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Chill Out: Walk-In Cooler Properties

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The average person has a refrigerator with an attached freezer in their home ranging anywhere from 9 to 30 cubic feet in size. But larger establishments like hospitals and restaurants need to be able to safely store and keep cool a much larger amount of food. Walk-in coolers and freezers are ideal because they provide optimum refrigeration and freezing for perishable food, while making it easy for employees to get what they need quickly.…

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Installing LEED Certified HVAC Systems

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LEED certification is an official way for your business to go green Many businesses are going these green these days. Not only does going green cut costs for the company, it can improve worker productivity, help the environment, and also be used as amarketing angle. One of the hottest trends in going green is to have the building that your business is conducted in LEED certified. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.…

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Glacier In Your Mechanical Room? How To Deal With Frozen Evaporator Coils

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One common problem during the cooling season occurs when the evaporator coils inside your home freeze over. When ice forms on the coils, it can completely cut off the air flow to your home, which will prevent your unit from cooling your home, but it can also cause damage to your AC unit. In most cases, frozen coils are a problem that you can take care of on your own.…

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