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Spring Plumbing Tips

Posted On: March 4, 2021

Winter can be harsh, some seasons harsher than others, but after a long, cold winter, it’s a good practice to check in on your home’s plumbing system and see how it survived!  This will also help prepare your plumbing for the wet spring and hot summer months ahead. Short Pump Heating & Air wanted to…

Do I really need preventive maintenance for my system?

Posted On: March 4, 2021

While air conditioners are developed and tested to run reliably for years, an annual AC tune-up can be the key to keeping your HVAC system running at peak performance and helping to improve its life expectancy. Ignoring routine system maintenance can cause higher utility bills and reduced comfort. Even worse, it can make system components…

What Temperature Should I Set My Thermostat?

Posted On: January 27, 2021

Are you wondering where you should set your thermostat? You are not alone! Temperature setting will always be a balance between comfort and energy efficiency. Your thermostat settings not only affect your comfort, but they can have a big impact on your utility bills as well. While the ideal thermostat setting for your home is…

The Benefits of Installing an Air Purifier

Posted On: January 27, 2021

As clean as you may keep your home, most people are surprised to learn that the air in their home can actually be up to 10 times worse than the air outside. There are many reasons your home’s air can be polluted far worse than you realize, and for those sensitive to issues caused by…

The 4 Most Common Winter Plumbing Issues Homeowners Face

Posted On: January 6, 2021

With the freezing temperatures and snowy, wet weather, winter can be quite tough on a home’s plumbing system. While plumbers and service contractors are all too familiar with these types of issues, Short Pump Heating & Air wanted to share the most common problems homeowners face, so our customers can know what to look out…

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