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Safety

13
Feb

How Do I Prevent Carbon Monoxide? 3 Important Considerations

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. Let’s review the main three directives to achieve this safety: 1. Use a qualified technician for the installation of your residential/commercial equipment. Fuel-burning equipment that is operated

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23
Jan

Carbon Monoxide – Ten Things to Look For!

Every day millions of homes and businesses use fossil fuels for heating, hot water, cooking and other important functions. Fuel-burning equipment that’s in good condition and operates properly helps our community’s quality of life. Common fossil fuels include oil, natural gas, propane, kerosene, gasoline, wood and charcoal. But what happens when these fuels are not operating properly or efficiently? When

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13
Jun

12 Common Sense Tips for Staying Cool This Summer

Here at ServiceMark Heating Cooling & Plumbing, we strive to maintain, repair and replace faulty and inefficient home air conditioning systems. This helps us, and you, the homeowner, to avoid costly and bothersome service calls. We always try to provide FAST SERVICE in an emergency, but sometimes, especially during a HEAT WAVE when older systems tend to break down, we

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23
Feb

What is Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and What Does It Mean to my Home and Family?

When we think of air pollution, we usually think of the outside aspects of the air, such as smog, ozone, automobile emissions or heavy haze, especially in summer. The fact is, the air that our family breathes inside our homes, offices, and other buildings is many times more polluted than the air outside. The main sources of poor indoor air

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22
Feb

17 Winter Home Maintenance Tips Every Family Should Know

Winter is finally here in full-force and the ServiceMark Heating Cooling & Plumbing team has assembled a common sense list of proper Home Maintenance items for your review. See how many you’ve completed and how well your family and home is prepared for the frigid winter weather. Your Heating System If you haven’t already, have a licensed HVAC contractor perform

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