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Why You Should Hire A Heating Service When Adding A Home Addition

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If you are adding an addition to your home, then you will probably want to work with a heating service along the way. Some of the reasons why it's worth it to hire a home heating service during this important time are listed below. They Can Help With Necessary Permits When you think about building permits, you might think about getting those permits when building a home. However, when adding on to your home, there is a good chance that you will need to get permits for your project, too.

4 September 2020

Central Air Conditioning May Be Better For Your Home

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If you are currently using something like a window air conditioner or a stand-alone air conditioner, then you may be getting by, but unless you have had central air conditioning in your home before, then you may not even realize what you are missing. By reading more, you will learn just how different your home life can be if you decide to have a central HVAC system installed instead of continuing to use the portable or window units you have been.

6 August 2020

How A Commercial Air Conditioning Repair Service Can Help You Maintain A More Sustainable Business

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If you want to do everything that you can to run a sustainable business, you will probably want to look for a little bit of help along the way. For example, if you work with a commercial air conditioning service, you will probably find that they can help you run a more environmentally sustainable business. This can be true for the reasons below and more.  Conserve Energy When You Can

8 July 2020

6 Air Conditioner Problems That Require Repair

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The heat of summer is exactly when you're most likely to encounter problems with your air conditioner because of how much you're running it. Many functions can go awry even in a relatively new unit. Below are some of the most common issues that require professional repair. 1. Refrigerant Leaks Your air conditioner functions by drawing air over evaporator coils to cool it. Inside the coils is a refrigerant. The coils can develop cracks or holes because of corrosion and other issues, a situation which allows the refrigerant to leak.

29 May 2020

The Small Business Owner's Guide To Energy-Efficient Commercial Refrigeration Design

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If you are a small business owner, you want to make sure that the installations in your business as efficient as possible. Mechanical systems like commercial refrigeration can be costly to your business if they do not have a modern and efficient design. The following energy-efficient commercial refrigeration guide for small businesses will help your business save money with more efficient mechanical systems: 1. Choose Commercial Refrigeration That Is Not Oversized Or Undersized For Your Needs

28 April 2020

How To Choose A New Furnace

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Check the AFUE and Energy Star Ratings There are two main ratings that you need to keep in mind when installing a new furnace. The Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency rating indicates the efficiency of the furnace. The closer this number is to 100 percent, the more efficient the furnace's fuel use and the less it costs to run. Energy Star is a rating that is given to furnace models that have a high AFUE rating as well as high-efficiency blower motors and other components.

24 March 2020

3 Heating Problems That Can Plague Your Commercial Space

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Things should be relatively straight forward when it comes to supplying forced air heat to a home. The furnace generates hot air that gets pushed through the vents, and it reaches each room of your home as intended. However, commercial spaces can be harder to heat. The layouts of the space do not always make the most sense, and you can run into unique problems you won't have at your home.

18 February 2020

Installing A New Furnace In A Basement After A Blizzard: How To Prepare For This Project

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In the very frozen north at this time of the year, the last thing you want is to be without heat. Yet, it is almost a given that most people will have to replace their furnaces in the middle of winter, and often right after a major blizzard or snowstorm. If you are faced with having to replace a furnace entirely, and right after a blizzard, that is going to complicate things in a lot of ways.

19 January 2020

Do These Three Things If Your Heater Is Behaving Unusually

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It can be difficult to know when heating problems require professional assistance. This checklist can help you figure out if the problem you're experiencing is one you can fix yourself or if you should enlist the aid of a heating repair service. Here are three things you should do when your heating system is behaving strangely: 1. Make sure your furnace's heating element is on. If your heater is blowing cold air, it may not actually be turned on.

27 December 2019

Water Heater Problems? Is It Time To Replace It?

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If you are having problems with your water heater you may be wondering if you should get it repaired or if it is time to install a new water heater. Below is information that will help you decide which is best for you, as well as types of water heaters available as a replacement. Repair Water Heater In some cases, it is best to repair your water heater as this will save you a great deal of money.

20 November 2019