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Hot Water Heater Maintenance Tips To Prevent A Breakdown

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Your water heater helps makes it so you can shower and wash dishes with nice, hot water. Without your water heater, even washing your hands can be a pain. The problem is that you often don’t know there is an issue with your water heater until it’s too late. Maintaining your water heater will help prevent issues with your water heater. Read on for maintenance tips to help you prevent a breakdown of your hot water heater. Read More»

Don't Miss The Signs That Indicate That Your Central AC System Is In Trouble

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If you enjoy having a nicely cooled house during the hot summer months, you are going to want to make sure that you are on the lookout for signs of AC trouble. This way, if there are some signs that indicate that there is a chance that there is something going terribly wrong with the AC unit, you can make a call to the residential AC repair company. Here are some of the signs that you need to look for: Read More»

Home Heating Up? 4 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Won't Turn On

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When you’re in the middle of a heatwave, the last thing you want is to deal with is a broken air conditioner. Unfortunately, that can happen more often than you think, especially when it’s running around the clock. If your air conditioner shuts off, and won’t come back on, use the information provided here to locate the problem. Your Disconnect Switches Are Off If your air conditioner has stopped working, the first thing you should do is check the thermostat. Read More»

2 Things To Consider When Buying A New Air Conditioner

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When your air conditioner reaches a certain age, it may stop working, which means you are going to need AC replacement. But getting a new one isn’t really as easy as just closing your eyes and blindly pointing at an air conditioner. You may get one that is too large or too small. Too large an air conditioner means it won’t go through a proper cooling cycle, and it will make your air conditioner work harder than it needs to. Read More»

Commercial AC Tips To Minimize Your Environmental Footprint

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If you are an ecologically minded business owner, you may be concerned with the amount of resources your company uses to keep its building cool in summer. While having the building completely retrofitted with modern green technology may not be in the budget, there are steps you can take to lower your environmental footprint while still ensuring the comfort of your employees and customers. The following tips can help. Install a programmable thermostat Read More»

Why Cleaning Your Furnace Is Important

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Your furnace is a lot like the other appliances in your home. You wouldn’t expect your oven to work if you never do any cleaning or maintenance to it, the same goes for your furnace. Your furnace should be cleaned and maintained properly, or it could end up breaking down unexpectedly. Read on why cleaning your furnace should be cleaned. To Keep Your Air Clean A properly cleaned and maintained furnace and HVAC system will ensure your air in your home is cleaner than if you don’t clean the furnace at all. Read More»

Two Tips To Get Your Home Ready For Spring

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Spring is around the corner and you need to ensure your home is ready for it. Planning things now will save you a lot of time and trouble. To get started, below are two tips of things you should do before spring arrives. HVAC Maintenance Spring is the perfect time to contact an HVAC contractor to have your system maintained. The last thing you want to have happen is to turn on the AC and have warm air blowing instead of cool. Read More»

3 Ways To Take The Stress Off Your Warehouse's Commercial HVAC System

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With such a large space to keep at a comfortable temperature, a warehouse must have a high-capacity cooling system that can involve the use of multiple units. This investment in a cooling system can be pretty expensive. Therefore, keeping your AC systems operating well through proper maintenance is highly important. Beyond the typical service checks and maintenance examinations, there are also some things you can do to help take some of the stress off of the system, especially during really hot times of the year when the system is working its hardest. Read More»

4 Maintenance Tips To Prevent Wear And Costly Repairs During The Winter Heating Season

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During the winter months, there is a lot of maintenance that needs to be done around your home, which should include the upkeep of your furnace. A good heating maintenance routine this winter will help to prevent problems and improve the efficiency of your heating system. Here are some maintenance tips that will help prevent wear and costly repairs through the winter heating season: 1. Get A Head Start on Maintenance with Early Servicing of Your Furnace Read More»

What To Do When Your Furnace Suddenly Stops Working

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When the weather is very cold, you will want to make sure that you are doing all you can in order to keep your furnace in good shape. However, there may come a time when, despite how well you have cared or it, the furnace will suddenly stop working. This may come out of nowhere, so you will want to make sure that you are prepared in regard to what you need to do. Read More»