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Author: Mike Cappuccio

Dangerous DIY Electrical Repairs

Dangerous DIY Electrical Repairs to AVOID

Learn which DIY electrical repairs you should avoid. Find out how to get help from N.E.T.R., Inc. with electrical repairs in your home or office ...
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Why You Should Consider a Heat Pump

Why You Should Consider a Heat Pump (Video)

Mike Cappuccio talks about why homeowners should consider heat pumps for a greener way to heat and cool their homes ...
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What Is a Heat Pump and How Does It Work

What Is a Heat Pump and How Does It Work? (Video)

Mike Cappuccio talks about heat pumps and how they work to both cool and heat your home with a high-efficiency, variable inverter ...
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Winter Heating

Winter Heating Tips for First-Time Ductless HVAC Owners

First time ductless HVAC owner? Discover these useful winter heating tips and how N.E.T.R., Inc. can help you keep your heat pump in great condition ...
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Electrical Inspection

Top 5 Benefits of Having an Electrical Inspection on Your Old Boston Home

Learn why electrical inspections are important for Boston homes. Contact N.E.T.R., Inc. today for trusted electrical and HVAC services in Boston, MA ...
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Replacing a Central Air System with a Heat Pump

Replacing a Central Air System with a Heat Pump (Video)

Mike Cappuccio talks about replacing a central air system with a heat pump by utilizing your existing ductwork, but converting it to a ducted heat ...
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Heat Pump Rebates and Financing

Heat Pump Rebates and Financing (Video)

Mike Cappuccio talks about rebates and financing options that are typically available to homeowners through state-run energy agencies and ductless installers ...
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5 DIY HVAC Repairs Gone Wrong

5 DIY HVAC Repairs Gone Wrong

Should you consider doing a DIY HVAC repair to save money? Absolutely not. Here's why and who to call for help installing or maintaining your ...
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Heat Pump Myths

Heat Pump Myths (Video)

Mike Cappuccio talks about common heat pump myths, including that they create their own heat, and that they can’t heat in very cold temperatures ...
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