Archive for the 'HVAC' Category

October 13th, 2021
Changing your air filter is an important part of keeping your heating and cooling system running smoothly. This is because the air filter prevents dust and debris from getting inside the HVAC unit. If you’ve recently changed the air filter in your unit, but it stopped working soon after, it can be...
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April 8th, 2021
Your thermostat is an integral part of your heating and air conditioning system. Without it, your system would not be able to function properly. The thermostat calls for when the unit comes on and cuts off. It is important that you know everything about your thermostat to ensure that you are using...
January 21st, 2021
A common problem with HVAC units arises when they work too long and too hard, resulting in overheating. Once the unit overheats, it could either trip the circuit breaker or stop working altogether. To prevent yourself from falling victim, it would be best to acquaint yourself with the reasons that...
January 7th, 2021
With so many people glued to electronic devices while stuck at home, energy costs are rapidly rising throughout the United States. Not only is this bad for the environment, but it is also hard on the wallet. To bring awareness to our rising energy consumption, National Cut Your Energy Cost Day was...
December 17th, 2020
Homeowners insurance may or may not cover HVAC units. The insurance policies available will indicate how they can cover the HVAC units in their terms and conditions. If a covered peril damages the company, then you can get compensation. Check your policy documents, and you will know when you may...
December 3rd, 2020
The modern air conditioner went through thousands of years of evolution to get to its present state. It's good to learn the facts about what people used to do to stay cool and comfortable during the hottest days of the year. Review these fun facts about HVAC systems that you may not know. Coyne...
November 9th, 2020
Once the holidays begin, you may not wish to imagine that they end considering the perfect moment you spend with your family. The essential thing that you should not forget is your HVAC. Setting out for a holiday without ensuring that your HVAC is in good condition may see you coming back to your...
October 22nd, 2020
Halloween is one of those few times of the year when adults get the chance to spend some time playing around and reliving their youth. From the candy to the costumes and decorations, we all want to feel like we did when we were young and heading out to trick or treat with our friends. The problem...
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October 8th, 2020
When October rolls around, it's time for some spooky surprises. While seeing your neighborhood children all dress up can be a good surprise, many homeowners worry about some eerie incidents that can happen this fall involving their HVAC system. By knowing the most common spooky instances, you can...
September 24th, 2020
Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, commonly referred to as the HVAC system, is an integral part of keeping your house at a comfortable temperature. However, many different parts make up this system, and you may be confused by all of it. Fortunately, we're here to help! Here are some...
July 14th, 2020
Your HVAC system is an essential component of your home. Getting it serviced regularly is essential to keeping it in good condition throughout the year. Here are some common misconceptions that people have about HVAC services that we're going to debunk. You Only Need To Call A Professional When You...
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April 2nd, 2020
HVAC systems are probably one of your home’s most expensive investments geared towards making your home comfortable and inhabitable. It takes faithful preventative maintenance and seasonal tune-up practices to keep your HVAC system running efficiently and smoothly for extended periods. These...
February 20th, 2020
Since HVAC systems provide the same functions of heating and cooling, regardless of where they're installed, it's common to think that there's no difference between residential and commercial systems. The truth is that there are many differences between the two sectors such as size, complexity, and...
February 5th, 2020
If you've acted on the decision of making your basement space a livable area, then you've likely installed your drywall, put in fixtures, and so forth. Now, the only thing left for you to do is to install an HVAC system to control the temperature in the area. Installing an HVAC system is a...
October 17th, 2019
If you live in Illinois, you know that winters in this area can be harsh. From freezing temperatures to snow, this area is known for its chilling winter months. By winterizing your HVAC unit, you can be certain that your home will stay warm and comfy throughout the season. Check your filter, clean...
August 22nd, 2019
A commodity that few people can live without is an HVAC unit. This unit provides heating for those chilly winter temperatures and air conditioning for the sweltering heat of the summer. In order to achieve maximum comfort in your home or business, the climate should be controlled. Yet for new...
June 15th, 2018
If you suddenly notice that your HVAC systems at home are starting to malfunction or experience other kinds of problems, there is a possibility that it is due to not being properly maintained. Owners of HVAC systems in their households should know that regular maintenance can come with lots of...
May 15th, 2018
Heating and cooling systems have been around for quite some time and now dominate many households. As humans built homes to shield them off from external harmful elements, the temperature was another tricky factor to conquer. Thus the HVAC was born through the desire of people wanting to control...
February 15th, 2018
There are certain things a responsible homeowner must know and must make sure of when getting an HVAC System installed. Your heating and cooling system will be the one providing comfort to you and your loved ones in the different temperatures that come with the change of weather and season, so...
October 2nd, 2017
  One of your AC unit’s functions is to get rid of the humidity within your home. To do this, your evaporator coil absorbs the heat and gathers moisture. When this moisture oozes down into the condensate pan, it is removed down into your wastewater plumbing system by a drain and a pump. The...
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September 14th, 2017
You might not be a pro at HVAC concerns, but you should be well-equipped in knowing what to expect from a reliable professional. It can be easy to make the mistake of hiring someone lacking in the expertise and legal qualifications when you don’t know what to look...
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July 15th, 2017
Like most people, a home will probably be the largest and most significant purchase you will make in your life. It's your shelter and the place where you build your life with your family. One of the things that make buying or selling a house stressful is the nagging fear that something will break...
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June 1st, 2017
If you’re still using a traditional thermostat, you may still be manually adjusting it between its heating and cooling modes. That can be a real hassle especially during the autumn and spring seasons. Having to switch through different temperatures all throughout the day and through the night with...
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May 15th, 2017
According to the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, there is no scientific support that regular duct cleaning is required. Air ducts are only one of the many sources of indoor air pollutants, and one of the most unlikely at that. Most pollutants that...
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