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Although home heating and cooling is extremely important to indoor comfort, many homeowners know little about it and are seeking accurate sources of information. The Kearney HVAC blog’s purpose is to educate our customers about important topics related to indoor air quality, proper equipment maintenance, energy savings, innovative new products, and home comfort. Read our new blog posts to learn more!

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Get Lucky This Year — Save Your Gold!

This year every homeowner throughout the North Shore Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire region is blessed with the luck of the Irish. With the opportunity to make upgrades to their home with ample rebates and incentives — everyone has a chance to save their gold. What are the Benefits of a New Heater or Air Conditioner? Replacing your existing, outdated HVAC system with new, energy efficient heating and air conditioning systems offers plenty of benefits, including: Improved year-round home comfort

Save on Home HVAC Upgrades with Mass Save

Sacrificing home comfort and energy savings because you’re worried about the initial investment stops today. With the rebates and financing Mass Save offers, your North Shore Massachusetts home’s HVAC systems can be upgraded with minimal upfront cost. Mass Save HVAC Rebates & Financing Mass Save is a state program helping homeowners in Massachusetts save on making their homes more energy efficient. Just look at how much you can save:

Feel the Love with HVAC Maintenance

Whether or not you subscribe to the commercial aspect of Valentine’s Day, it seems that in February all of us are inclined to pay a bit more attention to those we love. Maybe it’s the fact that the novelty of a new year has worn off and we need something to focus our attention on during the cold, dreary winter days. Regardless, what can you do to spread and feel the love?

Eradicate that Cold Spot at Home

Most homes seem to have at least one: that spot that never gets warm enough during the winter and usually is way too hot over the summer. It may be an addition or the room above the garage. You may keep extra blankets there over the colder months and a fan or two during the summer. Thankfully, there’s a better solution to making that one uncomfortable spot disappear forever.

Converting to Gas is Affordable & Helps You Save

You’ve been having oil delivered to your home for as long as you can remember, so why change anything now? It’s been working, hasn’t it? Well, making the switch from oil to gas has never been a better idea. It’s more affordable now than it has ever been and since natural gas is less expensive, it’ll allow you to keep saving in the long-term. Benefits of Natural Gas Using natural gas instead of oil for your home has many benefits, including:

Myth Busting: Heat Pumps in Cold Weather

Just a few years ago, heat pumps were not an adequate exclusive heating system for New England homes because they couldn’t operate in extremely cold conditions. However, recent technology advances have changed this.

Proper AC Sizing for Greater Comfort

Is your air conditioner having trouble maintaining ideal humidity levels in your home? Does it struggle to keep up during North Shore, Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire heat waves? If so, your AC unit may not be properly sized. Unfortunately, this is a common issue that we see here in New England.

Wi-Fi Thermostats

Kearney HVAC installs Bryant Wi-Fi thermostats in Essex County, Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, that work with both Bryant and other brands of heating and cooling equipment. These Wi-Fi thermostats can qualify for $100 in rebates through Gas Networks, saving you money and energy.

High-Efficiency, Forced-Air Furnaces

At Kearney HVAC, we install a variety of Bryant gas furnaces. One of the features that varies between units is the energy efficiency rating. Our goal is to help educate homeowners so they can make informed decisions about their home heating system.