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Fall HVAC Maintenance Part 1

Prepared or not, warmer weather and summer months are almost gone. That means that you must consider preparing your HVAC system for fall maintenance and save yourself from potential problems. So, here is the first part of the maintaining list. -  Replacing air filters is one of the crucial things when it comes to HVAC maintenance. Dirty filters can make...


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The Very First HVAC System

We can’t imagine our everyday life without the HVAC system, but did you know that it has been a part of ancient people’s civilization? The world's first underfloor heating system The oldest form of HVAC is the Korean Ondol method, invented in the Iron Age. It involved an outside furnace, underfloor pipes, and stone that would retain the heat. It is...


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Four Different Types of HVAC and AC Systems

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system, and it is made to make the indoor environment comfortable. HVAC systems are separated into categories, which come in different sizes and specifications to fit your home or office. 1.Heating and cooling system These are the most common types of HVAC systems. These are two separate units, one serves the purpose of heating, and...


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HVAC Exterior Design Ideas Part 2

The functionality of the HVAC system is in the first place, but it doesn’t mean we should neglect the aesthetics. One of the biggest challenges in exterior design is what to do with your outside HVAC unit. We wrote about some exterior design ideas, and in the sequel, we offer you some more. Built a house for an outside HVAC...


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HVAC Exterior Design Ideas – Part 1

You depend on your HVAC system to keep your home warm in winter and comfortably cool during the summer. The functionality of the HVAC system is in the first place, but it doesn't mean we should neglect the aesthetics. One of the biggest challenges in exterior design is what to do with your outside HVAC unit. This process can...


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HVAC Impact on Skin Beauty

Adjust your HVAC system to ensure ideal indoor air temperature and quality ventilation, and your skin will thank you. Otherwise, you can expect your skin to look more tired and damaged. It is common knowledge that HVAC malfunctions can damage your skin. These are the consequences caused by HVAC failures: Dry skin Decreased production of skin fat Premature aging Skin peeling Itching Allergies All this will diminish...


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Five Misconceptions About the HVAC System

There is no need to believe in all the information about the HVAC system because most of them are not necessarily true. Here are some of the common HVAC misconceptions. The bigger the HVAC unit, the better efficiency That is wrong! The power of the system does not measure by its size. It is graded by correctly heating or cooling your...


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Can the HVAC Make Me Sick?

There is an ongoing argument on whether the HVAC system can make people sick. Sometimes it looks like it can, especially during the cold weather and allergy seasons. So, what is the truth? The answer is simple. The system can not make you sick, but it can help the process of getting sick. Breathing problems If the air conditioner is not...


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Benefits of HVAC on Productivity Part 2

If you want to increase the efficiency of your employees, then pay attention to your HVAC system.  HVAC temperature settings You should know that the difference between indoor and outdoor temperature should not be more than 10 degrees for the body to acclimatize. Huge temperature differences can negatively affect productivity and jeopardize health in general.  How does humidity affect productivity? The ideal humidity level...


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Benefits of HVAC on Productivity Part 1

Better environmental conditions and an adequate temperature have a favorable effect on the work of the brain. Here is how an HVAC system affects productivity. HVAC in schools reduces the typing errors percentage HVAC in schools creates the best learning environment, especially during hot late spring and summer days. A well-conditioned reading room or library requires frequent ventilation and adequate use and...


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