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Improving Your Home's Efficiency

Nothing is more frustrating than staring at an outrageous power bill. Unfortunately, if you are like most people, you might be left wondering how to pay a utility bill at some point in time. However, if you can learn how to take care of your air conditioner, your system might be more efficient than ever. I have been an HVAC enthusiast for the past twenty years, and I know what it takes to keep your system clean and functional. Use the articles on this blog to tidy up your system, prevent problems, keep your home comfortable, and save a bunch of money.

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Which Type Of Air Conditioning Unit Is Right For My Home?
16 September 2020

Choosing the right type of air conditioner for you

Four Tips For Preparing Your AC For Summer Vacation
12 August 2020

It's time for summer vacation, which means shuttin

4 Reasons To Go Ductless With Your New Air Conditioning System
9 June 2020

As you work to install a new air conditioning syst

HVAC Tips For Restaurants
9 June 2020

A restaurant will have extensive HVAC needs, and m

When And Why To Replace Your Central Air Conditioning System
4 May 2020

Central air conditioning systems do not last forev

Why Heating Systems Should Be Installed By Professionals

More people are learning how to be more self-sufficient with the help of the online instructional how-to videos. These videos walk the viewer through things in a step-by-step manner that makes things look so easy. One of the things you may be thinking of doing on your own (with the help of some online instruction) is installing your own heater. However, if you are contemplating this, you should stop. Before you get started, consider some of the ramifications that can come with installing your heater yourself. Read More 

Protecting Your HVAC With A Cover

The outdoor portion of your HVAC system can be very durable and resistant to outside weather conditions, but it might still be a good idea to have an HVAC cover, especially during the winter. While you can't have the cover on over the HVAC system during the summer when you're running it, you should cover it when it is not in use. Protect the Unit From Dirt and Debris One of the advantages of having a cover is that it will protect your HVAC unit from falling debris, sticks, leaves and rocks. Read More 

3 Reasons You Should Replace Your Air Conditioner This Autumn

How old is your current air conditioner? Is it on its last legs, and are you planning on replacing it in the spring? Although there is nothing stopping you from getting a brand new air conditioner installed whenever you feel like it, one of the best times to do so is actually in the autumn or in early winter. At first glance, this might seem like a silly time to go about things, but there are actually a few advantages to this that you may not have thought about, such as: Read More 

3 Things To Talk To Your AC Company About

Whether this is your first time getting an air conditioner or you are just replacing the one that you have, it's safe to say that there is nothing quite like finally having the air in your house be at a cool temperature during the summer. Rather than having to sit in front of a standing fan to cool off, turning on your thermostat to cool down is a real-life luxury. Before your air conditioning company comes out to your house to talk to you about a new system, however, there are a few different things that you should ask them. Read More 

Breed Dogs For A Living? 4 Reasons You Need Your Air Conditioner To Perform Properly

If you breed dogs for a living, and you have a kennel on-site, you owe it to yourself to keep the air conditioner functioning properly. You might not think that your air conditioner is an important component of your operation, but that's not the case. In fact, if your air conditioner isn't functioning at maximum capacity, you could be setting yourself up for a variety of problems. Here are just four of the reasons why you need to ensure that the air conditioning inside your kennel is working well. Read More