Keith saved our lives

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Testimonials

I want to let you know how happy we are that Keith Bunn and Bardi Heating & Air Conditioning came into our home. Quite literally, Keith saved our lives and I think he should be recognized for finding what he found. Upon inspection of our old furnace, he discovered a significant leak in the flue vent pipe

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Forced air HVAC Systems and Older Homes: An Aesthetic Dilemma

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HVAC Tips

While most people seem to care about the functionality of their central air conditioning system and not about the aesthetic affect that it has on their homes; if you own a historical home, you may be one of the few people who decide to forego the comfort of a forced air HVAC system in favor of preserving your home’s historical grandeur.

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Common Differences Between HVAC Repair Companies

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HVAC Tips

When you need the services of an HVAC repair company, you usually need them right away, meaning that, if your air conditioner isn’t working on a 90-degree day, you probably won’t be as thorough in checking out the credentials of an HVAC company as you would if you were planning to have a new air conditioning system installed while your old system was still working.

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What to Look for in an Air Conditioning Service Company

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Air Conditioning

A hundred years ago, no one had an air conditioner. In the sweltering August heat, they dressed lightly, opened windows and spread their church fans. Yet, just a century later, the thought of living without air conditioning seems impossible. Technically, air conditioning is a convenience. But considering the health risks that come with being in a hot environment, it also amounts to a necessity.

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How to Prepare for Summer Heat Waves

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Heating & Cooling

Facing hot weather without air conditioning can amount to more than embarrassing sweat patterns on your clothes; it can lead to heat strokes, dehydration and even death. Around late July or early August, we typically turn on the nightly news and hear about precautions that we should take to avoid these things. But how often do we take them seriously?

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