Fresh Air - Spring 2010 Edition

Welcome to another breath of Fresh Air

Brought to you by your local HVAC specialists,
Boothe's Heating & Air Conditioning

Wayne Boothe

I would like to personally thank everyone of you for choosing Boothe's Heating & Air for all you home comfort needs.

Over the past several decades Boothe's has assembled a wealth of knowledge in every aspect of Heating & Air Conditioning for both residential and commercial spaces. As a courtesy to our customers and the local community we'd like to share that knowledge. It is our hope that the tips and information we provide will ultimately save you time, frustration, and your hard earned cash - And maybe next time you need an HVAC technician you'll remember Boothe's.

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Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficient Heating & Cooling Equipment, Windows, & Doors

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Homeowners, save up to $1,500 and take advantage of the recent updates to Federal tax credits for energy efficiency. Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, tax credits have been expanded and extended into 2010. Save today and save tomorrow on energy bills. Depending on the age of your system and local climate you could save as much as 60% annually with an upgraded HVAC system. Contact Boothe's about an ENERGY STAR qualified upgrade and start planning today to save some GREEN for tomorrow.

Introducing: Boothe's Comfort Club

Comfort Club

Boothe's Heating & Air Conditioning welcomes you to join the Comfort Club. We've designed two Comfort Club membership levels tailored to your needs. Both leave you with peace of mind by providing preventative maintenance for your HVAC system and a discount on other services when you need them most. If you're looking for extended HVAC system life and cost savings we encourage you to visit our site and sign-up now. Click on Comfort Club from the navigation menu.

Spring Preparedness

Spring is here, temperatures are rising and with the rain - so is humidity. If your house is on a crawl space you'll need to open the metal vents along the exterior to allow air to pass through and prevent excessive moisture buildup. Otherwise, your foundation could be damaged and mold/mildew may begin forming in your ventilation and walls of your home.

It's a good idea to test your air conditioning/heat pump as well before the weather turns warm. When temperatures are low, most HVAC systems rely on emergency or backup heat as heat pumps are not effective at these temperatures. Your heat pump serves a dual purpose of removing excess moisture from the air as the temperature warms. A quick test of your system could save you from uncomfortable indoor weather and doing so early will help you beat the crunch later in Spring. Visit now and click on Residential Services to print a $25 coupon good toward an AC System Cleaning and Inspection.

Jenny's Corner

The Boothe's staff is a like a family and we've shared plenty of good times and good food. Jenny's Corner is our way of sharing some of our treats, good stories, and household tips in hopes that they might warm your hearts and homes too.

Refreshing Strawberry Layer Cake

  • 1 package cake mix, yellow or white - plus cake mix ingredients
  • 1 8 oz. package cream cheese, soft
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 8 oz. containers frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1/2 teaspoon strawberry drink mix
  • 1/4 cup chopped strawberries
  1. Preheat oven and mix cake as directed, pouring into 3 square 8x8 or 9 in. round pans (glass or metal). Bake for 20-25 minutes. Allow to completely cool
  2. In large bowl, wisk cream cheese, powdered sugar, and drink mix until smooth (a table top large mixer works great). Fold-in strawberries and 1 container whipped topping.
  3. Place one layer of cake on serving dish, spread 1/3 of strawberry filling over top of cake. Repeat with remaining layers.
  4. Cover cake with second container of whipped topping.
  5. Enjoy!

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