Getting On The Same Page With Your HVAC Contractors

Considering Central Air For Your 1950s Home? What To Know

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Was your house built before air conditioning got popular, and no one has ever invested the money to install a central system? If so, it may be time to invest the money to make yourself more comfortable when the weather is hot instead of using a window unit. The window unit that you have to stick out of the window is unsightly, loud, and takes up space while blocking the view from your window. Read More»

How To Clean Your Central Air Conditioner's Condensing Coils To Prevent Overheating

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A central air conditioner’s cooling process starts outside the home in the condensing unit. When you adjust your thermostat, an electrical signal is sent to the unit’s compressor, which pumps gas refrigerant into the condensing coils. The coils change the gas into a liquid so that it can travel easily inside your home to the furnace to finish the cooling process. Condensing coils heat up while transforming the refrigerant due to the chemistry of the phase change. Read More»

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Ductless Air Conditioning

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Ductless air conditioning systems are an alternative air conditioning option to traditional central units. The main difference between ductless air conditioning units and their central counterparts is the fact that ductless air conditioners, like their name suggests, do not make use of any ductwork to provide your home with cool air. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages that ductless air conditioners have to offer can help you decide whether or not they are the right fit for your home. Read More»

Keep Your Business Cool And Your Cooling Costs Down

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If you run a business it’s important that you keep your customers and employees comfortable. However, you also want to do all you can to keep your operation costs down. Providing a cool environment when it’s hot outside can be costly. Luckily, there are many things you can do to bring those costs down. Follow the tips in this article to keep your costs down while providing a comfortable space in your business: Read More»

Kids And Plumbing: What Can You Do?

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Young children and plumbing often do not mix. They are too young to understand the consequences of many of their actions, and too curious not to be tempted by the unknown. This can lead to many a toy, article of clothing, or other household item being tossed into the toilet and flushed. The worst part is, once you realize that your drain is clogged, you probably won’t have a clue as to how it got that way and you will also have a mess on your hands. Read More»