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There Is Rust In My HVAC System, Is That Bad?

We have all grown up with the impression that rust is bad and a sign of something failing or falling apart. Is that true for an HVAC system?  Baggett Heating and Cooling is here to talk about rust and what you need to know about it in terms of your system.…

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Does the Brand of Your HVAC Equipment Matter?

There are many different brands of equipment to choose from when it comes to your HVAC unit. Baggett Heating and Cooling breaks down what you need to know about choosing the right brand. HVAC companies work with specific manufacturers that carry certain brands of equipment. When you choose a heating…

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Why Does My Heat Smell Like It’s Burning?

Did you notice a burning smell when you turned on the heat for the first time since the early spring? Baggett Heating and Cooling is here to tell you why you may smell an unusual smell and whether or not it’s normal If you smell something funny when you first…

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Baggett Recognized as Top 10 Contractor

Baggett Heating and Cooling Recognized as One of Top 10 Contractors in North America For Customer Satisfaction! Clarksville, TN – October 26, 2021               Baggett Heating and Cooling has been recognized as one of North America’s Top 10 Companies in Customer Satisfaction by the Service Nation Alliance, a contractor best practices…

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HVAC Problems Caused by Duct Systems

Have you noticed higher energy bills, or is your living space not as cool or warm as you would like it? Baggett Heating and Cooling explains how your duct system can be leading to HVAC problems and why fall is the perfect time to address any concerns before winter Duct…

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Understanding the Difference Between HVAC Warranties

What’s the difference between a manufacturer’s warranty and an extended warranty? Baggett Heating and Cooling breaks it down for you  Purchasing a new HVAC unit is a big financial investment. Baggett recommends reading all warranty documentation to understand what is covered and not covered, the length so you know when…

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