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My community newspaper runs Q & A articles each month that include consumer interest topics from, for example, the auto and HVAC industries as well as home improvement. The questions range from car fuel efficiency to how to lay tile in a kitchen. I’ve learned a lot from each of the articles, especially from those pertaining to heating, ventilation, and A/C. There are answer basic questions such as – “What does HVAC stand for (heating, ventilation and air conditioning)?” And they answer more in-depth questions such as – “How does our heating and A/C system flow through our house?” (A fan draws indoor air through vents called return grills located throughout your home. The air travels through ducts that run to your system’s air handler, where it is returned into the conditioned space through supply vents or registers in your walls, ceilings, or floors.) I especially loved their recent answer to the question – “We are replacing our A/C…what advice can you provide?” The answer had multiple parts, including the expected life of an A/C system (15 to 20 years) and how to choose the an HVAC company. It was recommended that consumers should not only shop for price, although that is often the only thing for which they shop. People should find out what the reputation of the supplier is regarding quality work and customer service. In fact, the article stated that the name brand of the unit isn’t as important as the installing company. They added – “Do your homework, identify quality companies, and find someone you trust and you will experience a successful installation that will bring you years of comfort.” I could clearly see their point. (5 mins)

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