HVAC Emergencies & How to Spot Them

HVAC Emergencies HVAC units have become a staple in the U.S. household as climates fluctuate. The last thing that you want during a hot summer is to be plagued with an HVAC emergency. Knowing what to look for whenever you start your HVAC system can be the difference between a few hours or a few […]

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Why it is Important to Get an Estimate for Your AC Repairs

Estimates are important when you need to have your air conditioner repaired or replaced because you can ask questions and get answers.  You will get an estimate of what the job costs, but you can also get information that makes you have some peace of mind when hiring a company to do a job in […]

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Time for a New Air Conditioner

Sometimes it is hard to know when you should replace your air conditioner.  In Rhode Island, you may not need your AC all the time, but it is nice to have during the summer months.  There are some signs that you may notice, which are good indicators of needing a new AC. Your air conditioner […]

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How to Prepare Your Air Conditioning System for Spring and Summer

Many homeowners are excited for the arrival of spring and with it, warmer temperatures. The northeast U.S. experiences one of the most variable climates in the country, and Rhode Island property owners should know how to get their air conditioning systems ready for the summer. Evergreen Plumbing & Heating offers a full range of plumbing, […]

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Is Your AC Making Strange Noises?

Are you hearing strange noises coming from your AC unit? Modern air conditioners are impressively quiet. Today’s high-efficiency ACs employ sound dampening technology and two-stage compressors capable of keeping noise levels below 50 decibels. If you keep your AC well maintained, you should never be bothered by strange noises. If, however, you hear any unusual […]

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Programmable Thermostats – How to Get the Most Out of Yours

Programmable thermostats have been touted as an easy way to lower energy costs. In fact, most consumers believe that installing a programmable thermostat can save them as much as 10-30% on their energy costs. The Energy Information Administration has estimated that about 42% of home energy costs are consumed by heating and air conditioning and […]

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How to Keep Your Home Cooler this Summer

Residential heating and cooling system account for the majority of energy usage than any other system in the average American home. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, air conditioning systems consume over 40 percent of the total electricity produced in the U.S. during the summer months. Fortunately, there are a number of things you […]

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