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Indoor Air Quality, Pregnancy, And AC Service Issues

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Are you expecting? The special attention you pay to what goes into your body shouldn’t stop at food choice and drinks. Along with what you eat, the indoor air can affect both your and your baby’s health. Take a look at what you need to know about pregnancy, AC service, indoor air quality, and your home’s HVAC system. What Is Indoor Air Quality? As the name implies, indoor air quality (or IAQ) is the quality of the air indoors.…

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Three New Air Conditioner Mistakes To Avoid

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If you are having a new air conditioner installed, you trust that it will be working well and efficiently as soon as it is in place. By ensuring that the following mistakes are avoided, you can be sure that your AC will perform as promised. 1. The Unit Is Too Large An overly large AC unit won’t cool your home more efficiently; instead, it will just cost you more money in the long run.…

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Dealing With Mild Air Conditioner Woes

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It’s summer, which means a lot of people in the country are going to be running their air conditioner. It also means that a lot of air conditioners are going to stop working properly, because that’s what happens when you use something. Eventually it stops working properly and needs to be fixed. Sometimes, whatever needs to be fixed is something you can take care of, and of course sometimes you’ll need to call in some air conditioning services to repair your unit.…

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Signs That You Need to Schedule Furnace Maintenance Before Fall

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Once warm weather arrives, many people turn off their furnaces and forget all about it until fall. Unfortunately, that can be a huge mistake. Those little issues you noticed during the winter won’t go away over summer, but trying to get them fixed during the fall and early winter busy season can be a challenge. Taking care of furnace maintenance issues during the summer ensures that you will be warm and cozy once the temperatures begin to plummet in a few months.…

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Are These 4 Things Harming Your Home's AC System?

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Care for your home’s central air conditioning system and it can easily last you for 12–15 years before needing replacement. Unfortunately, even with regular inspections and tune-ups, your home’s cooling system could be working harder than it needs to. And when your system is working harder than it should, you may find yourself needing to make premature repairs or replacement. By being aware of some of the most common AC problems and how to avoid them, you can take better care of your home’s cooling system and keep it running smoothly for many years to come.…

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Do You Worry Your Elderly Parent Who Lives Alone Has A Bad Heater? Get It Inspected And Consider New Installation Today

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If you worry that your parent’s heating system will fail them soon because it isn’t working properly, it’s time to investigate the unit. Their furnace could be costing them too much money to run because it’s outdated and inefficient, or because the unit has flaws. You need the heating system to be examined, and this doesn’t mean just the furnace. Here are the things you want to know. The Efficiency and Function of the Furnace…

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Why You Should Never Attempt To Service Your Own Heating System

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Are you a person who loves DIY projects? Perhaps you have watched online tutorials and successfully fixed a few things around your home. Do not make the mistake of ever attempting to complete a heating system job on your own. There are many reasons why these repairs and services should be left to professionals to perform. The following points will help you to understand some of the core reasons why a layperson should not try to service their own furnace and other components of their heating system.…

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Three Ways To Keep Your Air Conditioning Ducts In Great Shape

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Your air conditioner’s duct work is one of the most important components of your entire system, and it deserves regular care to match. Without maintenance, duct work can start leaking air, letting in dust, and losing its insulation, all of which can result in higher energy bills and the potential for more expensive repairs down the line. When you’re thinking of your annual air conditioning maintenance, here are three things to remember.…

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Finding, Checking, And Repairing Your AC Evaporator

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Your home’s split-unit air conditioning system contains many vital components located in both your outdoor condenser unit and in your home, generally near your furnace or air handler. Although the compressor is the part of any system that most homeowners are most familiar with, it is far from being the only critical element. Keeping your home comfortable requires every part of your air conditioning system to be working efficiently, and this includes your evaporator coil.…

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Why Is My Furnace Fan Running Constantly?

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If you notice that your fan is running all the time, you will want to know that this is not how your furnace should be operating. There are several problems that this can indicate. If your fan is set to auto, it should only run if your furnace is in the heating cycle. If it keeps running, this can be a sign that there is one of several problems. There are some homeowners who deliberately choose to set their to run continuously.…

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