Cleaning My Indoor Air

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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.


Tips to Help You Solve Short Cycling in Your HVAC System

3 January 2017
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Around 100 million American homes feature air conditioning. If you have a central air conditioning unit, you know how invaluable this appliance can be on hot summer days. Even the most responsible homeowners can suffer from a serious issue with their central air conditioning unit, and chances are you don't even realize it's happening. If you've never heard of short cycling, or believe that your air conditioner is exhibiting this common issue, here is some information to help you diagnose and put an end to short cycling: Read More …

Gas Furnace Blowing Cold Air? It’s Probably One Of These Easy-To-Fix Problems

23 August 2016
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If your home feels cold and drafty in the winter, even after turning on the heat, you may think that your gas furnace is damaged or broken. Sometimes, furnaces blow cold air because they're just plain dirty. The air vents in the ceiling and/or flooring can also have problems that prevent warm air from entering your home's rooms. Instead of spending this winter chilly and uncomfortable, check your heating system for these easy-to-fix problems. Read More …

3 Ways To Use Fans To Help Your Home Stay Cooler In The Summer

31 May 2016
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If you are trying to save money on cooling your house but are not quite ready to replace your old, outdated central AC system, you may want to focus on using fans in your house to help keep the house cooler. Fans circulate air, and you can use ceiling fans and box fans to help cut back on the use of your central AC system. This will be cheaper, and it could make a big difference with the temperature in your home. Read More …

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 …