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When Should You Call Hanson’s Plumbing & Heating?

April 15, 2019 plumbing heating contractors hanson’s plumbing & heating

When your plumbing or HVAC system malfunctions, hundreds of questions may run through your mind. Can this be repaired? How much will this cost to replace? Why me? If it’s an issue that needs emergency repair service, save yourself the trouble and further damage to your home by calling the experts. But how do you […]

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What is a Home Automation System?

March 15, 2019 Heating and Cooling Automation

With the rise of interactive devices and virtual assistants like Siri, Alexa, and Cortana, technology has evolved beyond smart speakers to serve homeowners, allowing them to remotely control locks, electrical outlets, alarm systems, and more from a smartphone anywhere in the world. Often described as the “Internet of Things,” this modern convenience is known as […]

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10 Home Heating Facts You Should Know

February 12, 2019 Heating and Furnace Facts Hanson's

Heating a home can be expensive, especially in the middle of a Minnesota winter. There’s no better time to appreciate the modern convenience of home heating systems. No matter what type of furnace you use—gas, oil, electric, or wood—you may benefit from these 10 home heating facts and tips and learn something fun along the […]

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Efficiently Heat Your Home This Winter – Dos and Don’ts

November 29, 2018 Home Heating

Winter is officially a month away, but you might have already seen the first snow. As the temperatures drop and our heating bills rise, remember the dos and don’ts of heating your home efficiently this winter. Do Replace the Furnace Filter Clean furnace filters save you money and increase the life of your HVAC system. […]

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Why You Should Test Your Home for Radon

August 31, 2018 Radon Test Hanson's Plumbing & Heating

Radon, sometimes known as the invisible killer, leads to lung cancer in over 21,000 people each year. One out of 15 homes in the United States has a significant level of radon that’s considered unsafe. Radon is a radioactive, natural gas created from the decay of uranium. You can find radon anywhere around igneous rocks […]

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