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Will Recharging My AC Fix It?

Recharging your AC may be a temporary fix to what could be a much bigger problem. Baggett Heating and Cooling wants you to know why recharging your AC is not considered routine maintenance and what to look for when deciding whether or not to give us a call Getting an…

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Why Does My Thermostat Have Batteries?

One question we often hear is why do thermostats have batteries? Baggett Heating and Cooling is here to tell you why digital and hardwired thermostats still need to run on batteries and what to do when they are low. Most digital thermostats are both hardwired to your house and have…

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Difference Between Auxiliary Heat and Emergency Heat

Often we’re asked what the difference is between auxiliary heat and emergency heat, so Baggett Heating and Cooling explains the difference between the two. As temperatures plunge during the wintertime, your heat pump may require either auxiliary heat or emergency heat to keep your house warm. Emergency heat has to…

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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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