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Heating & Cooling Repair Gorham ME

Heating and cooling units are hardworking, durable machinery, but still need regular maintenance and even repairs from time to time. Always enlist the help of a professional for any heating or cooling repairs, as they deal with delicate and sometimes dangerous equipment. Check below for heating and cooling repair listings and information.

Gelinas Hvac Services, Inc
(207) 885-0771
2 Washington Ave
Scarborough, ME

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Gelinas HVAC Services Inc
(207) 885-0771
2 Washington Ave
Scarborough , ME
 
Heating Solutions
(207) 727-5666
532 Plains Rd
Hollis Ctr, ME

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Maine Solar Energy
(207) 232-6595
142 Presumpscot Street
Portland, ME
Services
Solar electricity, Solar hot water, Estimates and Installation

Jim Godbout Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
(207) 283-1200
48 Elm Street
Biddeford, ME
Services
Geothermal Heating & Cooling, Heat Pumps, Heating Contractors, Heating Specialties, Plumbing Contractors-Residential & Commercial, Solar Energy Equipment & Systems-Dealers

Maineheat
(207) 284-6257
91 Bradley Street
Saco, ME

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Byrnes Heating
(207) 450-0215
PO Box 1358
Scarborough, ME

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Steamatic of Greater Portland, Inc.
(866) 759-1077
4 Hemlock Lane
Gray, ME
 
Gagnon Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc.
(207) 647-8782
14 Seymour Drive
Bridgton, ME
Services
Geo Thermal systems, Solar Thermal, Maintenance, Cost Estimates, Snow Melt, Radiant Heat, HVAC
Membership Organizations
US Green Building Council - Maine Chapter

Alpha Water Systems LLC
(207) 838-3445
591 Anderson road
Sebago, ME
Services
Geothermal Heating Systems, Drilled Wells, Water Filtration and Treatment, Well Pump Service

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How Best to Heat and Cool Your Home

Energy Efficiency a Hot Seller
for Furnaces, Air Conditioners

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topic: home heating and cooling
by Allison B

Keeping Your Home "Just Right"

Heating and cooling systems --also called HVAC systems--have come a long way in recent years. Advances in HVAC system design have produced many furnaces, air conditioners and humidifiers that can save energy and improve air quality. These advances can help lower energy bills and create a more comfortable environment.

Advanced Energy Efficiency

If you're looking to replace a furnace or other HVAC systems, look for one with a high efficiency rating. Many furnaces have energy efficiency ratings of 92 to 94 percent, a far cry from the 78 to 80 percent efficiency models common 10 years ago.  There also are furnaces with advanced HVAC controls, such as built in humidifiers and air cleaners to improve the air moving through the home.

Many of these products fall under the government's Energy Star rating system, meaning they meet strict guidelines for energy efficiency. Energy Star air conditioners, for example, can help reduce energy costs by 30 percent when compared with models used 10 to 15 years ago.

The Importance of Air Flow

As you shop for HVAC systems, also pay attention to how duct work is connected, as any leaks in the ducts can affect the air moving through the system. Also consider any home repairs that can help boost energy efficiency--caulking, ...

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