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2019

Is Your Thermostat Not Turning On Your Furnace? 4 Things You Can Do

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If your furnace is not turning on, the first place you should look isn’t your furnace itself; instead, you should look at the thermostat that controls your furnace. Your thermostat is responsible for conveying information to your furnace and for telling your furnace when to turn on and when to turn off. When your furnace isn’t blowing out heat when you think it is, your best bet is to spend some time checking out the thermostat first. Read More»

Serious Consequences That Might Occur If You Neglect Your AC System

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If you are a homeowner, you are likely familiar with the importance of routine maintenance in various areas of your home. Some homeowners choose to overlook maintenance until a repair is needed. Unfortunately, this can have various consequences. If it needs repairing during the peak of summer, you may have to wait on a technician longer due to an influx in service calls. Proper maintenance is the key to reducing the chances of this uncomfortable scenario occurring at your home. Read More»

How Long Will It Take To Install My AC Unit

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When it’s time to have an AC installed, you might wonder how long you will have to wait before the installation is finished. There are several factors that affect how long it will take to install your AC unit.  Window AC vs. Central Air If you have a large property, a window air conditioner might not cut it. When you install central air, you’ll have chilled air pumped throughout your home. Read More»

3 Risks That Come With Dirty Ducts

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If your HVAC system is the star of the show, then consider your ducts as the unseen backstage workers that make it all happen. Unfortunately, the background status of your ductwork makes them easy to ignore – at least until extreme dust and debris buildup makes them all but impossible to ignore. That explains why some households go years without cleaning their ducts. Dirty ducts come with consequences, however. The following highlights three serious risks you’ll face if you don’t clean your HVAC ducts on a regular basis. Read More»

Which Heat Pump Type Works Best For Your Home?

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All heat pumps work under a single guiding principle — they use various means to transfer latent heat from one place to another. Thanks to this principle, your heat pump not only provides cooling during the summer months but also a large degree of heating during the winter. How a heat pump moves heat around depends on the design, with some designs being more efficient and more flexible than others. Read More»

Keeping Your Commercial Air Conditioning Running Properly

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Commercial air conditioning is not that much different than residential air conditioning, but the AC in a commercial building runs a lot more. The air conditioning in commercial settings keeps the building temperature balanced and comfortable. Proper service is critical to keeping it running the way it should be.  Regular Inspections One of the most important things you need to consider is preventative maintenance on the C unit. The best way to avoid a problem with the system is to have it inspected regularly so that the tech can see any problems before they cause a breakdown. Read More»

The Benefits Of HVAC Indoor Air Purification Systems

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If you are looking to remove dirt, dust, allergens, and pollen from the air in your home, you may be thinking of using an air purifier. There are stand-alone air purification units that you can purchase and use, and then there are air purification systems that are installed and connected to your HVAC unit. A whole-house air purification system, also called an HVAC indoor air purification system, has many benefits. Here are a few of those benefits. Read More»

Troubleshooting Your Ductless Air Conditioning System

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It used to be that a home that didn’t have a central air conditioning unit had only one other option—putting in a window unit. In recent years, however, ductless air conditioning has become a viable option for those whose homes would be difficult to retrofit with a central air conditioning unit or found the option cost-prohibitive. A ductless air conditioning system has many advantages over both central AC and window units, one of which is that it is quieter. Read More»

HVAC: Don't Believe The Wrong Info

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When it comes to your home’s HVAC system, you don’t want to just believe anything someone tells you about your system unless the person who is giving you the advice is a technician. There are a lot of things that seem like they would be one way with HVAC systems when in reality the opposite is actually true. Doing the wrong things can be costly because they can lead to the need for expensive fixes and in extreme cases even complete replacement. Read More»

Don't Forget About Radiant Heat As A Home Heating Option

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Are you looking for a way to heat your home that is a bit more comfortable than a forced air furnace? If so, the answer to your problems will be radiant in floor heating. It provides heat with a level of comfort that cannot be matched with a forced air system. Here are a few things to know about this heating method so that you can make an informed decision. Read More»