When to Install a New Air Conditioner

If you felt that your home could not cool down last summer or you spent a lot of time on the phone to the cooling repair technician, you may be thinking about having a new air conditioner installed this year. Maybe you are thinking about leaving this job until summer,…

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Why Is My Furnace So Loud?

A loud furnace can be annoying to anyone living in or visiting your home. There are many different types of noises your furnace might be making and this could be due to a range of issues. One thing to note is that if your furnace is making loud or unusual…

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Changing Your Furnace Air Filter

Your furnace filter is very important when it comes to your furnace’s efficiency and keeping your home comfortable through the winter months. Many times homeowners forget to change out their filters. This is due to the fact that we don’t see the filter so it is not at the front…

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Heating Tips for Holiday Parties

If you are hosting guests this holiday, you may wonder how to keep everyone comfortable in your Oklahoma home. Weather on this side of the country can be a bit unpredictable—temperatures can drop as low as in the 20’s or be as high as 50 degrees in December! With extra…

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What to Look for in an Air Conditioning Company

Summers get long and hot in Oklahoma, and there are a lot of Moore, OK air conditioning companies to choose from. But that doesn’t mean all those companies are created equal. Some (like us at Hill & Company) will get you cooled off in no time, while others will be…

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A Dirty Air Conditioner Costs Homeowners

  You are looking at a dirty air conditioner that needs some serious attention. Chances are if you haven’t had your unit washed recently, it could need some attention as well. An air conditioner must breathe. This is how it gets rid of the heat that it removes from your house.  The more…

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How Does An Air Conditioner Cool?

Air conditioners and their opposite number, heat pumps, have been in use for decades.  In fact, they were first invented in 1902 in NYC in order to pull the moisture out of a plant in NYC to keep the paper dry.  The electrical engineer Willis Haviland Carrier needed to keep…

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