “heat pump” and “furnace” tossed around. While many people believe these two are ...
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