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Archive for September, 2018

5 Ways to Prepare Your HVAC System for Winter

As winter draws near, make sure your HVAC system is equipped for optimal performance. By following these 5 winter preparation tips, you can avoid breakdowns and costly repairs. 5 Ways to Prepare Your HVAC System for Winter Change the filter Your air conditioner has been running all summer. Now that you’re transitioning to winter time,

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What Are the Different Types of Furnaces?

What Are the Different Types of Furnaces?

Furnaces remain the most popular choice for home heating due to their high efficiency, low operating noise, long lifespans, compatibility, and more. Furnaces have great flexibility—there’s almost always a furnace to fit a home. Also referred to as a forced air system, the furnace acts as the core of your home’s central air system, used

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How to Measure Attic Insulation

According to Energy Star, 9 out of 10 homes in the U.S. are under-insulated. Fall is a great time to inspect your attic for proper insulation and add more if necessary. The temperatures are mild and even a small improvement can save you bundles on your winter heating bills. Continue reading to learn how to measure

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HVAC Preventive Maintenance Tips for Fall and Winter

HVAC Preventive Maintenance Tips for Fall and Winter

With the kids back in school and fall and winter holidays quickly approaching, now’s the perfect time to do some routine maintenance on your heating and cooling system. Learn how to prepare your air conditioner for a long hibernation as well as tips for waking up your heating system without any problems. The last thing

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Why You Should Always Replace Both AC Components

Why You Should Always Replace Both AC Components (Evaporator and Condenser Coils)

Last week, we discussed the reasons for and against replacing your air conditioner and furnace at the same time. While it can make sense to wait to replace your furnace (if it is less than 10 years old), it NEVER makes sense to install an indoor or outdoor AC unit without also replacing its indoor/outdoor

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