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HVAC Tips for Your Pet During Extreme Weather

As a responsible pet owner, it’s important to ensure the safety of your furry friends in your home. Whether you have a dog, cat, or any other animal, it’s crucial to be aware of any potential hazards that your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems

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Frozen AC Coil: FAQ

A common problem that many people experience with their air conditioning system is that their AC coil may freeze up. A frozen AC coil can cause a number of issues with your HVAC equipment, not to mention potential water damage. And of course, your system won’t be

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End-Of-Summer AC Maintenance

August is nearly over, and for families in Elgin, that means it’s back-to-school time once again. It also means that the end of summer will soon be here, and at G&R Heating and Air, we want to make sure that you and your family are

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Adding Air Conditioning To Your Home

Living without air conditioning can seem foreign to some, but if you’ve ever owned a house that didn’t have central AC, then you likely figured out how to keep cool during the summer. At G&R Heating and Air, we know that the warmer months can

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Three Common Air Conditioning Questions

At G&R Heating and Air, we’re always happy to answer any questions you have when it comes to your air conditioning. Once summer arrives in Schaumburg, you want to know that your AC is going to work throughout the season. If you do have cooling

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Enjoy Better Cooling Efficiency This Summer

As warmer weather arrives in Naperville, you may open the windows and let in some fresh air. However, once it reaches a certain temperature, you’re going to want to shut the windows and turn on the air conditioner. Once you do that, the inside of

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Install Your New AC Before Summer!

Spring is almost here, and for those in Elgin, that means warmer temperatures will replace those cold, snowy days. You might leave your furnace on for a few more weeks, but soon enough, you’ll be running the air conditioner in order to keep your home

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