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Three Signs That Your Ductwork Is Leaking Air

It is important to inspect your air ducts at least once a year. Ensuring your ducts are free from damage will improve air quality and overall efficiency of your HVAC system. There are a few signs that can indicate ductwork is leaking air. Poor comfort Is one room cold while another one on the same floor is hot? While your living [...]


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Your HVAC System During the Holidays

The beginning of the holiday season means many things, lower temperatures, family time, cozy movie nights, and we can all agree that the most wonderful time of the year would not be as wonderful as it is without PARTIES!  With all these celebrations and Xmas lights, holidays can be a little hard on the wallet! Your heating and air conditioning [...]


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Xmas HVAC Advices

Since we get deep into the holiday season, every home should be decorated by now. Xmas tree is inevitable, alongside a bunch of scented candles, garlands, colorful lights, figurines and candies of all kinds. It is the time of the year when we should put all of our worries aside, relax, and enjoy ourselves. To do so, we need to [...]


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Winter HVAC Maintenance in D.C.

What's the weather gonna be like, this December, in DC? Should you prepare your HVAC unit, especially furnace, for the cold days to come? According to a weather forecast, it's not going to be particularly cold month. Still, you should be prepared 'cause the weather can be unpredictable. The daytime average temperature is expected to be somewhere around 10‎°C, but [...]


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How to Decorate Around Your HVAC Unit?

Xmas holidays are around the corner, the excitement is in the air. It is the time of the year when every window in every street is full of holiday cheer. There is a lot of joy during festive days, especially when it comes to decorating your home. When doing so, pay attention, you can very easily overlook your A/C [...]


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Avoiding Legionnaires’ Disease From HVAC Systems

Legionnaires' disease is a type of pneumonia caused by bacteria found in both potable and nonpotable water systems. You usually get it by breathing in mist from water that contains the bacteria. The mist may come from hot tubs, showers or air-conditioning units. The disease typically presents as pneumonia and symptoms may include a high fever, chills, cough, muscle aches, [...]


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Your HVAC Unit and Your Pets

Around 80 million Americans have at least one pet in their household, and these pets offer owners a measure of joy that can’t be replaced. On the other hand they have their drawbacks, especially when it comes to our home’s cooling and heating systems. Here are some valuable must-knows for pet owners and proper HVAC maintenance: Tip #1: Groom your [...]


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Happy Birthday Mr. Carrier

This November, we should be celebrating Willis Haviland Carrier’s 143th birthday! The Father of Air Conditioning was born on November 26, 1876. in Angola, New York. The HVAC would not be what it is today if not for Mr. Carrier. More than 3/4 of the World’s population is keeping their cool thanks to this dude. Let’s remind ourselves of [...]


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HVAC Red Flags

In this blog, we are going to discuss HVAC warning signs that indicate something is wrong with your HVAC system. We are going to focus on three major parts, such as air conditioning, furnace, and heat pump. Air conditioning warning signs are: (starting from the least serious to the biggest warning sign) 1. Frequent maintenance (usually mean that you have to get [...]


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Reasons for Cleaning Air Ducts

If your air ducts look dirty, they probably are, and that dirty HVAC systems should be inspected by a reputable, certified HVAC professional. Here are the top 3 reasons air ducts should be inspected and serviced: 1. Allergies. If you are experiencing breathing troubles when it is not an allergic reaction, you may need to clean your air ducts. Children [...]


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