Understanding HVAC Issues

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Understanding HVAC Issues

Tips For Tackling Wax Toilet Ring Replacement

25 April 2016
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One common plumbing problem that plagues new homeowners is a leaking toilet. If the leak is accumulating around the base of the toilet, it's possible that the source of the leak is the wax ring. You should never overlook a leak like this, because the persistent water content on your floor can cause structural damage to the floor itself in addition to wasting water. While your first instinct may be to reach out to a plumber right away, the wax ring is an easy fix that you can do on your own.
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How to Prevent Mold Growth Inside Your Home by Encouraging Proper Air Circulation and Ventilation

20 April 2016
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Mold in your home can proliferate quickly if given the opportunity. In fact, any time the atmosphere inside your home exceeds the fifty-percent relative humidity level, mold growth becomes a real threat. It follows that one big key to preventing mold growth is circulating air properly to prevent water vapor from accumulating past the all-important fifty-percent threshold. That is why you should be diligent to prevent mold growth by focusing on your home's ventilation system and improving the condition of interior air.
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4 Ways To Cut The Costs Of Cooling From Your Air Conditioner Without Upgrading To More Efficient Equipment

4 April 2016
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Are you tired of paying high electricity bills in the summer or concerned that you'll need a larger air conditioning unit to keep up with your demand for cooling? Before upgrading the equipment or learning to live in a house that is over 90 degrees F in the middle of the afternoon, consider reducing the amount of cool air you need first. These four techniques all allow you to reduce the amount of work done by the air conditioner without any specific changes to the unit itself.
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Easy Ways To Improve The Efficiency Of Your Air Conditioner And Make Your Home More Comfortable

16 March 2016
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When summer temperatures soar, you may think you must pay extra costs to run your air conditioner to keep your family cool and comfortable. What you may not know is there are some simple things you can do to increase the efficiency of your existing air conditioner and reap the benefits of a cooler home. Try these tips for keeping your AC running at optimal performance and increasing the comfort of your home.
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Help Your A/C Spring Forward With These Maintenance Tips

15 March 2016
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The return of Daylight Savings Time means longer, warmer days and more demand for the cooling comfort your home's A/C system provides. With spring well underway, now is a good time to get your A/C system ready for the warmer weather ahead. The following tips can help your A/C system spring forward just in time to beat the heat. Dust Those Dirty Ducts Over time, dust and debris can accumulate within your HVAC system's ductwork, allowing airborne pollutants to travel throughout the rooms in your home.
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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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