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2017

How To Extend The Life Of Your Home's Air Conditioner

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Your home’s air conditioner is an appliance you don’t think about until it isn’t working properly. If you are looking for some ways to get more life out of your home air conditioner before it needs repair or replacement, be sure to do these 4 things. Change the Air Filters An air conditioner needs a clean air filter to run efficiently. If not, it is just going to work harder than it has to when cooling down your home. Read More»

Why You Shouldn't Use Window Unit Air Conditioners In Your Rental Properties

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If you own rental properties, you might be looking for the most affordable ways that you can provide air conditioning for your tenants. Because of this, you might not want to spring for a residential HVAC unit installation for each rental unit. Instead, you might be thinking about using window unit air conditioners. Even though these can work in a pinch, they generally aren’t the best option for rental units. Here’s why. Read More»

Why You Need An AC With Variable Speed Blowers

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The blower in your air conditioner (AC system) is meant for circulating the conditioned air throughout the house. Most blowers have only two settings – the “on” and “off” that you use to keep your AC running at full speed or turn it off. However, there are also ACs with variable blowers that you can use to increase or decrease your ACs air circulation gradually; it doesn’t have to be either off or on at all times. Read More»

Duct Vs. Ductless: 3 Tips To Help Decide Which HVAC System Is Right For You

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Today, conventional ducted or forced-air HVAC systems are not the only choice you have for your home. Ductless AC designs are quickly becoming the go-to alternative to ductwork and conventional HVAC. Are ductless HVAC systems the right choice for the needs of your home? Are there any other alternatives to ductless? What are the options when it comes to using ductless systems for an entire home? You probably have these questions and more, but these simple tips will help you quickly decide between the duct vs. Read More»

Maintain Your Air Conditioning Unit

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It is important that you keep your home at a comfortable temperature for a few reasons. First, your home should be a place that you enjoy spending time. Second, having a home that is too hot can cause health issues such as dehydration from constant sweating. It always seems that the air conditioning breaks down at the most inconvenient times, such as the middle of the summer. The added use of the air conditioner could be the reason for the break down. Read More»

4 Tips For Reducing The Expense Of Operating A Commercial HVAC Unit

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During the summer and winter months, businesses with commercial office or storage space can spend a substantial amount of money on heating or cooling the building. Luckily, there are several things that can be done that make a commercial HVAC unit more energy-efficient, which can save a company a substantial amount of money on heat and cooling bills. If your company owns or leases commercial property, use the following tips to cut the amount of money spent keeping your space at a comfortable temperature: Read More»

Easy Maintenance For More Efficient Residential Heating

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Before winter arrives, you want to make sure your heating system is as effective as possible. There are quite a few ways that your heating system can lose efficiency over the years. Often, nothing is technically broken or needs to be repaired. A little bit of simple maintenance and basic cleaning can actually improve the efficiency of your entire system. Best of all, you might even reduce your energy bills. Read More»

3 Reasons Your Home's HVAC System May Not Be Working Properly

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When the weather gets hot outside, keeping cool inside is important but what happens when your HVAC system starts to act up or just doesn’t work at all? You can do a little troubleshooting to see if you can find the answer but often you will need to call a service technician. There are a lot of possible reasons for the HVAC unit to not run but here are a few of the most common: Read More»

Steps To Fixing A Blocked Pipe

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The plumbing in your house plays an integral role and is usually not even considered until something bad happens. One common problem that a household can experience is a clogged drain. If you are hooked up to city sewer there are a few specific steps that you can take to get rid of the clog. The steps for homes with a septic system are much different. This article is going to go over the three steps to take when dealing with a clog for homes connected to the city sewer system. Read More»

Not Cleaning Your Ducts? Here's The Problems You Could Be Creating

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Finished with your spring cleaning? If duct cleaning wasn’t on your to-do list, you’ve still got some work left to do. While an often-overlooked task, keeping the ducts clean keeps your family healthier and your air conditioning unit operating more efficiently. Mold Particularly if you have ducts located in the basement of your home, mold and mildew growth can be a real issue. Basements are often prone to excess moisture, whether this be the result of flooding or something else. Read More»