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3 Tips For Commercial HVAC Services

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If you need to be certain that you’re getting the most from your business and the way your office works for you, HVAC maintenance is crucial. There a number of things that you can do which will keep your heating and cooling system on one accord, and a number of professionals that will also assist you. To this end, read on and utilize the tips in this article to get what you need out of your commercial HVAC systems.…

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3 Benefits Of Regular HVAC Duct Maintenance

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Forced air heating and cooling is one of the most effective ways to heat and cool your home. Unfortunately, it is not always efficient, resulting in a lot of wasted energy and money. One reason forced air systems are so inefficient is the ductwork used to transfer heated/cooled air. Therefore, it is extremely important to properly maintained and repair your ductwork regularly. Check out these three benefits of regular HVAC duct maintenance.…

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HVAC Tips To Remember Before, During, And After A Hurricane

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If you are worried about hurricane season, one thing that you could be worried about is your heating and air conditioning system. These are a few things that you should remember in regards to your HVAC system when there is the potential for a hurricane to hit your area. Invest in a Generator For one thing, it is a good idea for you to think about investing in a generator to help you prepare for hurricane season.…

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6 Mistakes That Are Causing Your Commercial Refrigerator To Waste Money For Your Company

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You can save money on your refrigeration costs at your commercial facility if you increase the efficiency of your refrigerator. Unfortunately, many business owners and managers make mistakes that reduce the energy efficiency of a commercial refrigerator and unnecessarily bring up utility and repair costs.  The following are six mistakes you should avoid at your facility to decrease your refrigeration costs. 1. Having faulty gaskets and auto closers and not repairing them…

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Dangerous Effects Of Closing Vents On An HVAC

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Some people think that they can trim their electricity costs and make their HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems more efficient by closing off vents in unused rooms. Unfortunately, nothing can be further from the truth; in fact, closing vents in unused rooms can have negative effects, such as these ones: It Will Make Your Home Uncomfortable Closing the vents restricts airflow, and restricted airflow eventually affects your home’s comfort.…

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3 Vital Tips To Know Your AC Unit Is Ready For Summer

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Are you someone who hates the thought of the upcoming arrival of summer? Do you dislike heat and wish that winter could stick around for longer? As much as you might hate the arrival of warmer weather, there is nothing that you can do to halt its approach. At least, you cannot stop its arrival outside. Fortunately, modern homes have a climate control system that can make life more bearable, whether it is below zero outside or around a hundred degrees.…

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Window AC Units Vs Central AC

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If opening your windows and using electrical fans is not enough to keep your home cool during the summer, it might be time to invest in some sort of air conditioning system. This does not necessarily mean that you need to install a full-scale central AC system. One great alternative to central AC is installing window units. Window AC units aren’t perfect for every property, but they could be great for yours.…

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Examples Of Drainage Problems That Plague Air Conditioners

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Air conditioners (ACs) have to handle atmospheric condensation, but they are designed in such a way that the condensation is channeled outside the house without causing any problem. Therefore, you know something is amiss if your AC is not properly draining its condensate. Here are a few causes of AC condensate problems: Clogged Drain Line Just like the name suggests, the AC’s drain line channels condensed water from inside the air handler to the outside.…

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Causes And Dangers Of Leaking AC Refrigerant

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The refrigerant in your air conditioner (AC) isn’t meant to be used up; it circulates in a closed system and only reduces if there is a leak. Here are some of the things that cause refrigerant leaks: Normal Wear And Tear The constituent parts of your AC are subject to wear and tear such as that caused by vibrations. For example, joint connections loosen and seals degrade. With time, these degradations may open up sections of the coils or refrigerant lines that should always remain closed up, leading to refrigerant leaks.…

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Basic Steps On Checking If The Ignitor On Your Gas Furnace Is Working

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Newer gas furnaces are equipped with an electrical ignitor that works to turn on the gas that heats your home. These furnaces differ greatly from older furnaces that have a pilot light system, which don’t use electricity at all. This means that if your furnace has an electronic ignitor, you can’t start it manually. The most efficient way to start a furnace with an electronic ignitor is by turning it off and resetting it.…

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