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HVAC: Signs That You Need to Call a Professional

Have you ever said, “Maybe if I ignore it, it will just go away?”. This is sometimes a harmless attitude, but not when it comes to your HVAC system. These systems are vital to getting you through the winter cold and summer heat. A breakdown could be uncomfortable or...

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Indoor Air and Plants That Help Purify It

NASA and houseplants are a strange combination. However, in 1989, the space administration studied plants as a means of purifying the air in space stations. This groundbreaking study found that many plants are surprisingly effective in filtering indoor air toxins and...

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Filters that Can Improve Your Allergies this Year

It’s that time again. The sneezing, sore throat, watery-eye, runny nose season. Spring has sprung and so have your allergies, even when you’re indoors. An indoor air filter may be your answer. These are devices that can ease your symptoms and allow you to reclaim your...

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REME HALO® Whole Home In-duct Air Purifier

REME HALO® has been certified for electrical safety by Electrical Testing Laboratories (ETL), the largest Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) in the world. They are the only manufacturer of in-duct Pro-Active Air Purifiers that have received design validation from Underwriters Laboratories (UL). At Progressive Air Systems, we will be happy to efficiently and affordably install The REME HALO® system for you. Call us now for a breath of fresh air.

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Air Conditioning: Central Air vs. Window

Which is better - central air conditioning or window air conditioners? This question is often asked, but there isn't a one-size-fits-all answer. In part, it depends on where you live. If you live in Maine or Montana, you might only need a/c for two weeks a year. A...

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Carbon Monoxide: What to do if Your Detector Goes Off

Some household hazards are easy to detect and counteract: broken pipes, leaky faucets, malfunctioning air conditioners, and worn-out roofs. The most dangerous ones, by far, are carbon monoxide leaks. Since carbon monoxide (CO) is an imperceptible, highly toxic gas, it...

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Air Conditioning Mistakes

There’s a misconception that “if one is good, two are better.” If one slice of a 1,000-calorie caramel-fudge-butterscotch cake is good, two must be better. If having one credit card is good, two must be better. If having your air conditioning unit running is good,...

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