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ENERGY TAX CREDITS

Federal Solar Tax Credit – Available through 2021 The U.S. government offers a Solar Tax Credit, 25D, for homeowners who purchase and install equipment that uses solar energy to generate electricity. What it covers Up to 9% of the total retail cost* of the Solar-Ready Heat Pump or Air Conditioner that’s at the heart of[...]
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TCOOL Services got A+ rating with BBB

TCOOL Services is proud to announce that we have been accredited A+ on BBB website, after they reviewed our profile regarding to experience, income, number of employees. years in business, services & financial, and some other factors. BBB has a long history of 107 years in rating, recommending or endorsing businesses in United States, Canada[...]
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Spring is here…

Are you ready for the warmer weather ? As temperatures rise, you want to make sure your air conditioner is in good working order.. Schedule spring preventative maintenance to ensure proper cooling system operation. A contractor can catch minor issues before they become big problems. But, your air conditioner is only one piece of the[...]
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Normal and Abnormal HVAC Noises

Concerned by the noises coming out of your heating and air conditioning equipment? There are some noises that can alert you to issues in your heating and cooling equipment while other noises are just a result of day-to-day operation. Sometimes, it can be hard to discern a normal noise from an abnormal noise. Make sure[...]
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When Is a Deal Too Good to Be True

If it sounds like an HVAC contractor is offering you a deal that is too good to be true, wait… & ask your self some questions. 1/ What brand name are they using? When it comes to heating and air conditioning equipment, quality is key. And, quality sometimes means paying a little more upfront. 2/[...]
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Small Energy-Saving Habits

Are you scared of your monthly utility bills? Here are some smaller things you can do to help lower/control your monthly utility expenses. 1. Turn off the lights when you aren’t in a room. 2. Lower or raise the temperature your thermostat is set at (depending on the season). 3. Keep all your vents and[...]
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