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How to Keep Your Cool When the Mercury is Rising

When the heat is rising to record-breaking levels, it can be really tough to stay cool. This summer, I found that my air conditioner had trouble keeping up with the temperatures. It wasn't that the AC wasn't working, it was just that I couldn't seem to get my house cooled down as much as I wanted. I worried that I would have to replace the whole AC system. Luckily, I have a good friend who works as an HVAC contractor. He took a look at my system and gave good news -- it didn't need to be replaced. Instead, he shared a lot of tips for helping my air conditioner work more efficiently, as well as some ideas to help supplement the AC and keep the house cooler. I'm using those tips to create this blog to share ways for all of us to keep cool on the hottest days.

Do You Need To Hire An Appliance Repair Technician For Your Refrigerator? Here’s Some Signs To Look For

8 October 2018
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It is extremely important to make sure that you are keeping an eye out for signs that your refrigerator is starting to experience some trouble. This way, you will be a lot less likely to find yourself stuck without a working refrigerator, which could result in you losing a lot of food to spoilage. To help make sure that you know just when it is time to hire a professional for appliance repair services, you will want to read through the following information: Read More …

What You Need To Know About Furnace Repairs As A Landlord

5 September 2018
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Turning a home into a rental property requires you to take on many new skills as you become a landlord. Many first-time landlords overlook the costs of important repairs or maintenance on systems in the rental home. Before you let your first tenant move in, make sure you're prepared to handle furnace repairs according to what local law dictates. Right to a Habitable Living Space Almost all states require a landlord to keep a rental home a safe place to inhabit for the tenant. Read More …

Swamp Coolers VS. Central Air Conditioning

25 July 2018
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Many old homes are fitted with swamp coolers. They are often thought to be an outdated cooling option. That being said, many people prefer them for a number of reasons. They can be particularly useful in smaller properties, and the cost of a swamp cooler is minimal compared to that of a central HVAC system. This article compares swamp coolers to central HVAC systems. Central Heating and Air Central HVAC system consists of two parts, and two main appliances. Read More …

Three Ways To Improve Commercial Heating

26 June 2018
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Commercial heating expenses are tied to a number of issues. The efficiency of your heating system doesn't just depend on your furnace, boiler, and other actual heating appliances. You could have the most modern furnace available, with the best AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency), but it still won't be the most efficient system if other factors are not dealt with. This is particularly true when it comes to heat loss through windows, doors, and ducts. Read More …

What To Look For When Choosing A Service Provider To Install Your New Air Conditioning System

21 May 2018
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Now that you have decided to install a new air conditioning system in your home, it's time to find a reliable service provider to do the legwork for you. Here's what to look for when choosing a reliable service provider to work with. A Proven Track Record One of the most important things to look for when hiring a service provider to install your new air conditioning system is a proven track record. Read More …