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Need some freon? Sure! Fill ‘er up.

How often does an air conditioner need refrigerant? Baggett Heating and Cooling explains why your system doesn’t need refrigerant added regularly. Every year our technicians encounter homeowners who believe their AC or heat pump should be recharged regularly.  We often hear, “The last guy who serviced it added a little…

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Should you hook up your gauges every time?

It’s common practice for many HVAC technicians to hook up their refrigerant hoses every time they evaluate a system. At Baggett Heating and Cooling, we believe the professional technician should determine that action based on the conditions of the call and the need. Here’s why… Manifold gauges allow a technician…

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Pros and Cons of a Home Warranty

A home warranty is different from having home insurance or a maintenance plan on your HVAC unit; so should you invest in one? Baggett Heating and Cooling explains the pros and cons of having a home warranty A home warranty does not replace home insurance as it is meant to…

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Why Your Rental Property Needs HVAC Maintenance

Baggett Heating and Cooling explains why having a maintenance plan for your rental property’s HVAC unit is important  If you own a residential rental property, having income from a rental can be a little extra every year but can also be like running a full-fledged small business. In either case,…

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Why Your HVAC Unit Blower Wheels Need to be Cleaned

Blower wheels and its blades are tasked with moving air throughout your duct system. Baggett Heating and Cooling explains why you need to keep them clean. A blower wheel is designed to keep air moving in and out of your HVAC system, and after years of use, dirt can build…

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Help! My Brand New Air Conditioner Stopped Working

Did your brand new air conditioner suddenly stop working? Don’t panic! Baggett Heating and Cooling explains why it might not be as big as a problem as you would think  There could be many reasons why your brand new air conditioner isn’t cooling. A quick check of your system will…

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