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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 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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heating system, heating upgrade, hvac, kearney hvac, MA, NH
January 29, 2018
There are many reasons to consider replacing the heating system in your North Shore MA or southern NH home. Is your house as comfortable as you’d like? Is your heating system efficient or does it consume too much fuel? Is it the right size for your home? Is it simply outdated?
heating upgrade, energy efficiency, savings, rebates, financing, kearney HVAC, MA
January 19, 2018
A heating upgrade is more affordable than you think, especially when you add up the savings you’ll see on your energy bills.
Home comfort, home performance, HVAC, Kearney, MA
December 22, 2017
The holidays are here and the last thing you should have to worry about is a cold or drafty home. You should be able to focus on spending time with family so give the gift of comfort and warmth this holiday season!
natural gas, green home, Kearney HVAC, MA
November 20, 2017
Are you making the most of this natural resource to heat your Newburyport, MA or southern New Hampshire area home? What do you know about natural gas? Is it safe and affordable? Is it easily sourced and delivered?
Infographic showing the importance of preventative maintenance on furnaces to avoid winter repairs
October 19, 2017
As temperatures drop, it’s important to make sure your furnace is working as it should to keep you and your family warm. Scheduling furnace maintenance and having your furnace repaired or replaced when necessary will keep you comfortable and give you peace of mind all winter.
HVAC maintenance, Kearney HVAC, North Shore, MA
September 29, 2017

It may be early in the fall season here in the Newburyport, MA area, but the leaves are already changing and temperatures will drop before you know it. Many homeowners in the North Shore of Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire are wondering what they can do in their homes to prepare for the inevitable cold weather. One of the best things you can do while it’s still fall is schedule furnace maintenance with an HVAC specialist.

Why won't my AC turn on? Get Help from the Experts at Kearney HVAC!
August 4, 2017

There are few things more annoying than realizing your air conditioner isn’t turning on when it’s one of the hottest days of the year. No one expects to run into this type of problem, but it happens more often than most people realize. You might think your AC is “dead,” however, there are a handful of things to look into before jumping to any conclusions.

Mini-Split Maintenance with Kearney HVAC
July 27, 2017
Although there are some things you can do on your own, it's important to have your ductless mini-split tuned-up by an expert twice a year. Learn more about ductless mini-split maintenance in the following infographic:
technician bending tubing for an air conditioner
June 28, 2017

Whether you call the North Shore home, or live across state lines in Hampton, NH, this is the season homeowners in the area live for. With the summer sun out in full force, it’s great to spend some time outside. However, it’s important to have an air conditioner that welcomes you home with a familiar chill, not the sputtering of a machine on its last legs. At Kearney HVAC, we’ve touched on the importance of HVAC maintenance before. Continual AC maintenance is a necessity for many reasons, including:

Technicians servicing an outdoor air conditioning unit
June 14, 2017

Summer is only a few days away, and your air conditioner will be responsible for keeping you cool throughout the entire season. If you’ve already switched it on and noticed some issues, you might be wondering if it would be best to replace the entire system or if repairs may still be the better option.

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