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Is A Ductless Split System Right For Me?

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Is A Ductless Split System Right For Me-Cool Blew HeatingDuctless split systems have been around for a while but this type of system has recently been gaining in popularity.

Both traditional centralized systems and ductless split systems have their advantages. The appropriate choice depends on the circumstances and needs of each homeowner.

Here are a few questions to help determine if a ductless split system is right for you.

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Is Purchasing Solar Energy Panels Worth It?

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Is Solar Energy Worth It-Solar Panel Installation In Peoria-CoolBlewSolar panels can provide your home with energy for a very long time and are virtually maintenance-free. Provided the sun continues to shine, photovoltaic modules can provide power for decades. A solar power system consists of not only solar panels, but also batteries, regulators and inverters. The cost of these items and configuring the system can seem high, but the return you can see on your investment and the money you can save in the long run can definitely be worth it.

Fortunately, there are also programs designed to make the process of paying for and installing solar power systems easier for the average person. They include: Continue reading

What Rebates And Incentives Are Available For Solar Energy?

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Rebates And Incentives Available For Solar Energy-CoolBlew.comIn order to encourage people to switch to solar energy from conventional energy sources, the government offers solar energy incentives and rebates.

Learn the different rebates and incentives that are available for solar energy now and see how Cool Blew Inc.’s Phoenix AZ solar equipment installation and services can help you both save money and live cleaner!

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What’s The Difference Between Electronic And Manual Controls On A Thermostat?

If you have ever considered making modifications to your HVAC system as a way to save money, you have probably been told to invest in a newer thermostat. Years ago, the choice of thermostat was simple, the only option you had was a manual thermostat. Now, you can choose from a variety of thermostats that can make the average person’s head spin.

Electronic Thermostat vs. Manual Thermostat Controls - Cool Blew AZ

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Can AC Installation Be Done At Any Time Of Year?

Can AC Installation Be Done At Any Time Of Year

Many people are under the impression that an AC unit can only be installed during the warm months of spring and summer. This is not the case. In fact, having your new unit installed in the colder months has a number of benefits.

If you are considering having a new AC installed this year, learn the benefits of scheduling your AC installation during the colder months.

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Why Should I Purchase An HVAC Service Agreement?

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Benefits Of An HVAC Service Agreement - CoolBlew.comIf you have ever had your air conditioning unit serviced or replaced, you have probably been offered an HVAC service agreement. You may have wondered whether such a service agreement is truly beneficial to you.

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Making Sense Of AC Repair Costs

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Making Sense Of AC Repair Costs

Air conditioning is an essential part of many American homes. The EIA estimates that 68% of homes in the U.S. have central air, and that nearly 40% of those homes in the Western U.S. use that air conditioning all year. Though the attention of many has turned to greener options for heating and cooling, air conditioners are still the most common climate control methods in the U.S. Continue reading