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Tips for Improving the Indoor Air Quality in Your Home

Precision Air & Plumbing July 22, 2017

Your home is ripe with mold spores, pollen, dust mites, and other irritating allergens. Breathe easy with the following tips on indoor air quality from Precision Air and Heating. Control Humidity run bathroom fans for 15 minutes after showers empty and clean evaporator trays in dehumidifiers and AC units check your central AC drain for […]

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What Does it Take to Become an HVAC Tech?

Precision Air & Plumbing July 16, 2017

Becoming a professional Phoenix HVAC technician takes a lot of hard work and dedication. You must meet a long list of requirements and undergo extensive training in order to adequately handle a host of Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning issues. Basic Requirements HVAC training hopefuls must have graduated high school with passing grades in Chemistry, […]

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Are New Thermostats Worth the Investment?

Precision Air & Plumbing June 25, 2017

If you’re looking to save money on heating your home this winter, a new thermostat could be the answer. Even if your existing thermostat functions adequately, a newer model with innovative features could save you money all year long. Here are some helpful tips on thermostats from the heating and AC service experts at Precision […]

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Furnace Air Filter Tips

Precision Air & Plumbing June 19, 2017

Air filtration is essential for your home’s comfort and health, but how do you know when it’s time to change your filter? Or which filter is really the best? Here are a few handy furnace air filter tips from the heating system repair experts at Precision Air and Heating: How often you change your filter […]

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Preventing Carbon Monoxide Problems

Precision Air & Plumbing June 15, 2017

Carbon monoxide is a silent killer– it seeps into homes with no smell or warning and can kill a person in minutes. Appliances and other household devices that generate combustion fumes are the main producers of carbon monoxide. When used properly, these appliances have no negative effect on your daily life. If used incorrectly, however, […]

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