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Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your HVAC System

Baggett Heating and Cooling has some tips for when it comes time to replace your heating and cooling system as well as what you should expect If you’re planning on an HVAC replacement, here are a few things to consider before you do. Estimate your direct and indirect HVAC installation…

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The Heat Pump Defrost Cycle Explained

Baggett Heating and Cooling gives you all the important information you need to know when it comes to your heat pump defrost cycle As colder weather approaches and we start to see freezing temps, your HVAC system will be working hard to defrost itself. It is perfectly normal to hear…

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Baggett Announces Veterans Day Giveaway Winner

Baggett Heating and Cooling is proud to announce a winner to receive a new replacement HVAC unit from the 2020 Veterans Day giveaway! Where it all began . . .  When asked how this giveaway started, owner Alana Ward said, “I looked around one day and realized that most of…

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Schedule an HVAC Inspection Before Selling Your Home

When you are selling a home, you’re probably aware there will be a home inspection.  But did you know that you will likely be required to have a separate HVAC inspection?  Baggett Heating and Cooling explains why Average home inspections do not include detailed HVAC testing. Homebuyers assume that the…

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Breathe Cleaner, Fresher Air with iWave

Businesses and schools are turning to ionizing devices to help battle COVID-19. Baggett Heating and Cooling wants you to be informed about this advanced technology! What is iWave? iWave is an air purifying device that can be installed in any duct air conditioning system. How does it work? When air…

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How to Keep Your Home Office Comfortable

While you may finally be getting adjusted to your new workspace at home, are you happy with the temperature?  Baggett Heating and Cooling share some helpful tips on keeping the temperature in your home office just right while keeping your energy bills low. Open all of your vents By keeping…

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