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Marshall's Inc.

Answers to Your Questions About Running Your AC/Heat Pump During the Heat Wave

Our phones are ringing off the hook today with customers calling in with concerns and questions about using their equipment during the Heat Wave. Here is a summary of our answers and helpful tips for you. This email is a public service message and not a sales message. HELPFUL TIPS: Check and replace (or clean...
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Gas, Wood, Pellet, Electric…Which Fireplace or Stove is Right for You?

People love the look, feel and ambiance a warm fire provides. And with all the uncertainties and challenges 2020 has brought, people are spending more time at home and want to increase their comfort.  If you have an existing, wood burning fireplace that is outdated, messy to use and doesn’t heat your home well, installing...
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How to Protect Your Home’s Air Quality from Wildfire Smoke

Helpful tips to protect your home air quality from wildfire smoke Keep windows and doors closed tightly to help prevent smoke and ash from getting inside your home.Do not run your home ventilation (bath vents, kitchen vent, etc.) because it brings the outdoor air into your home.Run your air conditioner/heat pump if you have one....
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Say Goodbye to Allergies

Spring has started in the Willamette Valley which means….its Allergy Season. The weather is beautiful, the air in your house no longer needs heating as often and you will need cooling soon to help you sleep better at night, but when you open your windows, eyes start to water, throats start to burn, coughing and...
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Indoor Air Quality Health Risks

Did you know research indicates most people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors and according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “a growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air in even the largest and most industrialized cities.”...
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Why Should I Do Maintenance?

Do I need to do Maintenance on my AC and Heating System if it’s working fine? YES! Just because you think your air conditioner, furnace, heat pump, ductless system and gas insert or fireplace are working fine…doesn’t mean they are. How often do I need to do Maintenance? You need to have your home heating...
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How to Prepare for Wildfire Season

Remember in summer’s past when the sky got so hazy you could barely see your neighbor’s house because the warm air was so thick with smoke? Opening your door or window often led to coughing, wheezing and a terrible smoky smell. And when it was really bad, everything outside was coated with a fine layer...
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IMPORTANT NOTICE!

What is R22? If you have an air conditioner in your home or business that is more than 10 years old, it probably uses R22 refrigerant (also known as freon).  The EPA has been phasing out R22 production in the United States because R22 is bad for the environment (it depletes the Earth’s ozone layer)....
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Are Seasonal Allergies Getting Worse?

Are your seasonal allergy symptoms getting worse lately? You are not alone. According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAAI) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), due to climate change, pollen counts are rising and lasting longer – extending the allergy season up to 10 months in some areas. The AAAAI also...
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How to Save Money on Your Home Heating and Cooling

Here are five helpful tips to help you save money on your monthly energy bill (especially during tax and allergy season), reduce costly repairs and extend the lifetime of your heating and cooling equipment. Reduce your electric usage 15% by performing maintenance on your heating and cooling system(s). Your system equipment operates more efficiently (uses...
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