The Blanton’s Blog

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We want your space to feel just as comfy as we left it. Using our blog as a guide, you can keep your home or business fully comfortable between service visits. Check out our latest posts and check back regularly for new features!

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Abe Lincoln May Have Read by Candlelight; You Don’t Need To! During February, many school students are knee-deep in...

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They Can Damage Your HVAC System—and Budget, Too Because they’re tucked away in your walls and your floors, it’s...

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Get in Your Comfort Zone Certain things are one size fits all, but when it comes to comfort one...

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A Gift Today, Tomorrow and Every Day The decorations are hung, the food is prepared and the house is...

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Plug It All Together for a Safe Season The holidays are a very special time of year. People are...

15 September / No comments

The Essentials for a Smooth Season Summer went by in a breeze! Temperatures are about to cool down and...

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The Better They Feel, the Better They’ll Do Time to sharpen the pencils and label the folders: School is...

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Take Charge With These Best Practices Summer is a time to let loose and have fun. After all, who...

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“Water” the Differences? Paper or plastic? Chocolate or vanilla? Septic or sewer? OK, so you might not get asked...

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A Smart Call Now Prevents That Emergency Call Later Vacations, barbecues, pool parties. It’s no wonder people look forward...

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Make the Right Call With Your Cooling System Hot or cold? Paper or plastic? Chocolate or vanilla? There are...

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Make the Right Call With Our HVAC Experts You’re having a problem with your air conditioner and you’ve called...

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