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Conservation Tips from your HVAC Allentown PA Expert

Posted on: June 13th, 2012 by rfohlAdmin
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Tips-for-HVAC-Allentown-PAHVAC Allentown PA contractors understand that the economy is tough right now.  Fuel prices are high and people are looking for ways to conserve energy.  So where do you turn to find those ways?  Your HVAC Allentown PA expert, R.F. Ohl Heating Oil and Propane.

HVAC Allentown PA – Helpful Tips

We’ve come up with some tips that you can use throughout the year that are simple and easy to implement, which will help you save on home heating costs and electricity.

So in no particular order, here they are: Continue Reading

Air Conditioning Contractor Allentown PA Provides 6 Ways To Save Energy This Summer

Posted on: June 9th, 2012 by rfohlAdmin
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Air Conditioning Contractor Allentown PAAir Conditioning Contractor Allentown PA comes across many cost saving techniques when it comes to air conditioning costs savings. When the colder months are near, you can find a myriad of ways to conserve energy.  But what about in those warmer months of Spring and Summer?  Well search no more.  This article discusses 6 ways from an air conditioning contractor Allentown PA that you may not have thought of to start saving some extra green in the warmer weather.

Spend more cooking time with your grill and your microwave

People love cooking outdoors.  It brings people together.  It also avoids heating up your kitchen which could cause your air conditioning to kick on when it’s not really needed.  Using your microwave to cook instead of your stove may not be perfect for every meal, but microwaves use up to two-thirds less energy than your range, cooks faster, and produces substantially less heat. Continue Reading

Spring Maintenance Tips For HVAC Lehighton

Posted on: May 1st, 2012 by rfohlAdmin
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spring tips for HVAC Lehighton PA

As the winter snow melts, it is important that you look at spring maintenance tips for HVAC Lehighton. There are so many things that can go wrong during the winter months. Making sure that your heating and cooling components are working properly for the summer should be one of the first things that you do. It is more than possible for something to go wrong even when you are not using the air conditioner, and the last thing that you want is to turn it on only to discover that you have no cool air circulating through your home as the outside temperatures start to increase. The professionals at R.F. Ohl can help service your HVAC system or, if you are handy and a DIY’er, you can implement the tips in this article. Continue Reading