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Why HVAC Covers are Worth the Investment

Why HVAC Covers are Worth the Investment

Did you ever think you should be covering up the outdoor component of your air conditioner? After all, this unit contains the compressor and condenser coils and when damaged, repairs

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Can Ceiling Fans Benefit You?

Can Ceiling Fans Benefit You?

A ceiling fan is one of the most popular home features. You can find it in more than 60 percent of American households. Its primary purpose is to move air

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Design Considerations for Tiny Homes HVAC

Design Considerations for Tiny Homes HVAC

If you’ve chosen to adopt a tiny home — a very small but very efficient dwelling — you need to understand how to heat and cool the structure. Here are

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Top 3 Reasons to Thank Your HVAC Technician This Month

Top 3 Reasons to Thank Your HVAC Technician This Month

It’s been less than a century since central home cooling and heating systems have made life more comfortable, regardless of the weather. HVAC Tech Day is June 22 and it’s

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Some HVAC Components That Work Together

Some HVAC Components That Work Together

In whole-house home-comfort systems, many HVAC components work together to provide both heating and cooling. Maintenance and repairs, as a result, often will correct or prevent problems that may arise

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Are You Thinking About Addiing a Home Addition?

Are You Thinking About Addiing a Home Addition?

Home additions give you extra space and convenience exactly where you want it and add value to your home. When you are planning your home addition, think of it as

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Water Heating Bill: How to Save

Water Heating Bill: How to Save

In case you didn’t know, water heating is second only to the HVAC system for the most energy usage in the average home. So, if you really want to reduce

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All About Air Balancing For Your Home

All About Air Balancing For Your Home

Is your HVAC equipment in good working condition but you’re having problems with temperature inconsistencies, humidity control and high energy bills? These types of issues are often related to poor

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Furnace Odors 101

Furnace Odors 101

It’s never a good idea to ignore a furnace smell. Except that burning dust smell that often occurs at start-up, an odor can indicate a serious problem. Smells serve as

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Performing Your Own Energy Tests at Home

Performing Your Own Energy Tests at Home

At-home energy tests are a useful starting point for making your home more energy efficient. They give you a good sense of where your house is losing energy and what

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