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Cleaning My Indoor Air

Up until a few years ago, I would get sick whenever the seasons would change. I couldn't figure it out, until one day when an HVAC contractor pointed out my filthy air filters. I am embarrassed to say it, but I didn't know that air filters had to be changed at all, and all of that filthy air was circulating through my home. After I changed the air filters and started to take care of my HVAC system, my allergies got a lot better and I didn't feel as sick. I want other people to understand the massive benefits of taking care of their HVAC systems, so I put up this website.


Let It Run Or Turn It Off: What Constitutes An Air Conditioning Emergency

24 May 2016
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You can encounter a variety of issues with your air conditioning unit. Many of these issues are not an emergency. You can continue to run and use your air conditioner until an air conditioning repair company is able to make their way to your home and fix the problem. Other issues are emergencies. You should shut your air conditioner off and cease using it. In these cases, you may need to contact an air conditioning repair company who can fix air conditioning emergencies immediately, even if it is a weekend or after hours. Read More …

Choosing The Right AC For Home And Climate

10 May 2016
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The average American household spent $280 last year on cooling costs. Although this figure might seem deceptively low (costing you less than $25 per month annually). If you live in a much warmer climate zone, however, the key to keeping your AC costs reasonable is choosing the right AC unit for your home and your climate. Climate Outside Temperatures: the hotter it is where you live the bigger AC unit you'll need, right? That's a common misconception. Read More …

How a Pressure Tank Can Combat Your Home’s Low Water Pressure Woes

9 May 2016
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Having strong, reliable water pressure is important for carrying out many of the tasks you take for granted throughout your home. When your water pressure is less than expected, it's time to take action. Getting rid of debris buildup within the plumbing system can take care of most low water pressure issues. But if you're dealing with low water pressure at the source, such as a weak municipal water supply or a low pressure well, you may need to use a pressure tank to help maintain normal water pressure. Read More …

How Do Acidic Foods Damage Commercial Freezers?

4 May 2016
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You might not think about how you store acidic foods in your commercial freezer, but it can easily turn into a big deal if you're not careful. Given enough time, many of the foods you store can easily contribute to corrosion issues in your freezer. This can lead to serious malfunctions that result in equipment downtime and potentially lost profit.   The following offers an in-depth guide on how certain corrosive foods can damage your commercial freezer and how you can prevent that damage from happening. Read More …

Tips For Troubleshooting Your Home’s HVAC System When It Stops Heating Properly

27 April 2016
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If you have noticed that your home is not as warm as it has been in the past, you may wonder if there could be an issue with your HVAC system's furnace. If so, use the following tips below to find the issue and possibly fix it yourself. Start With The Thermostat Before even looking at your furnace, start your troubleshooting with the thermostat. First, examine the switch to make sure it is flipped to the heat setting. Read More …