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Time to Schedule Maintenance

Call us today to schedule your spring cleaning. Once temps get above 70 degrees, our technicians can inspect, clean and charge your air conditioning system for maximum efficiency and performance during the hot Oklahoma summer! 579-3113

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For more information on maintaining your system, please read this article on the US Dept. of Energy website.

http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/maintaining-your-air-conditioner

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Keep in touch with LHCS

For more information on any of our services, please visit www.LasharComfortSystems.com.  You can also find us on Facebook- Lashar Home Comfort Systems or Twitter- LasharHCS.

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Get ready for the hot summer months!  Call 405-579-3113 to schedule a complete Spring Cleaning and Maintenance.

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Change those filters!

While you are busy doing your spring cleaning, don’t forget to change your filters! Dirty, clogged filters are one of the most common reasons for an inefficient system. In fact, a lot of our service calls for systems that are not working properly, could be avoided if the homeowner changed the filters regularly. If you are unsure how to do this, call our service department at 579-3113. A technician can come and do a complete spring cleaning on your system to get it ready for the hot Oklahoma summer! We also have high efficiency air filters and common air filters for sale over the counter. Avoid costly repairs….change your filters!!

 

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For more information about the importance of proper system maintenance, please read this article from the US Dept. of Energy. http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/maintaining-your-air-conditioner

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Spring is in the Air

Allergy-Season-300x200Spring is in the air and that means allergy season will take it’s toll.  Talk to a LHCS representative today about a premium air purification system for your home.

 

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Read more about the importance of home filtration systems during allergy season from Web MD:

http://www.webmd.com/allergies/features/do-you-need-an-air-filter

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LHCS Voted Best of the Best

LHCS was once again voted Norman’s best heating and air company by readers of the Norman Transcript.

 

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Voted Best Heat & Air Company in Norman

Voted Best Heat & Air Company in Norman

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When Is "FREE" A Bad Idea?

When any of us have to make a buying decision, we all want to get the best deal possible. Educated consumers generally do the best they can to combine quality and value to meet their needs regardless of the purchase. Retailers, on the other hand, are constantly competing to earn the customers business by predicting what offers will best appeal to consumers’ sense of value, and at the same time allow their businesses to make a fair profit.

This is the greatest challenge the business faces; what marketing strategy will most appeal to the consumer and drive revenue for the business where both parties walk away feeling as if they have won. It is just as important for retailers to receive a bang for their marketing buck as it is for consumers to receive one with their hard earned cash.

 

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4 common home heating myths

With winter setting in across much of the country, homeowners are firing up  the furnace and looking for ways to save money on their monthly bills. There are  a ton of tips out there on how to save on your energy bill, but much of the  conventional wisdom is actually a mix of bunk science and wishful thinking. Here  are four common home heating myths.

Myth #1: It’s cheaper to run space heaters in a few rooms than to run your  home’s gas heating system.

Looking to save big bucks on their energy bills, some people switch off their  home’s gas heating system and instead use space heaters to warm a few high-use  rooms. With less square footage to heat, you must be using less energy, right?  This would be true if electricity weren’t so much more expensive, and  inefficient, than natural gas. Using electricity to heat your home can cost  between three to five times what it costs to heat the same space with a gas furnace, which means it might  cost the same to heat just a few rooms.

Myth #2: Cranking the thermostat will make your house warm up  faster.

Many impatient, shivering homeowners will crank the thermostat to its max  setting, thinking that it will warm the house up more quickly. However, your  home’s furnace doesn’t pump out more heat if you set the temperature higher; it  merely heats your home for longer periods of time. And often, forgetful  homeowners who set the dial to sizzling temperatures forget to turn it down  until the home is uncomfortably warm, costing them money for no real gain.

Myth #3: Replacing your windows will save you big bucks.

The science is sound: leaky windows waste energy by letting heat escape. The  problem, however, is that homeowners often have an outsized idea of how much  they can save. New windows can cost thousands of dollars, and before you invest  that in making your home more energy efficient, you’re better off dealing with  the smaller leaks, which are often much more affordable to plug. By adding  insulation around plumbing vents, wall sockets, attics, and adding weather  stripping to doors, you can seal up your home for a fraction of the cost of new  windows. Small as they may be, all those little leaks really add up.

Myth #4: Ceiling fans are only for summertime.

Ceiling fans are a great way to cool yourself off in the summertime, but they  can also make your home more energy efficient in the winter. Flick the switch on  the fan to make it spin in a clockwise direction and you’ll force down the warm  air that has risen to the ceiling, making your home feel warmer without  increasing your furnace’s output.

Source:  Fox News

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