• Two Reasons Why Your Heating Expenses Are So High

    It's easy to get comfortable on a cold winter's day when you have a well-functioning heating system. The warmth makes you feel so toasty and provides a soothing cocoon that you can't wait to relax in. As good as it feels to unwind in a balmy house the stress of trying to maintain the warmth might be weighing you down. Your heating expenses could be climbing higher and may have even reached the point where you're thinking about suffering it out in the cold.
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  • Murphy's Law, Furnace Repair, The Week Between Christmas And New Year's, And You

    Murphy's Law is a folklorish statement proclaiming that "anything that can go wrong when you least expect it and least want it to, will." In regards to furnace repair, it means that your furnace is most likely to break down during some of the coldest days of the year, you will not be financially ready for it, and the HVAC technicians in the area are all out of town and not working.
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  • Why Office Heating Is Important

    If you run an office and your office doesn't currently have a properly functioning heating system, then you may be doing yourself, your entire company, your employees, and your customers a huge disservice. While you may be putting off those heating system repairs as a way to try to save money, not having a properly functioning heating system may actually be costing you much more money than having the repairs done would cost.
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  • Air Conditioning Issues You Should Know How To Repair

    As a homeowner, you should know how to repair all of the appliances in your home, especially when they are minor repairs. A major appliance such as an air conditioner will break down over time, and you should know and understand this appliance in order to try and get it working again. You wouldn't want to call out a repairman for something as simple as a thermostat adjustment you could have done in less than a minute.
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  • Air Conditioner Not Keeping Your Home Cool? There Might Be A Simple Fix!

    HVAC system failures can sometimes be dramatic. Failing compressors often produce bangs or other loud noises, and failing thermostats can cause everything from rapid system cycling to no cold air at all. Of course, not all issues are quite so obvious. If your air conditioning system seems to be working less efficiently than usual, there are a variety of possible causes. This checklist will help you to rule out simple solutions and get to the bottom of the problem.
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  • How to Best Care for Your HVAC System During The Fall

    Fall is arguably one of the easiest seasons on your HVAC system. If your air conditioner is working at all, it's not working very hard. And if you've turned on your furnace, it's probably only kicking on a few times a day, at most. However, this does not mean you can neglect to care for your HVAC system during the fall season. If anything, you should take this season of ease as an opportunity to give your system better care, helping it to recover from the summer challenge and prepare for the chilly winter ahead.
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  • HVAC Updates After Renovation

    A renovation project can affect your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. If you started the renovation without consulting an HVAC contractor for advice, consult the contractor once the renovation is over. Below are some of the changes the contractor might have to do for continued efficiency and safety of the HVAC system. Thermostat Relocation The thermostat must always be located in an area where it can capture the true temperature of the house.
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  • 6 Tips to Troubleshoot a Broken AC

    When it's a hot day, the last thing you want is your AC unit to break down. If you don't have it repaired pretty quickly, it'll mean a long and hot nights sleep for everyone. But before you go reaching for the phone to call in an AC repair specialist, why not try these simple tips for troubleshooting your broken unit to see if it's something you can repair yourself. It can mean a significant saving on calling out a repairman as well as saving yourself a wait for them to arrive and fix it.
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  • 4 Things You Need To Know About Your Air Conditioner's Air Filter

    Your air conditioner is made of many different parts. One of the parts that you need to understand is the air filter. The air filter is one of the parts of your air conditioner that you will need to interact with the most. It is important to understand this part of your HVAC system. The Basic Function of Your Air Filter The basic function of your air filter is to clean the environmental air that is pulled into your air conditioner, cooled, and then pushed into your home.
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  • 3 Good Reasons to Keep Those Coils Clean

    When was the last time you gave your A/C system a thorough cleaning? As a responsible owner, air filter changes and the occasional ductwork cleaning are always on your maintenance to-do list. Unfortunately, other parts of your A/C system, such as the evaporator and condenser coils, might not get the same level of attention. Make no mistake—the evaporator and condenser coils are essential to your A/C system's performance and longevity. Here are a few reasons why they could use a thorough cleaning before the start of each cooling season.
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