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Jan. 21, 2022, 11:17 p.m.

[2022] Northwest Arkansas Commercial HVAC Rebates & Tax Credits

Commercial HVAC gets rebates too, you know.

HVAC issues almost always catch people by surprise. And despite what HVAC salesmen may think, they are not the good kind of surprise, particularly when it's the middle of summer, you've got tenants with no AC blowing your phone u…

Jan. 21, 2022, 10:08 p.m.

[2022] Northwest Arkansas Air Conditioner Rebates: An Exhaustive List

There's a lot of free money out there to help you pay for a new HVAC unit

Regardless of what the HVAC salesman says, replacing an AC unit is never all fun and games. It's a substantial investment and paying for it always stings a little.

Thankfully, if you live in Northwest Arkansas there are quite a few AC …

April 9, 2020, 1 p.m.

How much it actually costs to replace your HVAC unit in Northwest Arkansas

There is so much confusion and misinformation in the world of heating and air conditioning.

One day you’re told that R22 refrigerant is the end all be all destroyer of the environment and possessing it will get you sent off to federal prison (the one outside Forrest City, mind you), the next you hear all is well and it can actual…

March 30, 2020, 8:47 a.m.

Air conditioner not cooling? Here’s what you can do about it:

Save some money: try these DIY steps before scheduling a service call.

Generally speaking, air conditioners fail in one of two ways: either they stop blowing air completely or they blow air, but it’s not cold. Neither are fun to experience in the dead of summer.

The good news is that a decent percent of the ti…

Jan. 21, 2022, 4:36 p.m.

[2022] Northwest Arkansas Utility Rebates: A Complete List (And How to Get Them)

2022 has arrived — and with it comes more free money from your utilities

If you live in Northwest Arkansas, have SWEPCO or Black Hills Energy, and you've never gotten a rebate from either, you're missing out on free money.

See, utilities often pay people to do things that save them money. And generally…