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10 Myths About Your HVAC System: BUSTED!

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Homeowners, for one reason or another, seem to hold onto common myths about HVAC systems, maintenance, and energy efficiency. These myths could be affecting the lifespan of your home’s HVAC system – and your monthly energy bills as well. Sharp Air Conditioning is here to bust those HVAC system myths and save you money and [...]

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How Can Humidity Be Added to The Home Air?

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In a dry and hot climate, humidity helps maintain a comfortable temperature. Although humidity often receives a bad rap for frizzing hair and making hot temperatures feel hotter, humidity has its place. The best HVAC systems help to regulate the humidity inside the home during every season in Arizona. While too high of humidity results [...]

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10 Plants That Improve Indoor Air Quality: Part Two

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When we head off into the mountains, forests, and parks to get back into nature, we know that we can count on the fresh smell of trees and plants to invigorate us and fill our lungs with clean, crisp air. There is no reason why you can’t experience the same level of outdoor freshness in [...]

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10 Plants That Improve Indoor Air Quality: Part One

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It’s an unfortunate truth that we seldom think about the air circulating through our homes every day and how important it is to your family to have that air be as healthy as possible. Once you experience the benefits of professionally clean indoor air quality, however, you will wonder how you ever lived without the [...]

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Clean Air Filters: More Important Than You Think in Arizona

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Your HVAC system may be out of sight, tucked away in your ceilings and walls and inside small closets, but it is truly a major part of the health of your home. Imagine you walked into a room filled with smoke, dust, and mildew. You would likely try to hold your breath to not fill [...]

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Be nice to your unit! Easy Do-it-Yourself HVAC Maintenance Tips

We all do it, no matter how often we are reminded not to. For a myriad of reasons, from cost to lack of time, homeowners wait until after something breaks before they call a professional to their home to tackle a repair. While this approach may make sense for some major home appliances like your [...]

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Beat the Heat: Animal-Style

Too hot outside to comfortably recline in your poolside lounge chair while sipping your icy margarita from a chilled glass? It’s okay – you get to go inside to your perfectly air conditioned house and cool off to your heart’s content! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be unable to enjoy [...]

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Should You Have an Air Purifier In Your Home or Office?

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A sniffle here. A sneeze attack there. A sore throat, low-grade fever, and a red rose sore from wiping later, and those seasonal allergies will turn your beautiful springtime from delightful to dreadful. Though Arizona, once upon a time, used to be a refuge for allergy sufferers, today this desert landscape and all its greenery [...]

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Cooling Off: The History of Air Conditioning

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Long before the days of zoned temperature controls designed to give each room your home a distinct and unique comfort level, people all around the world would dream of days when the cool air would fill their homes, jobs, and favorite hangouts. Whether you were the wealthiest person or the poorest farmer in your state, [...]

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Choosing the Right Programmable Thermostat for the Southern Arizona Heat

There are a whole lot of things to love about living in Southern Arizona, but no matter how much you sell the perfect Phoenix life to your friends who live out of state, one thing that non-locals can’t wrap their heads around is how we can live in such a hot climate. As I’ve explained [...]

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