Things You Want To Do To Get Your Furnace Ready For Winter

7 October 2018
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In order to make sure that you are properly prepared for winter, you will want to do all you can in order to get your furnace in the best possible shape. By doing the following things, you should not have to worry as much about your furnace breaking down in the middle of a very cold winter. Change Out The Air Filters You will want to make sure that there is a clean air filter in your furnace before you turn it on for the first time for the upcoming winter months. Read More 

Taking The Mystery Out Of Residential HVAC System Maintenance Appointments

3 September 2018
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If you would like to schedule a maintenance appointment for your home's heating and air conditioning system and you want to make sure you get what you are paying for, then below is a detailed explanation of the tasks you should observe the technician performing during their time at your house. Check the Overall Function of the Heater and Air Conditioner One of the first things the technician will do is to turn on both your heater and air conditioner by adjusting the thermostat. Read More 

It Should Be Fine: How To Tell When It’s Time For A New Air Conditioner

1 August 2018
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When you want to stay cool during the summer, you need an air conditioner that can do the job. The last thing you want is an air conditioner that only works some of the time, or that has outlived its usefulness. If you're not sure that it's time for a new air conditioner, take a look at the list below. If you can identify with any of the items on the list, it's time for a new air conditioner. Read More 

Requirements For A Solid Commercial Air Conditioning System

25 June 2018
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Commercial air conditioning units are used for a variety of applications, from cooling stores to seeing that warehoused goods are kept dry. At a commercial scale, a lot more goes into the job than simply placing a system in a window. Before you move ahead with a project, take these 5 issues into account: Calculating Needs On a daily basis, a good rule of thumb is that one person in a building for an 8-hour work day will likely require about 380 BTUs of cooling. Read More 

5 Tips For Saving On The Cost Of Your Cooling Your Home

22 May 2018
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If you've recently put a new air conditioner in your residence, you'll want to know the right way to use it. Taking time to learn some things may be helpful in allowing you to keep your overall costs down when turning it on each day. Being able to save money when it comes to keeping your home cool is sure to be helpful to you. Tip #1: Grill outside Did you know each time you turn the oven on in your home, this can cause your entire house to get warmer? Read More