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Why does my furnace trip the circuit breaker?

A circuit breaker “trips” to cut off the supply of electricity to prevent a fire. A circuit breaker is a safety mechanism. By resetting it without solving the problem puts you and your family in danger.

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7 Home Heating Fire Safety Tips

Each year, winter home fires take 890 lives and result in $2 billion in property loss...

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5 Tips for Lowering Energy Costs This Winter

Using energy efficiently in order to save money on utility costs requires a holistic approach to minimizing waste, including unnecessary and avoidable spending.

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7 Tips To Prepare Your Home For Winter

Weather incidents account for more than half of all homeowners’ insurance claims...of those claims, wind, pipes freezing and bursting, roof and flashing leaks, and ice dams are among the major causes of home damage during weather events.

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Top 3 Hacks To Saving Money On Home Repairs

By approaching every home repair problem using these top 3 hacks, you can protect your home and your budget!

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3 Ways Furnace Tune-Ups Pay Off

A trained HVAC technician knows how to clean and calibrate furnaces to achieve optimal performance.

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4 Hurricane-Protection Tips For HVAC Systems In Your Home, Vacation Home, Or Business

...New Hampshire may start experiencing these potentially devastating storms...

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Geothermal Is The High-Performance Green Energy

Homeowners in New Hampshire no longer need to worry about the fluctuating prices of heating oil and natural gas.

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Keep Allergic Guests Comfortable In Your Pet-Friendly Seasonal Rental

If you own a seasonal home you share with family, rent through a real estate agent, or host on Airbnb, you may have wondered if you could be pet friendly without driving away guests...

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Save Money On Air Conditioner Tune-Ups

Dryers, refrigerators, dishwashers, and microwaves are only meant to last an average of 10 years, according to This Old House. Don’t take that approach with your air conditioner.

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About Lakes Region HVAC
Since 1992

Lakes Region’s expert service technicians and installers are trained in the latest advancements in heating and cooling technologies. We'll help you select the correct comfort system for your home, ensuring that your equipment operates at the highest efficiency — giving you the lowest monthly operating cost.

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LRHVAC’s office hours: Monday - Friday 7:30-4:30
Phone: (603) 286-2290
Mail: 86 Bay Hill Rd., Northfield, NH 03276
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