The 5 Most Common AC Repairs

Posted on on July 3rd, 2017

It’s summertime and the living is easy! The sun is shining, the BBQ is going and your sun-kissed tan is slowly forming — what’s the worst that can happen on a day like today? We’ll tell you what the worst case scenario would be; returning home to a broken air conditioner! Unfortunately for some, this […]

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3 Must-Do HVAC Checkups Before Buying a Home

Posted on on June 30th, 2017

Home-ownin’ ain’t easy — that’s for sure! With so many new exciting opportunities, also come an overwhelming amount of new responsibilities. Fortunately, when it comes to the HVAC front, there are several simple “checkups” you can do before signing on that dotted line and purchasing a home that can make your homeowner responsibilities a little […]

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How to Beat The Heat Without Central AC

Posted on on June 23rd, 2017

No central air conditioning? No problem! It may seem as though life without a central cooling system is hard, and admittedly, it’s not as easy — but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. There are plenty of homeowners out there that make do with localized air conditioning units, mini-split systems, and some good, old-fashioned ingenuity. So, […]

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The Best Way to De-Ice Your AC Unit

Posted on on June 13th, 2017

If your air conditioner has stopped producing cold air, there can be a variety of reasons why this is so. However, one of the more common instances we encounter are frozen-over evaporator coils — and they sure can cause a ruckus. What makes your AC unit ice over in the first place? When refrigerant is […]

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5 Common Asthma & Allergy Triggers in The Home

Posted on on June 8th, 2017

Allergies — no one likes them, but more than 50 million Americans suffer from them each year. On top of that, 17 million Americans are plagued with asthma attacks on top alone. If you or someone in your home is part of this growing population, here’s what you need to know to keep the most […]

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Time to Put Our Service Techs Back in The Spotlight!

Posted on on June 6th, 2017

Working in a service-based industry, it only makes sense that the quality of the service we provide would be our number one priority — and it sure is! In fact, when Tyler Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration LLC was first founded in 2005, our mission was “to be the better HVAC company.” While most companies at […]

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Are Your Air Ducts Causing Asthma?

Posted on on June 2nd, 2017

Dust and debris are one thing when it comes to asthma attacks, but mold is a whole other ball game. Not only can mold spores cause sneezing, watery eyes and exhausting asthma symptoms, but they can also be extremely detrimental to your overall health if allowed to grow and circulate through your home’s heating and […]

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What Makes Ductless AC So Great?

Posted on on June 1st, 2017

All this talk about ductless air conditioning may have you wondering what it’s really all about. Sure, as its name implies, a mini-split system runs without the intricacies of ductwork — but, so what? If you find yourself asking that very same question, please, allow us to explain… Flexible Imagine having high-quality home heating and […]

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Check Out Our Pre-Summer AC Special!

Posted on on May 30th, 2017

We’ve been lucky this year, in that the cool spring air has lingered on into late May, and will likely continue to cool things down as June begins. But, don’t let the mild weather fool you! At some point or another, the hot heat of New England summertime that we all know and love will […]

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How to Allergy-Proof Your Home in 5 Simple Steps

Posted on on May 24th, 2017

It’s everyone’s least favorite time of the year. No, we’re not talking about tax season (though it’s definitely a close second), we’re talking about allergy season — yuck! Stop all that itching, sneezing and misery in its tracks with these five steps to allergy-proof your home today. Step 1: Kick clutter to the curb. Not […]

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