3 Principles For Air Conditioner Maintenance

Posted on: 1 March 2017

When it comes to helping you get the most out of your home air quality and comfort levels, you need to be sure that you care for your air conditioning unit. There are numerous HVAC pros who will help you maintain your air conditioner in the most favorable ways. In addition to paying for air conditioning maintenance, you should follow some steps in your home that will help you maintain the performance of your HVAC system.
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7 Ways To Reduce Your Heating Bills

Posted on: 28 December 2016

There are not many things more comforting than walking into a toasty warm house after you've been out in the cold for hours. Unfortunately, keeping your house warm all winter can make your energy bills a lot more expensive. It's not uncommon for some homeowners to spend hundreds of dollars a month on their heating bills. However, making some changes around your house can prevent you from spending your entire bank account on heating.
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Just Bought A Fixer-Upper Home? Insulate The Entire House And Not Just The Attic

Posted on: 10 August 2016

If you recently purchased a fixer-upper as your first home, you may need to take big steps to get the house ready for your family to move into it, including insulating your attic to ward off heat loss in the winter. But while attic insulation can help prevent heat loss in your home, it may not be enough to keep your home comfortable or energy expenses down. It's a good idea that you insulate the entire house and not just the attic.
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Know Two Common Causes Of Moisture Intrusion When Using A Window Air Conditioner And How To Fix Them

Posted on: 14 April 2016

If you notice water running down the wall near your window air conditioner, you will need to investigate and repair the problem before it causes significant damage. There are a couple of common air conditioner-related causes of moisture intrusion into your home; below is a list of these and what you can do to correct the problem once it is discovered: Unit not level inside window A window unit functions by removing heat and moisture from the ambient air; this is accomplished by passing warm, humid air over an evaporator coil where the water vapor condenses and drips into a collection pan.
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