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Reme Halo Review: Helping to Deliver Air Health in Indianapolis

By: Brian Schutt  |  October 7, 2021
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Reme Halo Helps Indianapolis Homeowners Tackle Indoor Air Quality Issues October means the end of summer and the first signs of fall. With snow on its way, temperatures getting cooler, and fall allergies in full force, it means air quality and indoor air health challenges in Indianapolis homes change. For Indianapolis area homeowners our favorite...
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15% off Reme Halo Air Purifier & Installation

By: Griff Housemeyer  |  October 1, 2021

  Our new monthly deal is all about Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). Fall is a great time to think about your home’s IAQ as allergies increase and as you begin to spend more time indoors during the winter.   We’re offering 15% off our favorite air purifier, the Reme Halo, for the month of October....
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Consider the Daikin Fit for your home’s HVAC needs

By: Griff Housemeyer  |  September 24, 2021
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What’s the right fit for your home? Imagine this: perfect temperature and perfect humidity in your home. Your own unique ecosystem working with your air for better control, efficiency, and quality. Sound like a dream? It’s actually possible with the Daikin Fit system. The Daikin Fit is a side discharge, smart HVAC system using state-of-the-art...
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How We Work to Build Your Trust in our HVAC Technicians

By: Brian Schutt  |  September 17, 2021
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Presenting Options is Paramount to trusting an HVAC technician One Homesense customer story sticks out to me as an example of the importance of trust. A client had just returned from vacation to a lukewarm home, and knew he needed to call an air conditioner technician. While he regularly uses Angie’s List to shop service...
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iWave Air Purifier Review: indoor air quality made easy

By: Griff Housemeyer  |  September 10, 2021
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We’re officially into September and entering fall in Indianapolis. As a result, that means cooler temperatures and the start of fall allergies for many homeowners. As we’ve all spent more time indoors the past year and a half, indoor air quality has become a more important subject for many people. The EPA says indoor air...
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September Deal: $49 Tune-Up

By: Griff Housemeyer  |  September 1, 2021

  This monthly deal has expired as of 10/1/21. Consider joining our Maintenance Plan for two seasonal tune-ups and additional discounts for only $99.    One of the most important things you can do to keep your system running smoothly and efficiently is to get regular, seasonal tune-ups. It’s like changing the oil in your...
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HVAC lingo: top 10 terms you should know

By: Griff Housemeyer  |  August 26, 2021

Have you ever talked to an HVAC technician and felt like they were speaking a different language? We get it. Heating and cooling is full of technical (and sometimes insider) terms that can be confusing to the average homeowner. But it is actually easier to understand than it might seem at first!  We’ve compiled our...
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August Deal: we’ll beat competitor’s estimate or give you a Visa gift card

By: Griff Housemeyer  |  August 2, 2021

  *THIS DEAL CONCLUDED AS OF 8/31/21. PLEASE REFER TO OUR CURRENT MONTHLY DEAL*   During the month of August, trust Homesense to be your second opinion experts. Not only will we provide you with an honest and clear estimate, we’ll also beat any competitor’s estimate on a combo system install (both AC and furnace)...
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How to Clean Your Air Conditioner of Cottonwood and Dirt

By: Brian Schutt  |  July 27, 2021
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Overtime, your outdoor air conditioning unit will get covered in dirt and possibly cottonwood. Eastern cottonwood trees grow throughout the eastern US and leave behind small cotton-like balls as they shed. These are of particular interest as you go to clean your AC. However, be aware that dirt, leaves, and other outdoor items can cause...
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Why our technicians aren’t incentivized to sell

By: Brian Schutt  |  July 21, 2021
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“It’s time to replace your AC (or furnace).” Maybe you’ve had an HVAC technician say this to you before with utmost certainty. Seems harmless enough, right? Sometimes it’s true, but would you trust a cardiologist who only gave you the option to have a heart transplant? Similarly, would you trust a technician that’s incentivized to...
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