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3 Questions To Ask When Replacing Your AC System

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Not only is it essential for keeping your home and family cool during the warmer seasons, but air conditioning is also important for conditioning the air. Without a system that works properly, you will not only experience excessively high temperatures in the house, but you may also be living with high levels of humidity, allergies, and even mold growth. Therefore, replacing your system once it is in severe distress is smart.…

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Common Problems With Fire Tube Boiler Systems

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In an industrial setting, the traditional fire tube boiler system is a logical boiler to use. These highly efficient units have the power to generate heat and steam with as little fuel as possible, but occasionally, they do have problems. Take a peek at some of the common problems with fire tube boilers that may require professional repair.  There is a high concentration of solids in the tube.  If there is salt content in the water that fills the boiler, the salt can solidify when it cools, which can be an issue because of the way the fire tube boiler is designed.…

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When Spring Is A Little Too Cold: How To Warm Up To The Idea Of Warmer Weather Coming

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We’re nearly into April, and most of the country is still a little too cold for most people. It is technically Spring since the equinox is here and gone, but the air is still quite chilly. If you wish things would warm faster, but you find yourself not quite warming to the idea of a chilly spring, here is what you can do about it.  Slowly Recalibrate Your Internal Thermostat by Slowly Adjusting the Heat in Your Home…

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What To Do When Your Home's AC Is Shaking

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Most people expect some noise from their air conditioner. Humming or an occasional pop isn’t anything to cause concern. What should cause concern is shaking. If the ducts and vents in your home seem to shake, or worse, if the outdoor unit vibrates and shakes, you likely have a problem that requires immediate repair. The following guide can help you address these concerns. What causes shaking? Vibration is normal for the outdoor unit of your air conditioner.…

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IAQ Considerations For Your Home Office

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Indoor air quality is a major concern for people with home offices. Most people who work from their homes don’t know the major causes of air pollution in their home offices, and this tends to be a major headache to them. Well, you can consult a heating contractor in that case to assist you in improving your IAQ for your home office. In addition to that, here are a few considerations to make.…

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Four Reasons For Poor HVAC Airflow

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Forced air HVAC systems make use of a fan and blower system to move heated or chilled air throughout your home. Damage to or obstructions within the system can reduce airflow and cause all sorts of complications for your HVAC systems, negatively affecting their performance and reducing your home’s comfort levels. Understanding some of the most common reasons for poor airflow can help you determine how to best fix them.…

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3 Common Furnace Problems and Ways to Troubleshoot Them

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During the winter months, you probably rely on your furnace a lot. Unfortunately, it will not always work correctly. Here are three common problems your furnace might experience and solutions for them.  Dirty Filter  If you notice that your heating bills are unexpectedly high, the culprit may be a dirty air filter. When this part collects too much dust and debris, your furnace actually has to work harder at bringing in warm air.…

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How A Hurricane Can Affect Your Air Conditioner

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Your entire home might be at risk of serious damage if there is a hurricane approaching your area. This even includes your air conditioning system. These are some of the different ways that a hurricane can affect your air conditioning system. Flooding First of all, since your air conditioning system is designed to be installed outdoors, it’s obviously designed to be exposed to rain. However, there is a difference between your unit getting wet during a rainstorm and completely sitting under water because of flooding, which is common during hurricanes.…

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Your AC Unit And Flooding

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The outdoor portion of your air conditioning unit is designed for all types of weather conditions, including heavy rain. However, even the toughest air conditioning system isn’t designed to resist long-term flooding or being submerged. Fortunately, just because your unit was flooded doesn’t mean that you’ll need expensive repairs or a replacement. Here are some things you should know about flooding and your outdoor air conditioning unit, and what to do before and after a storm.…

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Why Knowing Commercial AC Terms Is Important

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Setting up a commercial air conditioning system is a job that carries with it a slew of challenges. As the customer, it’s a good idea to have some familiarity with the terminology used within the industry. If you want a professional to know that you understand what you’re talking about, here are 5 concepts to keep in mind. Tonnage Most people are familiar with the use of British thermal units, usually stated as BTUs, in the industry to express capacity.…

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