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How to Alleviate Pet Allergy Symptoms at Home with Cleaner Air

How to Alleviate Pet Allergy Symptoms at Home with Cleaner Air

What are you to do when your daughter loves her Corgi puppy, but her Corgi puppy’s dander does not love you? To improve your Phoenix home’s indoor air quality, you need to remove allergens caused by pets. One benefit of air quality services in Phoenix is...
New Year, New Savings: Check Our One Year Maintenance Plan

New Year, New Savings: Check Our One Year Maintenance Plan

Some surprises — marriage proposals, lottery winnings, a job promotion — are wonderful, but some, like unexpected and costly air conditioning service, can be budget-busters. With the New Year, you can avoid the high costs of mid-summer HVAC emergency calls by...

When Is It Time for Retrofitting Your Old Pipes?

We call plumbing and plumbers by those names because they once were associated with the metal, lead, or plumbum in Latin. The poisonous lead the Romans used in their marvelous pipe systems probably contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire. Today we do not plumb...

Minimize Your Energy Bill Using Your Programmable Thermostat

Which do you think is more expensive: programmable thermostat installation cost or the fuel costs for not using a programmable thermostat? The answer may surprise you; the savings will delight you. Save Every Year The U.S. Energy Department says you can save as much...

Phoenix, Think Twice Before Burning Wood This Year

For heating and cooling, Phoenix homeowners can turn to some unusual methods. Some folks rely on heat pumps for year-round comfort. Some have tried solar panels or stoves burning wood pellets. Some have installed wood furnaces separate from the house, meant to heat...

Where to See Snow Near Phoenix This Winter

At Day & Night Air, our technicians are amazingly handy,  but they haven’t even perfected the time machine to get us back to Phoenix’s record snowfall. Our Colorado and New England neighbors may chuckle to hear of it, but (says the National Weather Service)...