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Six Common Misconceptions About Heating, Cooling & Comfort
Six Common Misconceptions About Heating, Cooling & Comfort

Have you ever heard the expression “Disappointed, but not surprised?” That’s exactly how I felt gazing up at what I saw in the crawlspace under a house I recently serviced. After 19+ years of doing this, sometimes four times a day, it’s become rather normal to find strange, ...

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