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Air Conditioning Repairs For Performance And Cleanliness

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Staying comfortable in your house is about controlling the temperatures and making sure that you always have clean and healthy breathing air. A big part of that is to keep your air conditioner repaired while making some decisions that will keep it operating effectively. To be sure that you’re keeping your home safe, and making sure that you get brisk air when it’s 100 degrees outside, follow the tips in this article.…

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Why You Should Service Your HVAC System Regularly

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Many people forget to service their HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems as long as their systems are running and heating or cooling their homes. However, this is a bad thing because these systems do need to get serviced, and doing so will in fact benefit you as the homeowner. Here are some of the practical benefits of HVAC servicing: It Saves You Money On the surface, it may be surprising that emergency HVAC service can save you money because emergency repairs usually attract premium rates.…

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Planning To Install An AC In An Old Home? Here Are A Few Complications To Expect

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If you have acquired an old home without an HVAC system and you want to retrofit it with one, there are two things you should know. The first thing you should know is that it is possible. The second thing you should know is that it will be challenging and not all types of HVAC might fit your house. Here are some of the causes of complications when installing an HVAC in an old home:…

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Protect Your Air Conditioning From A Powerful Storm

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A powerful storm can come along and wreak havoc on everything, including your air conditioning system. In terms of keeping damage at a minimum, prevention is the key. Learn what you can do to protect your air conditioning system during a powerful storm. Keep the Yard Clean Do yourself a favor and keep your yard clean. At the first sign of a storm in the forecast, head outside to ensure that you remove any toys, loose chairs, or other debris that is in your yard.…

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Invest In New Air Filters Today

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Boiler and HVAC Air filters are usually very easy to find it very easy to replace. Most central HVAC systems have an air filter mounted directly inside or on the cabinet wall of the furnace or air handler. It shouldn’t be too hard to find, because air filters are usually the size of a large pizza box. Once you’ve located your filter, you can pull it out of the compartment that it rests in without any tools.…

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A Guide To Commercial Ducting

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Commercial HVAC systems can be very expensive to run. Since you are heating and cooling much larger areas, you need to use bigger appliances that consume more electricity and fuel. Of course, this is largely unavoidable. But, this is not to say that there aren’t a few ways that you can make your commercial HVAC system more energy efficient. Ducting is Key The set up and design of your ducting has a big influence on how efficient your HVAC system is.…

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5 Ways To Take Better Care Of Your Heating And Cooling Systems

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If you want to keep your home comfortable and safe, it’s important that you keep up with regular heating and cooling maintenance. With proper everyday care, you can make sure that you’re heating or cooling your home efficiently and effectively. It can also cut down on problems. Here are some ways in which you can better take care of the heating and cooling systems in your home:  Change Air Filters…

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Simple Maintenance Tips For Your Ductless Mini-Split System

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Heating and cooling is a must-have system for your home, but this important system should not have to be an enormous source of energy waste. Thankfully, many homeowners are seeing the benefits of a ductless mini-split system. By using a series of wall-mounted indoor air handlers and a larger outdoor unit, a mini-split system can create and move conditioned air into your home without ductwork that is a key source of air loss.…

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Don't Locate Your Thermostat In Any Of These Areas

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The location of your thermostat affects your HVAC’s (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) efficiency more than you think. This is because some areas of your house may be colder or hotter than your actual room temperature, and locating the thermostat in such areas will give false temperature readings. Here are some of those bad locations and why you should avoid them: Near Skylights Skylights admit more light, and heat tends to accompany light from the sun, than other areas of the house.…

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4 Reasons To Choose An Electric Furnace Over Other Fuel Types

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Electric furnaces have only been available for home use for a few decades, but they’re being installed less and less already due to the push to use natural gas furnaces or efficient heat pumps instead. But for cold climates where a heat pump just isn’t going to work, an electric furnace is still one of the best options for keeping your home warm all winter long. These four benefits unique to electric furnaces may make them the right choice for you.…

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