Shop Small ILM w/ Excellent Farmer AJ Stanaland from Northwest Land & Cattle Episode 4

Posted on: January 24, 2023

Thank you for tuning in to Shop Small ILM, where we showcase locally owned businesses from the Cape Fair Region. If you like what you hear, please subscribe. Leave us a rating and share with your friends today on Shop Small ILM. We have fifth generation farmer and entrepreneur. AJ ...
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7 Signs of a Broken Furnace That You Should Not Ignore

Posted on: November 20, 2021

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The average cost to repair a broken furnace runs about $289. Oftentimes there are warning signs that lead up to the outright failure of the furnace. If you're able to identify that your furnace is nearing a breakdown point, catching the problem early may save you big. In this article, we'll discuss ...
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How To Know If You Need Heat Pump Repair

Posted on: February 27, 2019

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  Your heat pump is the beating heart of your home or business’ heating system. Most of the time it’s doing its job so well that we can take it for granted. We only really spare it a thought when something goes wrong. However, when this occurs it can result in ...
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How Does Ductless Heating and Cooling Work?

Posted on: December 19, 2017

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Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems Are you considering ductless heating and cooling but aren’t really sure how it works? This article will explain more about the systems and how they operate, and what benefits they provide. Ductless systems are best used for additions to homes, homes with existing central air conditioning ...
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Zoned Heating and Cooling: How to Avoid Hot or Cold Rooms in Your House

Posted on: May 15, 2017

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As the weather gets warmer with summer approaching, it'll be time to turn on your air conditioner.  But while your living room might be comfortable, your bedroom might be significantly warmer.  The next thing you know, you’re turning down the temperature of your thermostat and watching your energy bills rise.  ...
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