2 Questions About Air Duct Cleaning

11 January 2019
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Since it's not easy to see inside air ducts, many homeowners have the wrong impression about what is inside them. You may think that your air ducts look pristine on the inside, since that is what you typically see in movies when people have to crawl through air ducts. The truth is that air ducts can be quite dirty, and there will come a time where you need to have them professionally cleaned. Read More 

How To Improve The Energy Efficiency Of Your HVAC System

28 November 2018
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Your HVAC system is one of the largest appliances within your home, and as a result will use a massive amount of power throughout the year. However, no matter what the weather outside is like, there are a few simple things that you can do to increase the overall efficiency of your central heating and cooling systems and cut down on your monthly utility bills as a result. Programmable Thermostat Read More 

Regular Heating Maintenance: Without It Your House Could Be In Danger

24 October 2018
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You don't want to find out that your heater doesn't work when you wake up to frost on your car and the temperatures are chilly. If you felt like your heating bills were high in the past couple years and that your furnace isn't heating like it used to, it may be time to get it checked out. If the air quality is poor and dry, these are other problems to inspect. Read More 

3 Crucial Steps To Winterizing Your Air Conditioning Unit

25 September 2018
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Are you excited about the end of summer? Do you feel thrilled at the thought of being able to shut off your air conditioner for the next several months without having to worry about your home being too hot to live in? Many people are more comfortable with the cold than with the heat. You might also enjoy being able to open your doors and windows to let the fresh air into your home. Read More 

How To Boost Airflow In Commercial Buildings

22 August 2018
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In large commercial buildings, the HVAC system is even more dependent on great airflow. That is, you could have brand new and extremely energy-efficient air conditioner or heat pump, but it will not be working to its maximum potential if airflow is not fully maximized. This is mainly due to the fact that the air simply needs to travel through a longer length of ducting. Even though large commercial buildings will have many several air conditioner units, the ducting systems often need to be enhanced in one way or another to make the HVAC as efficient as possible. Read More