Protect Your HVAC System

How To Improve Air Flow From Your Furnace

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Improve Air Flow From Your Furnace

Have you noticed that the hot air from your furnace isn’t coming out of the air ducts as well as it could? If so, you could have air flow problems from the furnace. Look into it being one of these 3 problems when trying to fix it. Dirty Air Filter The simplest solution can sometimes be the most effective. Start by taking a look at the furnace’s air filter. Can you remember the last time that you changed it? If not, you are long overdue for a filter change. If an air filter is filled will dust, dirt, and debris, it will limit the...

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How To Save On Your Commercial Heating And Cooling Costs

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Save On Your Commercial Heating And Cooling Costs

Managing capital is one of the most important things for a business owner to do. Finding a way to balance expenses with profits is the key to success. The more ways you can find to lower your expenses, the greater your chance for success. Why not start with your HVAC system? For the average business, heating and cooling costs represent a significant portion of the overall budget. If you can find ways to lower these costs, you can make a move in the right direction. Invest In Window Coverage Invest in some level of window coverage. In an...

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Air Conditioning Bill Through The Roof? Two Tips To Help Reduce It

Posted by on Dec 15, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Air Conditioning Bill Through The Roof? Two Tips To Help Reduce It

Walking into the house and feeling a cool blast of air from your air conditioning unit is one of life’s great pleasures.  The cold air can be so soothing, especially when it’s incredibly hot outside.  However, as much as you enjoy the chill, it may be taking a toll on your pockets.  You may even think that you’re going to need to turn your air conditioning system off in order to save money.  Rather than suffer it out in the heat, here are two tips that can help you get your cooling expenses under control....

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3 Duct-Maintenance Tips to Reduce HVAC Wear and Improve Energy Efficiency

Posted by on Oct 20, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Duct-Maintenance Tips to Reduce HVAC Wear and Improve Energy Efficiency

The ducts in your home may be one part of your HVAC system that you give little thought to. Ducts can also be a place where dust collects and air leaks out of your air-conditioning system. There are repairs and improvements that you can do to ensure your ducts are in good condition and up to date with modern insulation. Here are some duct repairs and upgrades that can reduce problems with your heating and cooling. 1. Repairing Ductwork That Has Been Damaged By Animals Animals can do a lot of damage to the ductwork in your home. Pests like...

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Ways To Stop Your A/C Evaporator Coils From Freezing

Posted by on Aug 19, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Ways To Stop Your A/C Evaporator Coils From Freezing

When your A/C unit stops working and you check out the unit to see if you can determine the problem, it might surprise you to see that the evaporator coils are frozen. This can stop your A/C from cooling your home and cause your family to become very uncomfortable. To stop that from happening, you’ll have to perform the following actions to keep the machine working well. Monitor the Coils Regularly Like most people, you probably aren’t thinking about evaporator coils every day. However, as dust and dirt build up on the coils, it...

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Strategically Planting Trees to Improve HVAC Efficiency

Posted by on Jul 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Strategically Planting Trees to Improve HVAC Efficiency

Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning equipment, also known as HVAC equipment, does not operate in a vacuum. Instead, it responds as heat is gained from or lost to the outside environment. For example, as the sun beats down on your home during the summer, the interior of your home heats up, and your thermostat responds by turning your AC unit on. Thus, if you want to decrease the amount of money you have to spend on conditioning the air in your home, you need to take steps to decrease heat gain and heat loss.  Using Trees to Defeat...

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A Look At The Pitfalls Of Retail Fueling Compared To Commercial Site Fueling

Posted by on Jun 3, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on A Look At The Pitfalls Of Retail Fueling Compared To Commercial Site Fueling

To ensure the longevity of your vehicles and the efficiency of your trucking business as a whole, fueling must be an important topic of focus. While a majority of trucking business owners will simply rely on fuel provided by some outside source for their fleet of semi trucks, it is usually a more financially sound decision to go with the services of a fleet or commercial fueling service (such as Enright and Sons). Fleet fueling services provide you with reliable fuel to keep your vehicles on the road as much as possible. To decide...

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Types Of Home Air Purifiers

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Types Of Home Air Purifiers

Home air purifiers are appliances that cycle air through themselves to filter out pollutants and allergens that may be in your home. There are several main types of home air purifiers available on the market, all of which operate in distinct ways to perform the same function. Understanding the differences between the available types of home air purifiers can help you choose the type that best fits your needs. HEPA Air Purifiers HEPA filters are made out of glass fibers that are tightly woven together into a thick filter. HEPA stands for High...

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The Mold Danger Lurking In Your Vents And What To Do About It

Posted by on Mar 21, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Mold Danger Lurking In Your Vents And What To Do About It

Mold is ubiquitous. It can be found in cool, damp places outside of your home, and the microscopic mold spores it releases can make their way into your home. As long as your home stays dry, this really isn’t a problem. Proper cleaning habits and a good air filter should help to eradicate the mold from your home. On the other hand, if you have a flood, the conditions are ripe for a mold infestation. Some parts of your home are easier to clean up than others. Ducts are a notorious trouble spot.  Mold in Ducts Ducts are just the sort...

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Learning Furnace Repair: Three Approaches For You To Try

Posted by on Mar 18, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Learning Furnace Repair: Three Approaches For You To Try

If you have an old furnace and it is just giving you a lot of expensive problems, you may be motivated to learn how to fix it yourself. After all, you could buy the parts online and have them shipped directly to your house. Then all you need is the knowledge and education to install the parts and replace the old ones. Yet, where do you learn about furnace repair? The following three suggestions can help you get started. At a Technical College Most technical colleges do not require you to enroll as a full-time or part-time student if...

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