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4 DIY Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

»Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4 DIY Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

Air conditioner maintenance is a topic that many homeowners don’t think about until it’s too late. Neglecting maintenance can lead to reduced efficiency and increased energy bills, and even a complete breakdown in the middle of summer. Here are four tips that can help keep your air conditioner running like new for years to come. Replace the Furnace Filter In traditional split-system central air conditioner, your furnace filter will clean the air that comes from both your air conditioner and your furnace. Depending on the type of furnace filter you have, you should clean it or replace it at least once a month. Clogged furnace filters reduce air conditioner efficiency by forcing your system to work harder to deliver air throughout your home....

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5 Things To Know About Zoned Heating For Your Business

»Posted by on Dec 28, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 5 Things To Know About Zoned Heating For Your Business

When researching ways to upgrade your commercial HVAC system and have a new commercial furnace installed, you may notice that the concept of zoned heating comes up a lot. Zoned HVAC is growing in popularity and can be a very efficient way to heat and cool your commercial space, keeping your staff comfortable while also keeping your energy bills manageable. Here are five key points to keep in mind about zoned heating for your business: Zoned HVAC Gives You More Control A traditional HVAC system heats your entire facility uniformly. A zoned system, on the other hand, divides your facility or office into individual zones which can be heated independently of each other. With a zoned heating system, you (or your office manager) have total control over which parts of...

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5 Facts You Should Know About Heat Pumps

»Posted by on Aug 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 5 Facts You Should Know About Heat Pumps

Is your old furnace or air conditioner on its last legs and in need of constant repairs or replacement? If so, consider replacing one or both systems with a heat pump. Heat pumps are affordable and efficient. To learn more about heat pumps, check out these five facts to determine if one is the right solution for your heating and cooling needs. Heat Pumps Cool and Heat Your Home Heat pumps are a great one-stop solution for heating and cooling your home. Unlike furnaces and air conditioners, however, heat pumps don’t create hot or cold air. Instead, they move air. During the winter, this keeps your house warm because warm air from outside is pumped into your home while the pump expels cold air from inside your house. In the summer, the system does the...

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Keeping The Kitchen Cool: Methods For Improving AC Efficiency In Your Restaurant

»Posted by on Apr 8, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Keeping The Kitchen Cool: Methods For Improving AC Efficiency In Your Restaurant

Air conditioning is an essential part of keeping your employees comfortable and for pleasing diners when they come to dine at your establishment. However, with the cooking and the heat of summer, your system has to work harder than ever, driving up indoor kitchen temperatures despite your cooling system while simultaneously driving up your operating costs. Here are some strategies you can employ to help your air conditioning along during the hottest days of the year. Install air curtains One of the ways you can help your kitchen stay cool is by improving air flow with open doors to allow cool air from the dining room to flow into the kitchen and then out an open door or window. Propping open a door, however, often lets flies and other insects into the kitchen,...

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Prepare Your Air Conditioner For Winter So It’s In Good Condition Come Spring

»Posted by on Jan 29, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Prepare Your Air Conditioner For Winter So It’s In Good Condition Come Spring

Many homeowners don’t think about their air conditioner in the winter, since they’re more concerned about their heater. Taking proper care of your home’s air conditioner when it’s cold and snowing, however, will ensure that it’s in good, working condition when temperatures start to heat up. Here’s how to care for your air conditioner during the winter. Turn Your Air Conditioner Off Turning off an air conditioner might seem like an obvious first step, but not all homeowners realize that central AC units have their own power switch. Usually the switch is close to the unit, and the toggle might be in a small box. To turn your air conditioner off, simply flip this switch. Turning off your air conditioner with this switch will...

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