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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»

3 Maintenance Tips To Help Prevent Summer Cooling Failure And Costly AC Repairs

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The summer months are a time when many homeowners are calling for repairs, and you do not want to be on a waiting list. It is important to do the right maintenance during the times of year that your AC is working its hardest to keep your home cool. Some of the things that need to be done include changing filters, cleaning the outdoor unit and adjusting your thermostat. Here are a few simple maintenance tips that will help you avoid costly AC repair during the hot summer months: Read More»

3 Reasons Your Heater May Not Be Working

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Whenever temperature drop, it’s time to turn up the heat indoors. During the winter months, the furnace is used nearly every day throughout much of the country. Eventually, even the best furnace will need some type of repair with heavy use. Heating repairs can be pricey. The average cost of heating repairs is between $133 and $456. There are also a few different things that are often the culprit for a heater that doesn’t work. Read More»

Make Your Air Conditioning Work During Rapid Weather Changes

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If daily comfort is important to you, what happens when you’re dealing with spring conditions one day, summer the next, and then a freak winter storm? Although the science behind climate change is pushing a huge debate, the results aren’t; weather is getting weirder, and it costs money to compensate. Short of conditioning yourself without air conditioning (AC), you need to understand how your AC handles rapid weather changes. Here are a few air conditioning systems details, along with ways an AC services expert can help. Read More»

Knowing When To Replace Your Water Heater

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Water heaters generally last from 10 to 15 years. Once this time is up, some people think they automatically need to replace their heater. But while this gives you a pretty good idea of when to replace it, that span is still pretty long. Some people agree that if it’s still working, keep it around. Others disagree. Here are a few things to think about that will help you make this decision. Read More»

Comparing Wood And Pellet Stove Heaters

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Wood and pellet stoves are two alternative type of heating units that burn firewood and pellets (which are made out of compressed wood and other organic materials) respectively. Though both types of heaters make use of burning wood based products to heat your home, the slight material differences in their fuel and differences in their installation provide each type of stove with a distinct set of advantages and drawbacks. Understanding what each type of stove has to offer your home can help you pick the one that best fulfills your heating needs. Read More»