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As You Write That Check to Uncle Sam, Here Are Ways You Can Lower the Check You Write to Heat and Cool Your Home

Will HVAC cost savings deliver enough payback to compensate for taxes that are due on April 15? Our advice: Consult your accountant or tax adviser.

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Save Money and Energy in Summer: Here’s How

summer hvac energy bills

Though summer’s the season for relaxation and recreation, paying HVAC summer energy bills may not be part of the fun. As outdoor temperatures climb, the average number of daily hours

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January Money Saving Tips

January Money Saving Tips

For most homeowners, saving money is an all-season goal. However, certain times of the year are more advantageous than others when it comes to reducing specific expenses. January, for example,

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Saving Energy Myths and What Should Be Done Instead

Saving Energy Myths and What Should Be Done Instead

Some time-honored notions about saving energy just don’t stand up to the science. Folklore often sounds simpler than facts and, in many cases, actually seems to make sense. However, with

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Don’t Neglect Changing Air Filters This Spring

Changing air filters regularly is a low-tech maintenance procedure that keeps today’s high-tech cooling and heating systems delivering optimum performance and efficiency. The most important parameter in a forced-air furnace

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Ensure Whole-House Efficiency — One Room At A Time

Improving your household’s energy efficiency is a financially smart and environmentally responsible way to reduce your monthly expenses. There are myriad ways you can chip away at your home’s energy

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Furnace Showing Its Age? Clues On When To Replace

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy, creators of the EnergyStar energy efficiency program, recommend replacing your heat pump or air conditioner if it is more

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High-Efficiency Furnaces: A Tangible Return On Investment

Once you come to accept the fact that your furnace is nearing the end of its life and you get past that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach,

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    By Jeff Paitson
  • About Jeff

    Jeff Paitson Jeff Paitson is a third generation business owner who continues to run the business with the same values that have been passed down from previous generations since 1922.

    Jeff’s belief is that the business belongs to Jesus Christ; therefore 10 percent of the company’s profits go toward the Maryland Community Church.

    Jeff is a Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce member and in his spare time, he enjoys photography.
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  • About Ethan


    Ethan Ethan Rayburn is a lifelong resident of Terre Haute and a 2005 graduate of Purdue University.

    An Eagle Scout, Ethan spent four years as a non-profit executive with the Boy Scouts of America before joining Paitson Bros. as a comfort advisor and later General Manager. In that role, Ethan has brought a renewed enthusiasm for customer care, integrity, value, and service to Paitson Bros. Heating & Air Conditioning.

    Ethan enjoys singing and was a member of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club. He also enjoys playing and coaching soccer, spending time with his family and two young boys, and volunteering his time and resources with his church, Terre Haute First Baptist Church, which he has attended from a very young age.
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