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When I started out working with my dad, Russell, at Russell’s Heating & Cooling, I came to understand our commitment to our customers from a very personal perspective. He always said how important it is to educate our customers so that they are comfortable with our service, our products, and our advice. On occasion, we come across a topic or some news that we like to share with our customers. These informative topics will appear right here, as part of our blog.
Whether it’s new promotions, ways to save energy dollars in easy ways, or letting you know about a new service or product we are offering to our customers, Buddy’s Blog is here to keep you informed and educated.
We invite you to explore the topics we share with you here. If you have questions or a topic you’d like to see in this space, just let us know!
Cutting down on the amount of water your household uses can add up to considerable savings over time. It also helps conserve water from our natural resources, making your home more eco-friendly. Read more
Over time, your pipes deteriorate, rust, and decay. Eventually, you'll have to deal with water leaks or even raw sewage flowing into your house if you don't replace them. But how do you know if it Read more
Whether you’re selecting a new heat pump or assessing your current system, it’s helpful to know what the ratings are for these versatile HVAC systems. The U.S.
Even though Virginia’s weather demands that your HVAC system work at peak capacity all year long, people often forget to schedule preventive maintenance. Sometimes homeowners don’t even understand Read more
The last thing you need on a chilly day is an icy blast of air from your furnace. There are a number of possible causes of constant and intermittent furnace cold air. Let's take a look at the most Read more
If you're experiencing furnace troubles, you may be concerned about high repair bills. You may even be thinking system replacement if your furnace is more than 10-years old.
Most often, one half of an HVAC system fails, but the other component is still operational.