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How a Broken Furnace Can Cause Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas that, if inhaled, can be deadly. Read More

What to Do When Your Pilot Light Is Out?

Is Your Pilot Light Out? Read More

Signs You Need a New Thermostat

If it looks like your thermostat has gone bad, contact the experts at Rusk Heating and Cooling. Call and get an estimate on a new digital programmable thermostat and stay cozy all winter long. Read More

What Are Common Furnace Problems?

Our technicians are highly trained and skilled to handle the products and services we provide. We will work hard to perform any repairs that we can on a system that isn't operating, but if we cannot repair it, we have a wide variety of makes and models for you to choose from. Read More

3 Reasons Not to Buy a Used Furnace

Purchasing a used furnace is a huge gamble. Read More

What Is Geothermal Heating?

Geothermal renewable energy draws upon the Earth's consistent temperature and uses that energy to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. Learn more about the process! Read More

Why Is My AC Unit Freezing Up in Summer?

When an air conditioner freezes the best possible solution is to call a professional. Rusk Heating & Cooling are experts at repairing air conditioning units. Do not suffer in the heat. Pick up the phone or visit https://www.docrusk.com/ as soon as possible. Read More

How to Save Electricity With Your Air Conditioner

These simple hacks will take a load off your HVAC system so you can stay cool and keep costs down. Read More

5 Air Conditioning Terms to Know This Season

Make sure you familiarize yourself with the common terms in air conditioning, since knowing the terms used by AC experts will help you get your system repaired and find out what you need to do so that you can enhance the cooling power in your home. Read More

What Is a SEER Rating, and Why Does It Matter?

When you're shopping for a new system, you need to pay close attention to the SEER. It will help save you money in the long run. Read More