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24
Apr

10 Home Maintenance Tips for Spring

Prepare Your Home for the Spring Bloom After this year’s long, dark and unpredictable winter, spring’s bright sun and warm winds are a breath of fresh air. The only downside? All that sunshine spotlights your leaf-filled gutters, cracked sidewalks and the dead plants in last year’s flower beds. Dwight Barnett, a certified master inspector with the American Society of Home

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10
Apr

We Employ NATE Certified Technicians

Why Does ServiceMark Employ ONLY NATE Technicians? We are proud of the fact that ONLY NATE certified technicians (North American Technician Excellence) are employed by ServiceMark Heating Cooling & Plumbing. Technicians that have the NATE certification have gone through an intensive training and testing program that ensures that they are providing the very best in HVAC service to homes and

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15
Mar

Is Your AC System Poisoning Your Home?

You Could Be Compromising Your Health Mold and bacteria are probably spreading throughout your house right now. If you have central air conditioning, heat pump or any type of forced warm air heating or ventilating system (HVAC), inadequate air filtration could be allowing dangerous mold and bacteria strains inside your home’s living space. Fewer than 10% of residential forced air

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27
Feb

INTRODUCING THE AIR SCRUBBER PLUS

Our latest improvement to your home’s indoor air quality. Because your HVAC experts at ServiceMark Heating Cooling & Plumbing are constantly looking for ways to make your life better and improve your IAQ (Indoor Air Quality), we want to introduce our latest product designed to do just that. Now you and the entire family can breathe easy with the NEW

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13
Feb

How Do I Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

Your local HVAC experts at ServiceMark Heating Cooling & Plumbing are fully trained in the proper installation, maintenance and use of fossil fuel burning equipment that is essential for a safe home environment. Three directives to achieve carbon monoxide safety: 1. Use a qualified technician for the installation of your residential/commercial equipment. Fuel-burning equipment that is operated inside a building

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