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Is your air conditioning system ready for the upcoming summer? Have you done all that is necessary to prevent damage during the winter? Do you know what you have to do before you turn the air conditioning on for the first time this year? You can learn all of this and so much more by visiting my site. The tips, advice and information you find on my site will be valuable in many ways. You can learn a few things to do on your own to save a little money on your yearly use and maintenance of your air conditioning equipment.


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5 Reasons To Make A New Air Conditioner Your New Year's Resolution

With the advent of the New Year comes a long list of resolutions to be made, whether it involves losing a few pounds, taking up a new hobby, or finally finishing up that project you've been working on for eons. Adding a new air conditioner to that list makes sense, but it's often the last thing you'd think about until you're in desperate need of one. Right now is a great time to invest in improvements to your home's heating and cooling, including an upgrade to your current A/C equipment.

Common HVAC System Issues To Know About

Although an HVAC system is one of the most luxurious things to have in a house when it comes to fluctuating outside temperatures, it can cause frustration as well. For instance, many things can become problematic with an HVAC system that causes a homeowner the continuous need to spend money on repairs. In some cases, it is wiser to get a new system installed rather than making repairs, such as when you have an old system.

When To Call Your HVAC Contractor

There are some things that re really easy to do around your house on your own like changing a light bulb but here are some other things that re a bit more difficult like taking care of your furnace. Luckily, there are HVAC contractors that can help you with all of your heating and cooling needs so that everything runs properly. Because winter is just around the corner, this article will take a closer look at some reasons why you may want to call an HVAC contractor. Read on to learn a little bit more.

Fan Coil Units: A Primer

If you are responsible for large scale commercial or residential building maintenance, then it is likely that you have come across fan coil units, commonly referred to as FCUs, as a heating and cooling solution. Fan coil units are relatively simple devices that help cool or heat fresh air that will be circulating through the living spaces of a structure. Fan coil units are commonly found in a wide variety of applications across commercial, residential, and industrial spaces.

Dealing With An Old Heating System When First Moving In

Purchasing and moving into an older home will require good inspection before you attempt to settle in. Everything from the floors, the ceiling, and roof to the HVAC system needs to be inspected prior to moving in. When you purchase an older home, the parts of some systems are likely to be older. Even if the home passed inspection by the mortgage and insurance company, you may still want to make changes and tune-ups before you settle into your place.

Why You Need Commercial AC In Your Warehouse

Box fans and ceiling fans aren't enough to manage the temperatures and other air quality issues in your warehouse. Discover why you need to invest in commercial air conditioning for the safe operation of your company. Ventilation Commercial air conditioners work by filtering air through your warehouse via vents. These vents pull cold air from the large AC unit(s) and disperse it into the air. Ventilating your hot and stuffy warehouse is important for your employees and the inventory you have within the large facility.

Just A Little Cooler: How To Help Your AC Keep You Cool This Summer

Now that summer is here, things are going to be heating up. Whether you're dealing with 100 degree temperatures in Kansas City or 115 degrees in Palm Springs, you want your home to stay cool. Unfortunately, it's not always possible for your air conditioner to keep up with your constant demand for cool air. Before you get mad at your air conditioner, you might want to take a look around your house.

Believing These 3 Myths About Air Conditioners Can Cost You Money

You rely on your air conditioning unit to keep your home at a comfortable temperature on hot summer days, but how much do you know about how it works? What you don't know may be costing you money by increasing your monthly energy bills or causing hidden damage to your air conditioner. To help you understand more about your air conditioning system, here are three common myths about air conditioners that lead to damage and energy inefficiency:

Avoid Plumbing Mishaps Associated With Your Preschooler's Interest In Water And Faucets

If your preschooler is inquisitive and lately has been watching in awe as you fill the bathtub with water or wash dishes after meals, you may be concerned about your child getting into mischief if they decide to turn on faucets without your knowledge. Avoid mishaps that include clogged drains, an overflowing tub or basin, or a water-related injury with the tips that follow.  Discuss The Importance Of Safety Speak to your child about some of the hazards associated with the improper use of household plumbing.

Your Air Conditioner Is Freezing Up For These Two Reasons

An air conditioner is supposed to keep your home cool during hot days, but it shouldn't do that by turning into a mechanical popsicle. Unfortunately, sometimes A/C units will literally do just that by freezing up. Here are two reasons why this may occur and what you can do to fix the problem. The Drain System is Clogged Air conditioners produce a lot of water, because their job is to removed moisture from the air, which helps cool the home.