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Common Types Of Air Conditioners And When To Use Them

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Air conditioners come in many different designs, and each design is particularly useful in certain situations. If you need a new air conditioner, here are some common types of air conditioners and their ideal uses. Window Air Conditioners Window air conditioners are temporary units that slot into the opening of a window. They're smaller units, but they can effectively cool a room and are much less expensive than larger types of air conditioners.

24 March 2020

The Basics Of AC Installation Cost

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If you're looking to have a new air conditioning system installed in your home, you may be just starting the process of getting service quotes for the installation. For those who are considering their first air conditioning installation, the pricing process can be confusing. You may wonder what drives those prices. Here's a look at some of the things that can directly affect the cost of your new air conditioner installation.

14 February 2020

Reasons A Furnace Blows Cold Air Instead Of Hot

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If you feel really chilly in your house in the winter and decide to feel the vents, can you feel hot air coming from them? If you do this and find that the air coming from the vents is cold, you might have a problem with your furnace. Before you call a company for repairs, you may want to check a few things first to see if it is an issue you can fix.

17 January 2020

AC Coil Keeps Freezing? You Might Have A Coolant Or Air Filter Problem

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When working properly, your evaporator coil should keep your home cool inside. But if the coil constantly freezes up, there could be a hidden problem with your coolant lines or air filter. If you follow the simple diagnostic steps below, you might be able to find the cause of your frozen evaporator coil. Does Your Air Filter Appear Clean or Clogged? A clean and properly fitting air filter can prevent a number of problems with your cooling system, including a frozen evaporator coil.

26 December 2019

Understand The Signs Of Trouble: How To Monitor Your Heater For Repair Concerns

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If you haven't given your heater much thought this winter, it's time to start. Cold winter weather can cause a variety of problems for your heater. Unfortunately, most people don't monitor their heater during the winter. If you want to be able to take care of repairs quickly, you need to know what you're looking for. The tips provided here will help you learn ways to identify heater problems quickly.  

19 November 2019

4 Things To Do Before Having An Air Conditioner Installed In Your Home

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Being able to get the most out of your day will be much easier when you're comfortable. This means having a home that consistently has the right temperature in it. During the summer months, you'll want to work with a professional in your area to have an air conditioner installed. It's vital to know some of the things you should do to get ready for this major home improvement  task.

17 October 2019

3 Things That Need To Be Done Before AC Installation Day

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If you're preparing to have a new air conditioning unit installed in your home, you might be looking forward to installation day. After all, if you have been going without air conditioning, you are probably ready to bring your home down to a more comfortable temperature. Even if you currently have a functioning air conditioning unit, you might be looking forward to having a more reliable and eco-friendly unit in place.

13 September 2019

All The HVAC Services You Can Expect When You Hire An HVAC Contractor

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Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning; that is what HVAC stands for. Yet, you probably do not know all about all of the various services tied to HVAC services. It is such a broad and varied set of services that most HVAC contractors spend at least two years learning and studying these systems before they receive their HVAC licenses. Here is a large portion of the services you can expect when you hire an HVAC contractor to work for you.

4 August 2019

What To Do When Your AC Just Can't Cool Enough

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A common complaint about air conditioning is that is isn't cooling enough -- the house seems too warm, so the air conditioner must be failing, right? Not necessarily. While a faulty or broken air conditioner can be the cause of your troubles, sometimes there are other forces at play. In any case, you need to be able to distinguish between a true air conditioning problem and times when you're just not going to get enough cooling service, even from a system in perfect shape.

30 June 2019

Using Propane In An Outdoor Kitchen And Patio Space

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Have you been dreaming of building an outdoor kitchen and patio? Would you like to position it as far from the house as possible? Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help you find some solutions to the problems you may be facing. Think Propane! Before you begin getting concerned with calling an electrician to come out and provide you with an estimate to run electricity to the outdoor kitchen, consider using propane for all of your needs.

22 May 2019