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The Importance of Fall Furnace Maintenance in El Paso

From clogged filters to minor repairs to catastrophic failure, the prevention that fall furnace maintenance provides is very important to the continued problem-free operation of your heating system. But not only prevention, fall furnace maintenance has benefits lower energy costs. How? Check-ups and cleaning of the HVAC is the most proactive approach to keep your

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Their Upgrade is Our Standard!

Longhorn Maintenance Heating and Air installs ONLY sheet metal duct work for new HVAC systems when new air ducts are needed. It’s our standard–one of excellence–in HVAC installations! We NEVER use fiberglass duct board. Here’s why: Fiberglass duct board is inferior to sheet metal duct work because it breaks down over time.Sheet metal duct work

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Price vs. Value…Know the Difference When Considering Converting to Refrigerated Air

“Price is only an issue when there in the absence of value.” –CEO Unknown Occasionally, one of our competitors may advertise impossible rates for converting to refrigerated air or provide you with a lower quote for doing so. The problem with that is something has to give to do the job at the price quoted, whether

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Is Your House Making You Sick? You May Want to Convert to Refrigerated Air

It’s true…your house may be making you and/or your family sick. Studies have shown 30% of homes or buildings are sick, meaning they are hazardous to the health as a result of indoor air and allergens/pollutants. Source:  https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-08/documents/sick_building_factsheet.pdf “Sick Building Syndrome,” or SBS, is a term used to describe homes or buildings whereby “the occupants

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Rheem & Ecobee: A Perfect Pairing

  When it comes to HVAC equipment, there aren’t many brands that provide the reliability, affordability and efficiency that Rheem HVAC does. Pair that with an Ecobee thermostat, and you have the most perfect system ever for energy savings and efficiency…for a most perfect price! Rheem HVAC equipment provides a wide range of equipment products,

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When is the best time to…

…convert to Refrigerated Air? Most homeowners say “I wished I’d done this years ago!” So, when is it best to convert? Consider it at these times and for these reasons: Convert NOW if you want to sell your home in El Paso’s competitive market Convert NOW to remain cool and comfortable in our extreme summer

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Rheem Prestige Series R98V Modulating Upflow Gas Furnace Selected Most Eco-Friendly by Green Builder’s Magazine

  We are proud to be nominated – and to WIN! Thank you to Green Builder Magazine for recognizing our Prestige Series R98V Modulating Upflow Gas Furnace as one of the “Hot 50” eco-friendly Heating & Cooling products for 2018. It’s not only green, it’s also one of the smartest furnaces on the market. The

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Air Filter Changes Really DO Matter!

Air filters really are central to the operation of your cooling system. Unfortunately, they are often forgotten because they are out of sight and out of mind. Not only do they filter out all of the allergens, pollutants and dirt that comes with simply living in the dusty El Paso area, air filters also can

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Don’t Sweat It, Convert to Refrigerated Air and Live More Comfortably

Doppler weather reports that there is a chance for rain every day this week. High temperatures and moisture are a combination that means incredible discomfort if you live with evaporative cooling in El Paso. If you want to explore converting to refrigerated air, call Ian at Longhorn Air at 915-852-7334 for an estimate. Financing options

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Best Temperature Setting for the Thermostat in Extreme Heat

Normal cooling settings for thermostats this time of the year are 75 degrees – 80 degrees. (Normal heating settings are 68 degrees- 72 degrees). Why does this matter? Setting your thermostat too low is going to wear on your air conditioning system. It will have a difficult time keeping up with extreme temperatures if it is set too low, meaning

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