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When Do I Turn On Emergency Heat?

Baggett Heating and Cooling says, “Just like the name implies, it’s for emergencies only!” Many people think that emergency heat is designed to be turned on by the homeowner during especially cold weather, but that’s not quite right. The emergency heat should only be turned on by the homeowner in…

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Carbon Monoxide Can Be Deadly!

During colder weather, more people are turning to alternative heat sources. Baggett Heating & Cooling wants to warn you about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide poisoning. According to the CDC, carbon monoxide, or “CO” is an odorless, colorless gas that can kill you. CO is found in fumes produced any…

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Getting a Quality Estimate Means Questions

Baggett Heating & Cooling wants to give you some questions to ask when getting an estimate for repair or replacement Getting a repair or even a replacement could be a significant investment. That’s why you need to ask the right questions to get a reliable quote. Start by asking your…

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The Government Has Ordered More Efficient Furnace Fans

Baggett Heating & Cooling wants you to understand the new ruling and how it affects Clarksville. Starting in 2019, furnace manufacturers will be required to use more energy-efficient fans under a new government rule. According to the government findings by the Department of Energy, new efficiency standards for fans installed…

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Why Choose A Local HVAC Company?

There is a reason why people choose a local company when problems arise. Baggett Heating & Cooling wants you to know why. Since there are a lot of HVAC companies out there, choosing the right one might be a challenge. There are several things to consider but most importantly is…

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Uh Oh! A/C On The Fritz?

If things don’t feel right on the inside, Baggett Heating and Cooling says, check the outside and look for these 3 possible reasons. Refrigerant: Your unit might be suffering from low or leaking refrigerant. Call Baggett Heating and Cooling to have a trained technician recharge the system and repair leaks.…

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