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Summer Electrical Problems You May Encounter

Posted On: May 31, 2022

Summer is approaching and temps are climbing! With summer, comes some electrical challenges for any homeowner due to the enormous amounts of electricity needed during summer. For some homes, the hotter the summer, the more electricity consumption rises. Short Pump Heating & Air wanted to list out a few of the most common electrical troubles…

Air Conditioning Coil Cleaning

Posted On: May 31, 2022

Nothing is quite as refreshing as stepping into a cool, comfortable home on a hot, humid summer day. It’s a sensation we’ve enjoyed since 1902, when modern air conditioning was invented by Willis Carrier. For most people, it’s hard to imagine life without it. However, like many other mechanical devices, air conditioners require basic cleaning…

4 Ways To Prepare Your Plumbing in Springtime

Posted On: May 20, 2022

With spring in full swing, there’s still time to prepare your plumbing system for the change of temperatures and seasons. Believe it or not, there are many ways to prepare your plumbing for summer, and Short Pump Heating & Air is happy to share a few things you should cross off your to-do list this…

Air Purifiers for Allergies

Posted On: May 20, 2022

Indoor air quality is getting a lot of attention these days, and for good reason. According to the EPA, levels of pollutants in indoor air can be two to five times higher than outdoor air. Unfortunately, inside exposure to pet dander, dust mites, and other airborne particulate matter can trigger allergy and asthma symptoms. That’s…

What Is Stale Air and How Do You Get Rid of It?

Posted On: April 11, 2022

Stale air is indoor air that hasn’t had enough fresh air circulating through it. Most people notice stale air because the pent-up pollutants have an unpleasant smell or make a room feel stuffy. Stale air is uncomfortable at low levels, but it can become unhealthy at higher levels. Breathing unhealthy levels of stale air can…

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