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Balancing My HVAC System

A few months ago, I realized that something was wrong with my HVAC system. It seemed like no matter what I did, some rooms were hot and some rooms were simply getting too much cooled air. Instead of trying to troubleshoot my air conditioner on my own, I called out a professional HVAC repairman for help. They went through each room of my house when the system was running to measure the outgoing airflow and to check for issues. They discovered some serious balance problems, which they resolved after running a few extra lines. Check out this blog to learn more about HVAC in general.

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Why You Should Add Insulation to Your Ducts

Do you have trouble heating your home efficiently on the coldest days? Does it seem like your energy bills spike significantly, just from using your heat during a couple of the coldest winter days? Of course, many people tend to defray their electricity consumption by using their heater less often. But, this means they have to sacrifice heat and lives in rooms that are just more uncomfortable and colder. Instead of constantly playing this game, and still dealing with hefty utility bills, you should see if you could possibly add insulation to your ducting, in order to make your heater more efficient. Read More 

4 Tips For Preparing Your Air Conditioner For Winter Storage

Summer is nearing its end, and your portable air conditioner will soon be going back into storage. If you want your air conditioner to still be in good condition when you remove it from storage the following summer, you will want to take steps to make sure you store it in proper fashion. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when preparing your air conditioner for long-term storage. Read More 

5 Tips For Reducing The Costs Of Staying Cool At Your Business

During the warmer months of the year, you'll want to keep your customers cool. Being able to do this can allow you to have more business. However, the cost of doing this can be more than you want to pay. The good news is there are substantial ways to reduce the number of your energy expenses on a monthly basis. Tip #1: Lower the thermostat when closed It's a good idea to reduce the temperature when you close your company for the day. Read More 

Three Ways Installing A New Ductless Heating And Cooling System Can Save You Money

Ductless heating and cooling systems are an alternative to central air conditioners and furnaces that, like their name would suggest, are installed without ductwork. Instead, ductless heating and cooling units have individual smaller units installed in each room, with each unit only providing climate control the immediate area immediately around it. Due to this unique method of climate control, ductless heating and cooling units provide a number of distinctive advantages to your home. Read More 

You Built An Addition To Your Home: Here Are Two Ways To Keep It Cool

Expanding your home is a great way to get more space and increase the value of your property. However, one common practical concern that comes up is keeping the new area cool, especially when your existing air conditioner may not be sized big enough to service the additional square footage. Here are two things you can do to keep the space nice and cool. Install a Mini-Split System A ductless mini-split air conditioning system can best be described as a single point air conditioning system. Read More