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Should You Get Your A/C Serviced Every Year?

Warmer weather is right around the corner here in Southern New Hampshire. You’ll be powering on your air conditioner before you know it, so is your New England home ready for warmer weather? You may be wondering if you need to get your A/C serviced every year. The simple answer is “yes, of course.” Getting […]

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4 Ways to Stay Cool in New Hampshire this Summer

Signs of spring are starting to pop up here in New Hampshire, which means summer heat is on the way! Now is the time to get your home ready for rising temperatures, so when the first heat wave hits your family can stay cool and comfortable. Patriot Heating & Cooling is pleased to serve the […]

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4 Steps to Save Money on Spring Energy in Southern New Hampshire

No New Hampshire homeowner wants to spend more than necessary on home heating and air conditioning bills. Cut back on your Southern NH energy bills this season with the tips outlined below! And always remember, Patriot Heating & Cooling is here for you with trusted energy services including service, repairs, tune-ups, maintenance, and installation. Contact […]

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Central vs. Ductless Air Conditioning

Which Air Conditioning System Is Best? Are you running an outdated air conditioner? Whether you’re looking to increase your home comfort, put your tax return to work, or simply replace an unreliable air conditioner, Patriot Heating & Cooling has you covered! Homeowners who use A/C with R-22 refrigerant should be especially aware that the substance […]

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Air Conditioning Tips for New Hampshire Homeowners

Whether central or ductless, having an efficient and reliable air conditioner in the Southern New Hampshire area is a key component to maintaining total home comfort. This spring and summer, make sure your air conditioner is performing at a top-notch level to keep your residential or commercial space cool and comfortable throughout the warm temperatures. […]

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Get Ready for Summer with an A/C Tune-Up

Warm temperatures are finally here to stay in Southern New Hampshire! While we’re all eager to set up the patio furniture and fire up the grill, there’s one thing you’ll still want to check off your spring to-do list before we head into summer: scheduling a tune-up for your air conditioning system. Just as it […]

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Your Spring Energy-Saving Checklist

Spring is officially here! Thanks to unpredictable weather, we know our New Hampshire customers are looking forward to warmer temperatures. Add these energy-saving tricks to your spring cleaning to-do list and daily routine to cut home comfort costs and improve overall comfort: Schedule Your A/C Tune-Up Don’t wait to call your HVAC specialist for an […]

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All-Season Benefits of a Ductless Mini-Split System

Labor Day will be here before we know it! As summer comes to a close, you might think it’s too late to upgrade your A/C system. But what if we told you there is an energy-efficient solution to keep late summer weather at bay and offer extra warmth when autumn arrives? Enter the ductless mini-split […]

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Why Signing Up for a Cooling Plan Is a Good Idea

Customers often ask, “Is investing in an A/C service plan really worth it?” While you might assume it requires extra spending for unlikely breakdowns, a protection plan offers many valuable benefits beyond system malfunction assistance. When you enroll in a service plan you can take advantage of repair support and annual service maintenance for your […]

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5 Signs You Need to Replace Your A/C System

Summer has finally arrived here in Southern New Hampshire! This means homeowners are prepping for a fun-filled season ahead. As you begin to check the boxes on your home comfort to-do list (schedule your annual tune-up, employ energy-saving tactics, fill up your propane-fired grill, etc.) be sure to check in with your cooling equipment. As […]

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