Traditionally, spring cleaning is an annual ritual for most families in Western Pennsylvania, as well as throughout the Western world. Back when homes were closed off all winter from the cold and heated with fires and oil burning stoves, lots of soot and grime built up over those chilly months. Spring cleaning came about as…

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Breathing. We do it all day, every day, and we seldom think about it unless something affects our breathing. Here in Western Pennsylvania, some of us are about to enter a season where either breathing itself or what we take in through the breath can cause us problems. Yep, we’re talking about allergies and asthma.…

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In the Pittsburgh area, we usually associate power outages with summer thunderstorms, but winter snow and ice can also cause disruptions to our utilities. What’s more, these winter outages are most likely to happen during the coldest and snowiest weather, which may also keep us bound to the house. So, it’s a good idea to…

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When it comes to utility bills for the average home, heating, and cooling likely account for over half of your energy use. So, doing everything you can to ensure efficiency will save you money, while keeping you and your family comfortable. There are a variety of things you can do to minimize your heating costs…

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When need to choose between replacing or repairing part or all of your heating and/or cooling system, count on Arendosh Heating & Cooling to help determine the you can afford, that keeps your family comfortable, and that works for you long-term. We don’t take a cookie-cutter approach to helping you make these decisions. We provide…

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Many homes have that one room – or maybe it’s several – that always seems to be the coldest in the winter and the hottest in the summer. Do different areas of your home seem to have a climate all their own? It can be frustrating enough to dress in layers for those days when…

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In just a few weeks, we’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving, and many people increase their focus on gratitude all month long. What are you grateful for? There are lots of everyday things in our lives we take for granted that our ancestors didn’t have (and some people still don’t). Clean, running water, piped straight into your…

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