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2016

Energy Efficient Boiler Improvements and Upgrades to Reduce Your Energy Costs

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Boilers can be an essential part of the mechanical systems in your home; not only providing you with heating but also hot water. This means that you will want to have solutions that can help cut the energy costs of operating your boiler all year. Solar energy, biomass fuels, and geothermal solutions will all help improve the efficiency of your boiler. Here are some ideas to help improve the efficiency of your boiler for heating and more: Read More»

2 HVAC Problems That Can Occur Due To A Broken Fan – And Leave You Without Cold Air

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Your central air conditioner is called a split-system unit because one part sits outside your home and the other rests inside your home within the furnace unit. These parts are called the condensing unit and the air handler, respectively. Each part has its own motorized fan that provides vital functions for the cooling process. If either fan were to experience troubles or break, your home’s indoor temperatures could suffer. Here are a couple of HVAC problems that can occur due to a broken fan and leave you without cold air. Read More»

Beginner's Guide To Two Stage Furnaces

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Many people erroneously assume that all furnaces operate on basically the same set of principles. While this may once have been true, massive changes have been brought about by a relative newcomer to the HVAC world: two stage furnaces. If you are considering investing in a new furnace for your home, and would like to learn more about two stage furnaces, read on. This article will provide a helpful overview to this exciting technology. Read More»

Save on Your Cooling Costs with Easy Upgrades

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Summer is a great time to get outside and have some adventures—if you have the budget to do so. Unfortunately, summer is also the time for high cooling costs. If your AC unit is absorbing more than its fair share of your budget, then it is time to take steps to optimize the function of your home system. Luckily, there are some easy steps you can take to reign in your costs. Read More»

Turn Down The AC: 3 Ideas To Help You Cool Your Home Without Using Excess Energy

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Cooling your home may be something that is necessary during the height of the summer heat. It can also be a major energy expense that you want to cut down on. While some improvements can be costly, there are simple things that you can do to reduce excess energy use during summer heatwaves. Here are some ideas that you may want to consider to reduce excess energy use in your home this year and keep your cooling costs down: Read More»

Walk-In Freezer Cleaning And Maintenance Tips

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Restaurants typically use large walk-in style freezers in order to accommodate large amounts of food. Even though this area of the kitchen is designed to keep food frozen at a constant temperature, it’s still essential that it stays clean and well-maintained to prevent possible food contamination. Here are a few tips to help you ensure that you’re keeping the walk-in freezer clean and that you’re protecting your employees and investment. Read More»

Is Your Home the Victim of an Unnoticed Water Intrusion?

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Of all the elements that can cause expensive damage to your home, water is the most destructive. Water can cause great damage if it comes into your home a drip at a time. Many homeowners are not aware of water seeping into their home and causing serious damage as it does. Learn more about how your home may be suffering from the damage caused by unnoticed water intrusion. Your Home’s HVAC System Could Be the Culprit Read More»

Why A Gas Boiler Pilot Does Not Stay Ignited

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Do you only get to enjoy short periods of warmth in your house before having to reignite the boiler to the heating system? When a gas boiler does not stay ignited, there are a few things that could be causing it to happen. Take a look at the article below to discover what might lead to a gas boiler needing to be reignited on a regular basis. A Damaged Thermocouple Read More»

Common Questions Concerning Air Conditioning Systems

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Without a functional air conditioning system, you would quickly find that your home’s interior temperature can reach dangerously high levels during the summer months. Unfortunately, it can be common for new homeowners to be relatively uninformed about these systems. To ensure you are as informed as possible about these devices, it is important for you to be aware of the following couple of common questions and answers regarding these devices. Read More»

Taking A Closer Look At The Hairy Scaries That Could Be In Your Ductwork

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When you think of the scary things that could be hiding out in your house, what specific location is it that comes to mind? Perhaps the dark places that rarely see light like the cellar, attic, or even beneath the fridge have you wondering. Even what’s between the walls may have you questioning from time to time. But there is one dark and hidden place in your home where the true fear should be directed and that is the ducts. Read More»