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  • Understanding Static Pressure and Your Duct System
    Understanding Static Pressure and Your Duct System

    How Your Duct System Works Let’s start with our duct system in our houses. The fan in your furnace blows the heated or cooled air into the ductwork until it goes into the living areas through the ...

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  • Apples to Apples: The Gary's Heating And Air Conditioning Difference
    Apples to Apples: The Gary's Heating And Air Conditioning Difference

    Ever since 2010 I wanted our company to have the value that would stand out above all other companies in our area. I know you have other choices besides Gary’s Heating and Air Conditioning and what ...

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  • Is A Bigger HVAC Unit Really Better?
    Is A Bigger HVAC Unit Really Better?

    Fact Or Fiction? “My current unit is not cooling and heating my house so I must need a bigger unit” Reasons To Replace Your Unit There are many times homeowners want a larger unit than the one they ...

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  • BBB International Torch Award Finalist
    BBB International Torch Award Finalist

    Gary’s Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. – Amarillo’s trusted name when it comes to air conditioning repair , heating installation , and many other forms of HVAC service – was recently presented with ...

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  • Five Things Gary's Heating and Air Conditioning Does Not Do
    Five Things Gary's Heating and Air Conditioning Does Not Do

    It can be hard to know you are choosing the right service company when your heater or air conditioner in on the fritz. To help out we compiled a list to help you! Who We Are As a Company As an ...

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  • 6 Tips to Keep Your Home Warm This Winter
    6 Tips to Keep Your Home Warm This Winter

    It’s that time of year in the Texas Panhandle, the North winds bring down sub-freezing temps and we all shiver. Following these simple tips will keep your home cozy this winter while not emptying out ...

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