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Blog Posts in October, 2017

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  • Soon It Will Be Winter in Pinehurst. Winterize Your Home.
    Soon It Will Be Winter in Pinehurst. Winterize Your Home.

    You may have appreciated the cool air your home comfort system provided this summer, but it won’t be welcome when cold winter weather comes knocking at your door. Don’t invite cold air inside, and ...

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  • For A Minimal Investment, Sealing Ductwork Greatly Improves Energy Costs
    For A Minimal Investment, Sealing Ductwork Greatly Improves Energy Costs

    The typical home loses about 20 percent of heating and cooling air through leaky ducts. Sealing ductwork may be low-cost, high-return investment that will keep you more comfortable in all seasons and ...

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  • HSPF: Evaluate These Ratings When You're Going To A Heat-Pump System
    HSPF: Evaluate These Ratings When You're Going To A Heat-Pump System

    Looking to buy a new heat-pump system for your home? If so, we’ve got your number – your HSPF number, that is. HSPF, or Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, is a little number that can save you big on ...

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  • And to All a Good Night-Electrical Safety for the Holidays
    And to All a Good Night-Electrical Safety for the Holidays

    Plug It All Together for a Safe Season The holidays are a very special time of year. People are merrier, families come together and homes look better than ever! When you choose Blanton’s for heating ...

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  • Why is my furnace leaking water?
    Why is my furnace leaking water?

    The liquid leaking from your HVAC furnace is usually water, which your system removed from the air while cooling. Whether the issue can be resolved by you, the homeowner, or might require a call to ...

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  • Whole-Home Dehumidification: Two Factors To Keep In Mind
    Whole-Home Dehumidification: Two Factors To Keep In Mind

    Simple tasks you complete in your home – from cooking and showering to washing and even breathing – create moisture in the air. This coupled with the naturally humid air of North Carolina leads to a ...

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