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Three Tips For Preparing Your Heating System For Winter

13 August 2017
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Taking the time to prepare your heating system for the intense use it will experience during the winter can help you to avoid malfunctions and unnecessary expenses. While this is an important task for any homeowner to do, you might not have a full understanding regarding the steps that will be involved in this process. Check The Air Filters Prior To The Start Of The Heating Season A basic but important thing that you should do for your heating system will be to inspect the air filters.
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3 Reasons To Buy A Patio Heater For Your Patio

7 August 2017
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When you think about buying heaters, you might think about buying a heating system for the inside of your home. However, there are many different types of patio heaters available on the market, including those that can be placed on the ground or on a table or those that can be mounted. Regardless of the type of patio heater that you choose to purchase for your home, you might find that buying one in the first place is a good idea.
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4 HVAC Tips To Prepare Your Home For Vacation

27 July 2017
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If you are like many Americans, you will be spending some time away to relax and have fun during your summer vacation. Spending time away from home is ideal for unwinding, but you should prepare your home for this time apart. As much as half of your home's total energy usage stems from heating and cooling, so ensuring your system is prepared for the time you will be away can conserve energy and save you money.
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Don’t Let Your AC Be Foiled—Clean Your Condenser Coils

14 July 2017
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One of the main components of an AC system is the condenser unit located outside of your home. The condenser consists of a set of coils and a fan used to pump air over them. These coils are responsible for cooling the vaporized refrigerant running through them so that it can condense back to a liquid and cycle back to the evaporator coils in your house. The outside location of these coils can create challenges that you, the homeowner, must deal with in order to keep the coils running as efficiently as possible.
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Energy Savings Out Of Thin Air: 4 Tips To Supplement Solar Panels With Wind And Other Renewable Energies

27 June 2017
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Energy costs are constantly on the rise and you seem to be paying more for utilities. The installation of home solar panel arrays is becoming popular to control costs. If you have invested in one of these small solar panel systems to supplement your electricity needs, it is probably not enough. Here are a few tips to supplement your solar panel array to rely less on the utility company: 1. HVAC Improvements with Renewable Energy to Reduce Costs
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Troubleshooting HVAC Issues

About a year ago, I realized that our air conditioner just wasn't cutting it. Our home was constantly hot and humid, even though our air conditioner was running almost all the time. In addition to driving up our energy bill, my entire family was tired of sweating constantly. To resolve the problem, we decided to hire an HVAC contractor to come out and fix the problem. He figured out that our compressor was damaged, and he replaced it for us. After that, our system ran great again. This blog is here for anyone who has ever had trouble diagnosing air conditioning problems.