Understanding HVAC Issues

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Understanding HVAC Issues

Three Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Furnace

3 March 2017
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If you are to make it through the fall and winter months while staying warm inside of your home, it is important that you focus on heating repair and maintenance. By getting a grasp on your heating systems, you'll make the most of your health, property values and quality of life. To be sure that you're following the prudent steps that will keep your heating system working at its best, follow these tips and contact professionals who can assist you.
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Three Things To Consider When Upgrading Your Central Air Conditioner

11 January 2017
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Air conditioners are built to last 15 to 20 years when properly maintained. At some point, though, you will eventually have to replace the unit with a newer model. Here are three things you need to consider when upgrading your air conditioner to ensure you're purchasing the right one for your needs. You May Need to Resize Your System When shopping for a new air conditioner, your first impulse may be to purchase one that is the same size as your current unit.
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How Does A Pellet Stove Compare To A Standard Wood Stove For Heating Your Cottage?

13 July 2016
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If you're looking for a sustainable way to heat a cottage that you only live in part-time, then you need to strongly consider both standard wood stoves and pellet stoves. Standard wood stoves burn whole and split logs, whereas pellet stoves burn waste wood that has been turned into small pellets. Both use a natural fuel source and both are capable of adequately heating a small cottage home. Which is the best choice for you, however, will depend on your needs and preferences.
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5 Good Reasons to Replace Your Indoor and Outdoor AC Units Together

3 June 2016
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The indoor evaporator and outdoor condenser units that make up your central AC system are designed to work as a team. So when one half of this dynamic duo goes down, it's usually best to replace both units with a newer and more reliable set. However, many homeowners believe they can save money by replacing only the unit that's given up the ghost. The initial savings may be attractive, but there are five good reasons why replacing the indoor and outdoor units at the same time is the smart choice.
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How to Properly Recycle Your Window AC & Earn Cash While Doing It

25 May 2016
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If you are considering buying a new window air conditioner, first take a look at your current unit's EER rating. Federal laws have increased the minimum EER rating for A/C units to an 8. The higher the number is, the more efficient the air conditioner is. If your window air conditioner has an EER number less than 8, it's in your best interest to ditch it and get something new. But new A/C units can be expensive.
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About Me
Understanding HVAC Issues

After years of dealing with an air conditioner and furnace that didn't work that well, I decided that I needed to dedicate some time to fixing the issue. Instead of continuing to guess, I realized that I needed to do something to fix things. I contacted a professional HVAC repairman, and he came out the next day to look over our issues. It was amazing to see how many issues he was able to resolve in under a few hours. Now, our home is comfortable and relaxing. This blog is dedicated to helping other homeowners to understand their HVAC issues and work towards resolving them.

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