What Are The Best A/C Options For Your Boiler-Heated Home?

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Whether your home was constructed before central air conditioning was a "thing" or your current air conditioner has given up the ghost, you may be wondering what you can do to ensure your home remains cool and comfortable for summers to come. Boiler heat can be highly efficient, but it doesn't have a corresponding air conditioning method, which means you'll need to search for some other way to cool your home.

10 October 2017

2 Great Ways To Improve HVAC Efficiency

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Your HVAC system needs some care and maintenance over the years if you want it to remain functional and efficient. Of course, there are components in an HVAC system and many things can possibly go wrong. While most serious repairs, especially if they involve electrical or gas components, need to be looked at and serviced by HVAC techs, there are quite a few simple things that you can fix yourself. This article explains some of the best DIY repairs for central HVAC systems.

17 September 2017

How To Troubleshoot And Replace A Failed Air Conditioning Fan Run Capacitor

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If your air conditioner has ceased blowing cold air, then your compressor unit outside might have a failed run capacitor. When the capacitor fails, your HVAC system will only blow warm air.   Run Capacitor Basics A run capacitor is a cylindrical metal part with a red and a black wire attached to terminals on its top end. The capacitor's function is to store up extra electrical current to provide an extra jolt of power to start electrical components.

23 August 2017

Electrical Baseboard Heating May Actually Be A Good Choice In A Moderate Climate

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Electric baseboard heating is a type of heating system that consists of a series of heaters placed along the walls where they meet the floor. Generally, each room has its own baseboard heater. It draws electricity to warm up a burner, similar to those seen on an electric stove, and the burner passes warmth on into the air. Electrical baseboard home heating has been around for a long time, but in the past few decades, it has gotten a bit of a bad rap as energy-efficiency has become a key goal among homeowners.

3 August 2017

Commercial Air Conditioning Tips

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The air conditioning needs of a commercial building can be drastically different than those of a residential property. Often, these buildings are much larger, and this will place unique demands on these systems. A few tips can help you by reducing the odds of you overlooking valuable options during the process of choosing a commercial air conditioners. Have A Cooling Evaluation Of Your Building Performed Unless you have previous experience with air conditioning systems, you may find it extremely difficult to determine the amount of air conditioning that your building will require.

24 July 2017

Heading Out For Vacation? 3 Steps To Prepping Your HVAC Unit

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You are excited to finally be taking the extended vacation of your dreams, and you have arranged for someone to take care of your pets, plants, and lawn. Yet, you still need to figure out how to make sure your air conditioning unit is good while you are away. Before you pack your suitcase, use these three tips to have full confidence that your HVAC system is ready for you to go.

13 July 2017

Tips For Preventing Issues With Your Air Conditioner

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A residential air conditioning unit can be the only thing that is keeping your home a comfortable place to be during the summer. While this device will be indispensable for those living in areas with extremely hot summers, homeowners will frequently fail to appreciate the steps that they should be following to care for their powerful air conditioning systems. Prevent The Air Conditioner From Flooding A flooded air conditioning unit can be a rather expensive problem to encounter.

23 June 2017