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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When your on the market looking for a new unit, sometimes it can be very overwhelming! What is the right tonnage? What is the SEER rating I need? You just want to scream HELP! Have no fear the friendly staff at MARTIN'S is ready and willing to answer all your heating and air conditioning questions big or small. We can help you with any information you need. 
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How much is a Duct Cleaning?
That all depends on how many outlets (vents) you have. Go around your home ...

What is a SEER rating?
SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performa...

What is the AccuClean filtration system?
The AccuClean creates a series of 24-volt electrified coronas over holes th...

What are VOC's?
"VOCs" Volatile organic compounds, release gases into your home from such p...

What is Clean Air Testing?
Iím glad you asked! Just because you canít see the problem doesnít mean it ...

What tonnage does my home need?
One ton of air conditioning is equivalent to 12,000 BTU. A BTU is a British...

Do I need to replace my mercury thermostat to digital?
With our American Standard Digital Programmable Thermostats your comfort ca...

How often should I change my air filter?
With 40 pounds of dust in your home per year, it really depends on the traf...

How does the AccuExchange Energy Recovery Ventilator work?
In the winter, AccuExchange removes nasty stale indoor air and transfers so...

What temperature should I have my themostat set at?
You could keep your thermostat at 78 degrees, or even higher, when no one i...

How can I improve my air quality?
Pollutants can come from many different sources inside and outside your hom...

Do you service other brand equipment?
Yes we do. Martin's sell's only American Standard equipment, but we...

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