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Renovating an Older Home? What to Know When Changing the Heating System

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Purchasing and renovating an older home is a dream come true for those who enjoy DIY home repair projects. However, if the home will require a new heating system, as many older homes often do, it is important to make sure that the work is done correctly. In addition, older home owners may also want to consider switching their home heat type from gas or oil to a cleaner burning electric model.…

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Having A Noisy Furnace? Here Is What Is To Blame

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A noisy furnace will mess with the relaxing environment in your home. This, in addition to the fact that furnace noises are usually an early symptom of serious problems, makes detecting and fixing the sources of these noises a must. The following are the most common causes of furnace noises that you should know. Expanding and contracting ductwork When you start your furnace, it starts pushing warm air through the ducts.…

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2 Tips That Can Help You Reduce Your Air Conditioning Expenses

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One of the most important things that you can do in the summer is to ensure that your air conditioner is working as efficiently as possible, mostly so that you can reduce your air conditioning expenses. Listed below are two tips that you can follow in order to reduce your air conditioning expenses. Clean Your Filter One of the easiest steps that you can take in order to improve your cooling system’s efficiency is to make sure that you clean the air conditioner’s filter.…

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Common Myths Associated With Geothermal Heating And Cooling

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Geothermal heating and cooling consistently delivers, and it is a method that many homeowners have begun to consider for heating and cooling their homes. If you have considered geothermal energy installation in your home, you might have performed some research and heard some misinformation. Unfortunately, there are plenty of myths surrounding geothermal heating. This guide will help to clear up some of the misinformation. Myth: Geothermal systems use a lot of electricity.…

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Think Winter Isn't The Time To Service Your Air Conditioner? Think Again!

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Fall is here and winter is around the corner. In many parts of the country, homeowners have turned off their air conditioners for the season. Now is the perfect time to service your air conditioner and keep it protected from seasonal hazards. Maintaining your air conditioner in the fall and winter will help ensure that the unit is ready to cool your home in the coming year. Change the Air Filter…

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Five Things You Need To Do Now To Get Your Furnace Ready For The Cold

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The temperature has already started dropping for the season across the United States, and the coldest part of the year will soon be here. If you want to stay comfortable when the winter weather arrives, you have to make sure that your HVAC system is up to the challenge of subzero temperatures.  Get your furnace in great shape for the coming cold by taking care of the following: Clear any obstacles away from the area around your furnace…

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How To Stop Water Leaks From Your Air Conditioner

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You’d expect water to leak from a faucet or a pipe, but finding out your air conditioning system can spring a leak can be a bit of a shock. Your A/C system isn’t connected to your plumbing in any way, so what’s the deal? The following explains how these leaks can happen and how you can fix them. What Causes A/C System Leaks As warm, humid air passes through the A/C system’s evaporator coil, the coil absorbs the latent heat within the air.…

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Cooling Issues That Indicate The Need For An HVAC Contractor

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If you want to make sure that your home is staying as cool as you would like it to be during the hotter months of the year, you will need to know the signs that indicate the need for professional HVAC help. Take a moment to review the following signs of cooling trouble so you will know when to take action. Not All Rooms Are Cooling Off The Same…

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Seemingly Simple Home Maintenance Issues Best Left To A Professional

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Do you consider yourself a well-qualified homeowner with a garage full of tools and plenty of experience as a DIY handyman? Even if you don’t know how to do something, you can always pull up a how-to article or video and figure it out. You may be perfectly equipped to handle simple tasks, such as fixing a small leak in a pipe or even cleaning your ducts, but there will always be those tasks around the house that seem simple, but are better left to someone who has professional experience.…

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Should You Have Multiple HVAC Systems Instead Of One?

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Most people only have one central HVAC system for their home. There’s a good chance they might not have ever even thought about why since that’s the way their home was when they bought it and the other homes they considered also had one HVAC system. However, there might be cases where it’s better to have multiple HVAC systems to cover different areas of your home. Here’s what you should consider.…

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