“HVAC friendly” dog breeds

Have you known that around 80 million Americans have at least one pet in their household? On the one hand, they are irresistible and a source of boundless love, and on the other, they can be the cause of problems for your HVAC system. However, there are breeds of dogs that we jokingly named - HVAC friendly. These are the ones...

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Winter Is Around the Corner

A lot of people choose winter as their favorite season! That's not surprising because winter means spending time with your loved ones in a warm and cozy home. During this season we are usually at home, so let's find out what are different ways to entertain ourselves when the cold days come. What to do during the winter at home Decorating a Christmas...

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HVAC Shopping – What to Look

If your HVAC unit is broken or needs maintenance, please, call your local HVAC company to fix it for you because winter is coming, and you do not want to be freezing inside your home. If, by chance, there is no help in fixing or cleaning your unit, you will have to buy a brand new HVAC system. Here are...

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AC “Needs A Moment”

Why doesn't the air conditioner work as soon as it's turned on to heat? When we mention air conditioning, we all have the first association with cooling. However, warm days are behind us, and now that it is cold, our air conditioner can start its heating season! When you turn on your AC device, you will notice that the air deflection...

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The Importance of HEPA Filter

The air circling inside our homes is usually recycled through its heating and cooling system. As time passes the air becomes stale and full of pollutants. That's why you need an indoor air quality system. Lowe's Cleaning uses TurboJet Max II – a negative air machine with a dual-speed 3-phase motor. It has 3-stage HEPA filtration which provides efficient filtration...

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What To Do If A Rodent Dies In A Ductwork

It is not an uncommon situation that a small animal or rodent is found inside the air ducts. Sometimes it makes a mistake, gets trapped, and dies leaving the nasty smell and mess behind. Of course, this is a very stressful and unpleasant situation. The bad odor starts to spread all over the house and directly affects your health. It...

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What if an AC is not in use for 3-4 months?

Luckily, today’s air conditioners are made to last. As long as your air conditioner is in good working condition overall and gets the maintenance it needs - it’s unlikely to suffer any problems if it is off for just a few months. However, there are still a few things you should know if you’re about to turn off your AC...

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AC Keeps You Warm During Fall

Fall has come and brought its cold mornings and cool evenings, while the middle of the day is still pleasantly warm. This means that your apartment or house needs heating in the morning and evening. For such conditions, heating with air conditioning is the most cost-effective, economical, and also the most comfortable way of keeping yourself warm. All air conditioners have...

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“Fall’ for Autumn in Washington DC

There are many reasons to 'fall' for autumn in Washington DC. It is the most beautiful time of the year for the city – national parks, nature preserves, and forests transform when the leaf colors start to change and mix all those greens, golds, and reds. It is always a great idea to go out, relax, and admire the beauty...

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Autumn Walk Through Boston

Boston's fall foliage blazes across the city from late September through October and often well into November. The nuances this year are being especially spectacular, as we're having one of the most beautiful and colorful seasons in recent memory. Here are Boston recommendations for the top 3 places for self-guided Boston fall foliage tours where you will see breathtaking crimsons,...

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