Keeping Your Air Conditioning Working All Summer Long

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What's That Odor? 4 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Stinks

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The weather may be cold now, but spring will be here before you know it. When it does arrive, you’ll want your air conditioner to be ready for the increasing temperatures. That includes making sure it’s not giving off any odd odors. That last thing you want is to have odors from your air conditioner invading your home. Unfortunately, if you don’t have your ducts cleaned and your AC serviced, that’s exactly what you could be facing this winter. Read More»

Three Simple Ways an HVAC System Can Improve Indoor Air Quality

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You are probably aware of air pollution, but did you know that the air quality inside your home can be even worse than the air quality outside? According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency air pollution inside the home can be as much as five times higher than that of the air pollution outside. If your allergies are worse than usual or you begin experiencing unusual symptoms, such as frequent headaches, it may be due to poor air quality inside your home. Read More»

3 Ways To Cool Your House

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If you are in the process of building a new house, then you have a lot of options that you can choose from including how you want your cooling system to be laid out and what kind of system you want to invest in. Depending on your budget, the size of your house, and the location it is in, you can determine what kind of cooling system will be best for you. This article will take a closer look at three different options that you have. Read More»

How To Make Your Boiler More Efficient

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A boiler uses water to heat your home. By circulating water through pipes in the wall, radiant heat warms the interior. The efficiency of a boiler system is definitely dependent on the electrical output and productivity of the actual boiler unit. But, the piping is also a huge part of the system efficiency. Pipe Efficiency is Vital to Your System Health The flow of water through the pipes is what eventually heats the air inside your home. Read More»

Four Signs Your Water Heater Is On The Brink Of Failing

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Your water heater is an important part of your household. Not only does it make it possible for you to take a hot shower, it also enables you to wash your dishes and your clothes. When your water heater is working as it should, you don’t have to give a second thought as to how you’re going to get access to warm water. If it’s no longer working, however, it could end up being a real hassle. Read More»

Risks Of Not Fixing Your Business's AC System Quickly

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If you own a commercial business and are experiencing problems with your central air conditioning system, you should not ignore them. Many business owners will ignore problems like this, especially if the air is still working a little bit, but this is not a good thing. If you have central air in your business, you face a lot of risks by not keeping it in good working condition, and here are three big risks you assume from this. Read More»

How To Protect Your Condenser Cabinet

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One of your biggest monthly expenses it’s probably from the electricity you use just to power your condenser unit. The condenser unit, which is also often called the heat pump or air conditioner, is the large unit located on the outside of your house. It doesn’t matter what you call it, because the condenser unit is the most important part of the creation and circulation of cooled air. That being said, it is only part of a typical split air HVAC system. Read More»

What Could Be Going Wrong When The Air Goes Out Frequently

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If your air conditioning unit is in need of a tune-up, it is possible that the unit is not functioning at its most optimal. If the unit is getting older, you may find that the inside temperature is more difficult to keep stable no matter how many times you check and change the thermostat. When none of these things are wrong with your air conditioning unit, yet the air is still going out frequently, you could have a bigger issue on your hands lead by one of these problems. Read More»

Get On The Bandwagon With Sustainable Commercial Plumbing

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Commercial plumbing may seem like overkill for property owners, but it really is quite the contrary. It is the best thing you could do for your home or business. Plumbing problems can be a disaster for any premises. Most people take greater care of their residential plumbing systems than they do of commercial plumbing. The wear and tear is therefore greater in commercial properties. However, using these sustainable commercial plumbing processes you are bound to keep the plumbing in a commercial and even a residential property in great condition. Read More»

Mold And Your Heater Or Air Conditioner: Get Answers To The Questions You May Have

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Mold that begins to grow inside of your air conditioner, HVAC or heating system can be dangerous. This is because the spores will be quickly blown throughout your home as the cooled or heated air is blown to your home. This causes mold to spread quickly throughout your home and makes it easier for you or your family members to inhale. Unfortunately, mold and heating or cooling units is not something that many people are familiar with. Read More»