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Follow These Simple Tips to Cut Energy Costs in Spring

Follow These Simple Tips to Cut Energy Costs in Spring

The average electricity rate for homeowners in Hagerstown, Maryland, is 8.57 cents per kilowatt-hour. Although that's 33.26 percent less than the average rate in the state and 27.86 percent less than the national average, saving energy is a top priority for homeowners...

3 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home

3 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home

Saving water helps the environment by conserving natural resources. It also extends your septic system's life and lowers your water bills. You can save power by using less hot water as well. To conserve water in your Myersville, Maryland, home, you should look for...

Should Your HVAC System Cycle On and Off Frequently?

Should Your HVAC System Cycle On and Off Frequently?

Your HVAC system cycles on and off. The mode you set it on will determine how often it cycles. The HVAC filter and other variables can also influence when the system turns on and how long it stays running. Want to stay on top of your HVAC system's performance? Keep...

3 Plumbing Problems That Can Affect Your Health

3 Plumbing Problems That Can Affect Your Health

Plumbing problems in your Sharpsburg, Maryland, home not only cause inconveniences. They can also have an impact on your family's health. Some plumbing problems can promote harmful biological growth and spread bacteria and viruses that can lead to a variety of...

Can the Pipe to the Toilet Freeze?

Can the Pipe to the Toilet Freeze?

You've most likely heard that you should leave the water running in your house during cold weather when you travel. This ensures water is moving through the pipes, which helps prevent the pipes from freezing. No matter how careful you are, though, sometimes pipes...

Surprising Products That Are Impacting Your Air Quality

Surprising Products That Are Impacting Your Air Quality

A variety of common, everyday items in your home are polluting the air you breathe. Here are three products that aren’t doing your air quality any favors. AIR FRESHENERS Air fresheners provide a pleasing fragrance, but they’re not really doing anything to “freshen”...

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality With These 6 Tips

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality With These 6 Tips

Over time, breathing stale air can harm your health. Studies show poor indoor air quality can also put you in a bad mood. Contaminants, such as pollen and mold spores, can cause a number of problems from headaches and nausea to fatigue and even asthma. Here are four...

Benefits of a Whole House Comfort Check

Benefits of a Whole House Comfort Check

Winters are chilly, and January and February are the months that you begin to notice all of the leaking windows and other sources of drafts around your house. You want every square foot of your house to be equally comfortable, so there shouldn't be cold spots...

New Years Resolutions to Add to Your List

New Years Resolutions to Add to Your List

One of the best New Year's resolutions you can make for 2020 is to lower your energy bills. A few upgrades and maintenance tasks can help your appliances and heating system function as smoothly as possible. From replacing your heating, ventilation, and air...

Do I Need Humidifier?

Do I Need Humidifier?

For optimum indoor air quality, the humidity level in your home should be between 30 and 50 percent, according to the Mayo Clinic. However, the humidity level in most homes falls well below that, especially this time of year. That’s why a humidifier can be an...

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COVID-19 is affecting all of us.

Hagerstown Heating & Cooling will remain open for business and ready to take care of your heating and cooling needs.

In the wake of the current health crisis in our communities, Hagerstown Heating & Cooling stands ready to ensure your comfort. Maintaining your home's heating and cooling needs is, as always, our top priority.

If you have experienced any illness in your home, please let our dispatcher know and please do not take offense if we choose to not shake hands during this time. We want to ensure that when we send our technician to you, they can take necessary health precautions to protect themselves and those they will interact with throughout the day.

We want to wish all our patrons a health and safe time in the next few weeks as our country navigates this situation. Our thoughts are with you all.

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