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Allergies and Your Furnace
Allergies and Your Furnace

Pollen isn't the only allergen known to cause flare-ups in allergy sufferers. If you're wheezing, coughing and sneezing and can't seem to figure out why, it could be due to your furnace. "Each fall, when people crank up their forced air heating systems for the first time of ...

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Blog posts in September, 2015

  • How to Save Energy This Fall

    It might not quite feel like fall yet here in the tri-state area, but rest assured cooler weather is headed our way. Don't let turning up the heat ...

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  • 3 Tips for Storing Window AC Units

    Summer's on its last legs, and you're probably using the A/C less and less. Have you put any thought into where you'll store your window units once ...

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  • Is Your Pilot Light Out?

    Unless you have a reliable pilot light in your furnace, you don't have a reliable source of heat. If your pilot light is out, it could be due to a ...

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  • Introducing Our New Commercial!

    Did you know that Rusk Heating & Cooling has been serving the tri-state area for 150 years? Today, fourth generation owner Steve Morrison is dedicated ...

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