Bad Habits That Lower Air Conditioner Efficiency

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Do you want to increase your home's cooling costs? Although it might not be your goal, if you are engaging in certain practices, you are simultaneously decreasing your air conditioner's efficiency and driving up its operating costs. Learn about some of the common practices that can cause this sort of outcome. Operating on an On/Off Cycle Never operate an air conditioner on an on/off cycle. An example of this type of use cycle would include someone who turns off the cooling unit when they leave for work in the morning and then turns it down to its lowest setting when they return home in the evening.

17 June 2020

These HVAC Problems Can Be Corrected During Your New AC Installation

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Are you about to have a new air conditioner installed? This is the perfect opportunity to have an in-depth discussion with your HVAC contractor about various issues you've been having with your current HVAC system. A good number of them can probably be addressed by making a few tweaks during the AC installation process or by installing a specific type of unit. Here are some of the problems worth mentioning.

29 May 2020

Questions and Answers About New Furnace Installation

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If you have questions about the installation of a new furnace, then you aren't alone. A lot of people find themselves having their own questions about having furnaces installed. You can read some the questions and also learn the answers to those questions right here. When should you consider replacing a current furnace? If you already have a furnace and it's an older one, but still works fine, you may be wondering when you should consider having it replaced with a new one.

28 April 2020

Tips For Identifying And Fixing Common Furnace Problems

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Your home's furnace may seem like a bit of a mystery. That's why it helps to know common problems that you can run into that may require help to fix, or how you can go about repairing them on your own. Common Furnace Problems Many furnace problems are due to the thermostat. The thermostat itself could be broken, or there could be an issue where the wires are damaged between the thermostat and the furnace itself.

24 March 2020

HVAC Repair Services To Keep Your System Efficient And On

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Heating and cooling are not something you think about all the time until the system stops working. When you build a relationship with your HVAC repair services, you know exactly who to call when your system breaks down. Whether you are worried about pipes freezing because your heat has suddenly turned off or you are sweltering in the heat of the summer, your HVAC repair is ready to meet your system needs.

19 February 2020

4 Reasons Why Your Furnace Isn't Working

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Keeping your home warm in the winter should be foremost on your mind. This will allow you to be the most comfortable and enjoying your living space. However, there may be a time when this heating device isn't working as well as it should. Knowing the signs of a furnace that may need repair can be helpful. 1.​ Not heating your home The first indication you'll find that means your furnace is working correctly will be if your home is too cold.

20 January 2020

Six Things To Think About To Find The Right AC System

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If you need to have your AC system replaced, make sure you're thinking the project through carefully. An AC system should be expected to last as long as 15 years. This means that you'll have to be living with the system you choose for a long time to come. The more thought you put into your selection on a new system, the better this system will fit your needs. The following are six things to think about the find the right AC system for your home:  

17 December 2019