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4 Tips To Help Inspect Air Conditioners And Repair Damage Caused By Winter Weather

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The air conditioning that you use to keep your home cool during the summer months is often forgotten about during the cold winter months. If you have forgotten to do maintenance or winterization before you turned it off in fall, there may be some repairs, maintenance and damage that winter weather has caused and needs to be repaired. Here are some tips to help with the inspection and repairs that your AC is going to need before the summer heatwaves return.…

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Smartly Spend $500 To Improve Your HVAC

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Imagine you have $500 that want to spend it on your HVAC system and you want to spend this money with goal of reducing your utility bills. Here are some simple upgrade you can make within this modest budget. After a couple years, it is very likely that you will earn most of this $500 back through your reduced utility bills. $100 on Air Filters The very first thing you should do it buy about $100 worth of air filters.…

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It's Not Too Early To Start Thinking About Next Year: How To Help Your AC Keep You Cool

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Summer may be just about over, but it will be back again next year. When it does, you’ll want to be ready to make your home more energy efficient and reduce the wear and tear on your air conditioner. In addition to starting next summer with a tune-up for your air conditioner, here are three steps you can take to keep your home cooler. Give Your Air Conditioner a Break…

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Tips For Keeping Your Commercial Air Conditioning System Running Efficiently

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Trying to maintain a comfortable temperature in your commercial building during the summer can be expensive. The fact that the door is opened and closed more frequently than that of a home, the vast difference in space, and the increased amount of people creating body heat all mean that the AC unit needs to work hard to keep things cool. It will be up to you to make sure that the system maintains high efficiency to keep the electric bills reasonable.…

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Not Another Breakdown! Why You Shouldn't Wait To Get Your Furnace Replaced

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If your furnace is on its last legs and you’ve known about it for a while, it’s time to plan for a replacement. Your faulty furnace isn’t going to last forever, which means at some point it’s going to malfunction permanently. You might have been thinking that it’s best to get as much use out of your furnace as possible before replacing it. While that might be a good idea for some things, like maybe your kitchen toaster, it’s definitely not the right move when it comes to your furnace.…

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How To Protect Your Home During An Air Conditioner Outage In Extreme Heat

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The summer heat in some places is not a joke. It is often assumed that if people once lived without air conditioning, they should be able to do it now if the air goes down. Unfortunately, the modern home that normally has air conditioning is not always set up to handle the excessive temperatures during an air conditioner outage. Your house may be filled with valuable collectibles that are vulnerable to the heat, for example, or you may have pets, plants, small children, or even health concerns that are a big issue if there is no air.…

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HVAC Maintenace In Mild Climates

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Homeowners in every region in climate would love to have reduced utility bills. That is, even if you are only running your heat a few nights out of the year, you could probably benefit from investing in some HVAC maintenance. In fact, homes that don’t use their heat or AC very often are more vulnerable to certain problems. For instance, dust and mold buildup can definitely be more pronounced. If you don’t even have central AC hooked up to your duct system, and only use your heater for a couple months during the dead of winter, this means that there are at least 9 months out of the year that your system is laying dormant.…

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3 Signs That Your AC System Needs Maintenance

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If you are like most homeowners in America, you have an air conditioning system that keeps your house cool. There are many people who don’t understand how the system works, and then as the system begins to have problems they don’t recognize the warning signs until the system is completely out of commission. Luckily, there are warning signs that you should be looking for that can tell you that you need to service the system.…

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Diagnose Your Heat Pump Problem

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Your heat pump works year around, so that means it experiences more wear and tear compared to a standard furnace or air conditioning system. For this reason, it’s vital that you know the signs that trouble is brewing. This way, you can schedule a repair before your heat pump breaks down completely. The following issues indicate that it’s time for a service call. Poor air flow One of the most common heat pump issues is reduced air flow.…

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Why Propane Boilers Are Ideal For Residential Heating

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If you are going to install a new furnace or boiler in your home, there are a lot of things to consider. Of course, most homeowner’s main concern when shopping for a new heating source boiler is making sure they buy a unit that is efficient, powerful enough to adequately heat their home, and eco-friendly. Propane-powered units are very popular because they tick all of these boxes. This article looks at propane furnaces and boilers, and explains why they are such a good idea:…

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