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Category - AC Facts

3
Jan

Lower Your Energy Bill for the New Year

It’s January 3rd,  of 2019. With low temperatures and high hopes in the air, we started thinking about cold weather, heating systems, and good homeowner habits. According the Energy Department, the most common home heating fuel is natural gas, accounting for around 57% of American homes. Space heating is already the largest energy expense in the average …

29
Dec

Energy Efficient Updates

Maintaining an energy efficient home is a great way to do your part for the environment while also keeping more money in your wallet. Even if you want to start making your home more energy-efficient, you might not know where to start. Here are some important tips for increasing your home’s energy efficiency. Use Energy-Efficient …

27
Nov

How to Prepare Your Furnace for the Winter

Winter is when your furnace works the hardest. It’s also the time when you most need the warmth it provides in your house. In order to avoid an unpleasant surprise just when temperatures are dropping, take the following steps now to prepare your furnace for the winter. 1. Check and Change Your Filter Most furnaces …

11
Nov

When should I replace my heating or air conditioning system? Get Rating Here!!

Certain telltale signs indicate it’s time to consider replacing heating and cooling equipment, or improving the performance of your overall system. It may be time to call a professional contractor to help you make a change if: Your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old. Consider replacing it with a unit …

25
Oct

Awful Smells which You Shouldn’t Ignore

A home is a temple to live a comfortable life and any type of stinky smells spoiling its purity would surely not be acceptable by any of the house members at any cost. Though, you could take measures using candles and air fresheners to neutralize the effects of the smells, but these remedies won’t help …

16
Oct

WINTERIZING YOUR HVAC SYSTEMS: DO’S AND DON’TS

Heating and cooling your home is responsible for about 43% of your monthly utility bill (and that’s assuming everything is working properly). In order to ensure that you’re not spending a small and unnecessary fortune on your HVAC systems, you should focus on properly winterizing them in the fall. Not only will this limit downtime …

6
Oct

AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE TASKS YOU CAN DO ON YOUR OWN

Air conditioning maintenance as a whole is something that should be left to the professionals. Only a licensed and trained HVAC technician can accurately inspect, clean, and service an air conditioner in such a way that will leave it functioning well for the years to come. Maintenance will help your system maintain its efficiency, and …

23
Sep

How is your home comfort system performing?

Do you feel like you have to constantly adjust your thermostat to stay comfortable? Does your air conditioner or furnace make noises when it starts up? Does your air feel stuffy or damp? If any of these issues are getting in the way of your home comfort, it may be time to get your system …

14
Sep

HVAC Energy Guide For Texas

Some interesting / Factual information we would like to share with you.   Efficiency standards for all heating and cooling units manufactured in the U.S. are governed by the Department of Energy. Since as much as half of the energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling,* it helps to consider products with …

6
Sep

How Does An AC Unit Work?

Air conditioners are fascinating devices. Developed by Willis Carrier in the early 20th century, air conditioners keep us cool in the blazing summer months, and many units can be switched to heat in the winter. How they do that is an ingenious design, and many homeowners don’t have the first clue as to how they …

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