Home Comfort

Homeowner and Central employee discussing a furnace

It’s August! Why think now about your home’s heating system?

Yes, it’s been another hot summer. We sure are grateful for those times when we can be in a nicely cooled inside space. Winter seems so far away, doesn’t it? Or, maybe not. Next month is September, and we all know how that month can bring us night-time temperatures that call for a bit of …

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Three HVAC system upgrades to reduce viruses, allergens, and mold, Carrier’s Infinity Air Purifier, Halo-LED, iWave-R

Improving Your Indoor Air Quality: Proven solutions available for cleaner air at home.

Improving home indoor air quality (IAQ) is a less-than-obvious piece of the puzzle to keeping your family healthy.  Covid -19 has been the root cause of today’s heightened health concerns.  With skyrocketing numbers of cases here in Massachusetts the risk of contaminated air entering your house is more prevalent and worrisome than ever, and likely will last …

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Snow Covered House

Avoid a Spring Disaster

Freeze-proof your A/C lines before the harshest winter days and nights. The cold is finally settling in and winter is (almost) upon us. Each day the wind chill increases we become more and more grateful for our home heat. However, as our HVAC equipment is quietly keeping us comfortable during the most frigid months there …

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Dog Hiding Under Blanket

Uncomfortable home? Sometimes it’s not the furnace or air conditioner.

Often when we think of our home comfort, we focus on the idea that the heating or cooling system is the major factor. Or, we might think of our thermostats as a key to being comfortable at home. Unfortunately, in our business of making your home and family comfortable year-round, the team at Central Cooling have found that not all obstacles can be overcome …

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