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Heating Up the Oregon HVAC Industry - PR Web (press release)

Heating Up the Oregon HVAC IndustryPR Web (press release)Heating Up the Oregon HVAC Industry. Family-owned Woodward Heating, an HVAC contractor based in the Salem, Oregon city area, launches a revamped brand and website. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Email
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Living Smart: Furnace maintenance - The Olympian

Living Smart: Furnace maintenanceThe OlympianIf you re unsure how to deal with the filter, ask for help from your HVAC contractor during the routine maintenance visit. -Install a programmable thermostat. These can save you up to 10 percent on your energy bills, since they allow you to avoid ...
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Why Water Heaters Backdraft, How to Fix - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Why Water Heaters Backdraft, How to FixMinneapolis Star TribuneThe fix for this is to hire a savvy plumber or HVAC contractor with a holistic understanding of houses. If there is already a combustion air duct installed, they ll make sure the intake is clean at the exterior and the duct is not obstructed. If that ...
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Burns & Wilcox Canada Announces Specialized HVAC Coverage - Canadian Underwriter

Burns & Wilcox Canada Announces Specialized HVAC CoverageCanadian UnderwriterProgram provides HVAC firms with a full range of coverage options. Toronto, ON [October 3, 2013] Burns & Wilcox Canada today announced it will now be offering policies designed specifically for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) contractors.
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Angie's List Report: Upgrading Your Furnace - WDEF News 12

Angie s List Report: Upgrading Your FurnaceWDEF News 12Kris Conoveris works as an HVAC Contractor. He said, "The average life of a heating and cooling system is somewhere between 12 to 18 years so obviously as you get older things start to break down in your body, the same thing happens with heating and
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UNC-Charlotte's Solar Decathlon Entry Shows the Benefits of Green Building for ... - Natural Resources Defense Council (blog)

UNC-Charlotte s Solar Decathlon Entry Shows the Benefits of Green Building for ...Natural Resources Defense Council (blog)The UNCC team s pre-cast walls were assembled with the help of a local pre-casting contractor—a process that can be replicated statewide and nationwide, should the material gain more mainstream acceptance; many innovations that have gotten their start ...and more
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