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Kerry’s HVAC Blog

Suffering from Seasonal Allergies? Here’s How to Improve Your IAQ.

May 1, 2024

Once spring has sprung, most people enjoy the warmer temperatures, sunnier days, and vibrant landscapes filled with blossoms and blooms. But for people with allergies, asthma, or other respiratory conditions, spring can mean sniffling, sneezing, and discomfort. While there isn’t much we can do about pollen and other allergens outside, fortunately, there are ways we… Continue Reading

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5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Ductless This Spring

May 1, 2024

Once spring arrives on Long Island, people start to think about ways to improve their homes. For people with bonus rooms and converted spaces in their primary residence, or for those with summer homes, cooling those areas is a priority. However, those areas may not have ductwork, and in that instance, cooling may seem like… Continue Reading

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Warmer Weather is Coming… Is Your AC System Ready?

March 27, 2024

Once the spring season arrives on Long Island, we can start to look forward to warmer outdoor temperatures. That means you may start to think about your air conditioning system, and if it’s ready for the season ahead. One of the best ways to make sure your AC system will be prepared to keep your… Continue Reading

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Show Your Family Some Love with Cleaner Indoor Air

February 1, 2024

It’s February, which means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and love is in the air. Unfortunately, during the winter months, our homes are often closed off to the fresh outdoor air – which can mean dust, pet dander, and other particles are also in the air. The good news is that there are… Continue Reading

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How Do I Know if My Heating System Needs Repair?

January 2, 2024

Now that Old Man Winter has arrived on Long Island, you probably have needed to use your heating system to stay warm and comfortable. If your home isn’t as comfortable as you’d like, though, your heating system could use a check-up. Often, heating systems don’t just stop working altogether – there are indications that they… Continue Reading

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Don’t Let Your Boiler Be the Grinch This Holiday Season

November 28, 2023

Once the holidays arrive, our thoughts turn to good times with family and friends, both near and far. We look forward to twinkling lights, giving gifts, food, and celebrations. When we have loved ones gathered in our homes, the last thing we want to think about is our heating system failing. For many people with… Continue Reading

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What to Expect from a Full-Service Heating Contractor

October 31, 2023

Now that the cooler weather has arrived, homeowners have turned their thoughts to keeping their homes warm and cozy. Whether they own a furnace, boiler, or heat pump system, they want to know that they can rely on their heating contractor to meet their needs, from annual maintenance and repairs to system replacement. A reliable… Continue Reading

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Feel Better This Fall with Improved Indoor Air Quality

October 2, 2023

Fall is here, and with it comes all the wonderful things that the season brings – changing leaves, colorful home decorations, and yes, pumpkin spice everything. Unfortunately, the fall season can also bring along seasonal allergies and viruses, both of which can leave you feeling sniffly and sneezy. The good news is that there are… Continue Reading

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Why Choose a Heat Pump for My Home?

September 5, 2023

Have you been thinking about replacing an old home comfort system, but are interested in newer technology and higher energy efficiency? Then it might be time for you to consider a heat pump system. While heat pumps have been around for a while, many people in the Northeastern part of the country are just learning… Continue Reading

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Air Quality Warning? We Can Help You Breathe Easier.

August 1, 2023

This summer, we have seen many days where the outdoor air quality is poor due to the wildfires in Canada. Just when it seems like we’re in the clear, the fires ramp up again bringing hazy smoke to Long Island. Many people wonder what they can do to stay safe during the wildfires, and aren’t… Continue Reading

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