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We Love What We Do




We Love What We Do It’s a dirty job, but someone’s got to do it. At Wilbur Henry, we really do enjoy our job. The business has been in the family for three generations for over 60 years and it brings a smile to our faces to solve our customer’s problems or set them up with heating and cooling solutions….

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We Love What We Do was last modified: October 26th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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My Air Conditioner Stopped Working, What’s Wrong?




My Air Conditioner Stopped Working, What’s Wrong? So your air conditioner stopped working, it’s the middle of the summer, and they’re calling for a scorcher next week. What do you do? We’ve been there, and we know how miserable it can be. We’ve got some advice for you though, so hang in there! If your air conditioner is no longer…

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My Air Conditioner Stopped Working, What’s Wrong? was last modified: October 26th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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Insulated vs Non-insulated Duct For Your Central Air




Insulated vs Non-insulated Duct For Your Central Air In most cases, there are much more advantages to insulating air conditioning ducts. This is recommended in a fair amount of places throughout the home such as attics, basements and crawlspaces. A general rule to follow is to keep ducts insulated in unconditioned spaces where there is no heat. Because duct work…

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Insulated vs Non-insulated Duct For Your Central Air was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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How to Fix a Copper Pipe Leak Without Soldering




How to Fix a Copper Pipe Leak Without Soldering A copper pipe can spring a leak inside your home at any time. It can also occur without any warning signs. But that does not always present an emergency plumbing situation. Most homeowners are not well versed in soldering, which may be the best method of repair. But there are other…

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How to Fix a Copper Pipe Leak Without Soldering was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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6 Ways to Find a Water Leak in Your House




6 Ways to Find a Water Leak in Your House Plenty of warning signs indicate that water is leaking somewhere in your house. You may get a call from the water company telling you your bill is higher than normal. Sometimes you can hear it, when you hear water run for a minute and then shut off.  But there is…

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6 Ways to Find a Water Leak in Your House was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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Don’t Look Like A Rookie When Shopping For A New Central AC Unit




How To Not Look Like A Rookie When Shopping For A New Central AC Unit What My Competitors Don’t Want Your To Know Purchasing a new central air conditioning unit is not like going to the market and picking up milk and eggs. It requires a bit of homework. The first step is going online and learning about SEER ratings….

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Don’t Look Like A Rookie When Shopping For A New Central AC Unit was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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My Central Air Conditioner Smells Musty




My Central Air Conditioner Smells Musty When I Turn It On – What Do I Do? Air conditioning, particularly central air, can’t make you feel comfortable during warm spring and summer nights if there’s an unpleasant, musty smell coming out of your vents. That smell is usually caused by mildew and it means there has been moisture in the duct…

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My Central Air Conditioner Smells Musty was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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4 Things Homeowners Should Do To Get Their Central AC Ready For Summer




4 Things Homeowners Should Do To Get Their Central Air Conditioning Ready For Summer As the warmer weather approaches (it’s coming, we promise!) it will be time to use your central air conditioner before you know it. Here are four simple things to check to make sure your ac unit is ready to do its best this season. A properly…

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4 Things Homeowners Should Do To Get Their Central AC Ready For Summer was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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My Central Air Conditioner Won’t Turn On!




My Central Air Conditioner Won’t Turn On; What Should I Do? As it starts to get warmer and you turn on your air conditioner for the first time this season, what do you do if it doesn’t turn on? Follow these four east trouble shooting steps as possibly save an unnecessary service call for central air repair. Step1) Make a…

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My Central Air Conditioner Won’t Turn On! was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry
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How Do I Know If My Furnace Is Sized Correctly For My House?




How Do I Know If My Furnace Is Sized Correctly For My House? As long as you set the furnace and it maintains the heat and air conditioning/cooling AND it runs 10-15 minutes before turning off, odds are it’s sized correctly for your house. If your furnace is short-cycling (running only for 4-8 minutes then turning off, possibly with the…

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How Do I Know If My Furnace Is Sized Correctly For My House? was last modified: August 4th, 2014 by Tom Henry

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