Have you been wondering about which HVAC system might be right for you? Or do you want to know more about how to improve your indoor air quality? Maybe you want to know about how to take care of your HVAC system and ducts properly for the greatest comfort and energy efficiency.

The DeHart Air Conditioning blog has all the information you need to understand how HVAC systems can affect your home or commercial property’s comfort, health, and energy bills. If you have any questions that our articles haven’t yet answered, make sure to contact us so we can get you the information you need.

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June 16, 2021

Learn more about the different sounds an air conditioner can make, and when you should call for professional HVAC help. DeHart Air Conditioning has been helping Oklahoma homeowners for over 100 years—reach out to our team today for help... Read more

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April 21, 2021

Remove air pollutants and particles in your ductwork causing allergic reactions and making you feel sick in your home with duct cleaning and sanitization services from DeHart. Learn more about the benefits of keeping your ductwork clean and germ-... Read more

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April 6, 2021

Learn more about the different ways to fight back against unhealthy indoor air with the IAQ experts at DeHart. What's the difference between air filters and air purifiers? Is filtration the same as ventilation? Reduce air pollutants in your... Read more

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March 23, 2021

Learn about changes to the federal geothermal tax credit, and what it means for home and business owners interested in upgrading to geothermal. DeHart breaks down the new extended tax credit schedule and outlines how you can make sure you... Read more

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February 16, 2021

Get to the bottom of your heating system problems with trustworthy expertise from Chickasha and Duncan's local HVAC experts at DeHart. From strange new noises to poor indoor comfort and rising energy bills, find out what could be causing your... Read more

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January 21, 2021

Learn whether your energy-saving heating trick is legit or just a myth with the local heating and cooling experts at DeHart. From thermostat secrets to ceiling fans and duct tape, our HVAC team will help you separate fact from fiction in your... Read more

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November 23, 2020

Lower your energy bills and create a more comfortable and healthy home this winter with HVAC services from DeHart. From heating system replacement to AC service and duct cleaning, our team of heating and cooling experts can help you improve your... Read more

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November 10, 2020

Learn more about the causes of indoor air quality in your home, and why it's more important than ever this year to make sure your house is a healthy indoor environment. Reach out to DeHart today for IAQ solutions including air filtration,... Read more

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September 24, 2020

Learn more about the many benefits of upgrading your home to geothermal energy. From lower heating and cooling costs to quiet operation and a lifespan of 30+ years, there are many advantages to saying goodbye to your aging furnace and AC. Talk to... Read more

dirty ductwork vent
August 31, 2020

Lower energy bills, improve the efficiency of your HVAC system, and reduce indoor air pollutants with duct cleaning and sanitizing from DeHart. Learn more about how dirty ducts can create air flow problems leading to less comfort and higher... Read more


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I would like to commend DeHart Air Conditioning and two of your employees, Stacy and Akeem. When we moved into our house two years ago we had DeHart clean the ducts.

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