What Is HVAC? What Is HVAC-R? A Few Things To Help Customers Understand This Diverse Industry

Posted on: 7 July 2020

Once you become a homeowner, you start looking at all the service professionals a bit differently because you know these people will be of value to you at some point. The HVAC contractor is a good example. If you are a bit confused about the HVAC or HVAC-R acronym, here is a brief breakdown to help you out. H - Heating  The heating aspect of HVAC is all about systems that generate heating for a structure.
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Investments That Reduce Heating Bills

Posted on: 29 May 2020

Heating bills are an expense that no homeowner can escape unless they're willing to freeze during winter. There are ways to reduce your home's heating costs, though. The following investments require an upfront payment, but they'll help reduce your heating bills month after month. 1. A Smart Thermostat One of the best ways to save on heating costs is to adjust your thermostat's setting, and a smart thermostat makes it incredibly easy to adjust your thermostat no matter where you are.
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What Can You Do If Your Air Conditioner Does Not Cool?

Posted on: 27 April 2020

As a homeowner, you know the importance of keeping your HVAC system in good working order. Over time, you may begin to notice that your air conditioner is not outputting cool air. The lack of cold air from the air conditioner can be due to a number of reasons. The problem may be something you can easily take care of yourself, or you could have a major malfunction that needs professional attention.
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Problems With Your Furnace's Condensation System That Could Shut Your Furnace Down

Posted on: 17 March 2020

If your furnace is a high-efficiency furnace, it creates condensation as it operates. When this system has a malfunction, your furnace may shut down and not start up again. What makes the problem frustrating is that the furnace may start again, only to shut down intermittently. If your furnace won't start or if it keeps shutting off, call a furnace repair company to figure out what's wrong so your furnace isn't damaged.
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