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5 Tips To Going Green With Your Air Conditioning

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Air conditioning is definitely one of those things that makes daily living much more comfortable. Without air conditioning, getting through the summer months can be tough. However, air conditioning does not come without a price. Air conditioning units often need heavy repairs, especially if they are not well taken care of. On top of this, they use a great deal of energy and will use even more if they aren’t properly cared for.…

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Improve Furnace Airflow To Save Money

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Does it seem like your furnace is not producing the airflow that it used to? Over the years, even if you regularly change the filter, there’s a good chance that your furnace will become less efficient. Usually, this is just natural and there’s nothing you can do to prevent it. You can clean it on a regular basis to help your furnace be fully functional. Dirt and dust is bound to get sucked into your furnace cabinet, where it can make your motor dusty and dirty.…

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Pros And Cons Of An Upflow Style Furnace

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Furnaces come in a variety of styles separated by many different factors. One of these factors is the direction in which the air flows when pushed out of the heating system. An upflow style furnace has the air pointed upwards from below your house. This type of unit has a couple of clear advantages over a downflow unit, which is mounted in the attic. Here are some of the pros and cons of an upflow style furnace.…

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Why You Should Schedule To Have Your Air Ducts Serviced

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As a homeowner, you will want to make sure that you are having an air duct cleaning at least once a year. To help you understand why this is so important, you will want to take a few moments of your time to read through the following information. Helps Those Who Have Allergies Anyone in your home who has allergies to pet dander or dust will appreciate the fact that you have had the air ducts cleaned at least once a year.…

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3 Potential Reasons Your Window AC's Fan Has Stopped Working

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The fan in a window air conditioner is what takes in the circulating room air, cools the air, and then pushes that cooled air back into the room. A problem with the fan can render your unit nonfunctional and start driving up your indoor temperatures. Luckily, there are a few common problems that cause a fan in a window air conditioner’s fan to stop working. You can check on a couple of these problems yourself but you might need to leave the complex fixes to an air conditioning service technician.…

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How To Clean AC Condenser Coils

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An air conditioning system is reliant on the efficiency of several elements. Perhaps the most vital element, when it comes to the production and circulation of cool air, is the condenser. The condenser is the unit that is on the outside of the house. It is often just referred to as the air conditioner. The coils are a vital part of an AC condenser unit. Since they are exposed to the elements, they can get dirty and less efficient.…

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Temporary Solutions For A Broken Heater

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Without access to a functional heater, your home could quickly become too cold to live in. If you discover that your heater isn’t working, and an HVAC specialist can’t make it to your property for repairs until a later date, here are two things you can do to create heat temporarily within your home. 1. Heat a single room using tea lights. It may sound incredible, but four small tea lights can produce enough heat to keep a single room within your home at a comfortable temperature.…

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Three Jobs That Can Reduce Your Chance Of Needing Your A/C Repaired

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Knowing that a trusted HVAC contractor is just a phone call away in the event of an air conditioner breakdown is a comforting feeling, but it’s also ideal to know that you can perform a variety of jobs that limit the likelihood of a breakdown of this nature. While there’s always a chance that your unit will suffer an issue beyond your control, the reality is that by taking care to maintain it properly, you drastically reduce the chance of developing preventable problems.…

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