Tips To Keep Your HVAC System Healthy

Posted on: 3 July 2019

As a homeowner, you know that the air conditioner system is an expensive investment. Because of this, you should make sure it is properly maintained so the system can last for years at a time. The last thing you want is for the system to break down. The following are some things you can do yourself to ensure the HVAC lasts for a long time. Change Air Filters The easiest part of air conditioner maintenance is to change or clean the air filters.
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Tips For Protecting A Home's Air Conditioner From Severe Storm Threats

Posted on: 23 May 2019

As a homeowner living in an area that is prone to severe storms, you've probably learned how to secure your windows and other parts of your home from an incoming storm. What you may not have considered, though, is the importance of securing your central air conditioning unit. Here's what you need to know about storm threats to your home's air conditioning unit and how to protect it. Why Secure The Air Conditioning Unit?
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2 Potential Problems When You Select An Air Conditioning Unit That Is Too Big For Your House

Posted on: 22 April 2019

Whether you have an old air conditioning unit or none at all, you may be getting ready to either replace your current one or have central air conditioning installed. While shopping around for AC units, you may believe that the bigger the unit, the better it will cool your home. However, there are a couple of potential problems that can be caused if you pick out an AC unit that is too big for your house.
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Heat Pumps And Signs That Your Heat Pump Is Failing

Posted on: 4 March 2019

Heat pumps are an efficient way to cool or heat up your home without depending on your furnace or air conditioning. In climates that are moderate, a heat pump will keep the interior of your home comfortable. Heat pumps run on electricity, and they remove hot air from your home in hot weather and the reverse when the weather is cold. With new technology, heat pumps have become even more effective at keeping your home warm in colder climates.
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