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What is the Difference between AC and HVAC

Probably the biggest confusion is in the terms HVAC and AC units. Yes, they are similar, but many do not know to distinguish them. What is an HVAC unit? HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. The HVAC unit is responsible for heating and cooling the air in your home and provides ventilation to allow moisture to escape. Your HVAC unit...


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How To Keep Your House Warm

If you feel like you're paying more than you should be for heating your home, this winter, you can make changes that will give you a warm home and help you to save money. Lower the thermostat Each degree you lower the thermostat on your heating system decreases your fuel bill by 3 percent. Lowering the thermostat to 3 to 4...


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Fall Allergies

It is fall, so how come you are still sneezing? Fall allergy triggers can cause the same symptoms as spring allergies. What can cause fall allergies? The biggest allergy trigger is Ragweed. It starts to deliver pollen on warm days in August and can last into October. Even if it doesn’t grow where you live, pollen can travel hundreds of miles...


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Common Fall HVAC Problems

Now that summer is over, we are slowly adjusting to the colder and shorter days. This transition from cooling to heating can damage your HVAC unit if there are unsolved problems. Here are five common issues that are clear signs your system needs a tune-up before the winter. Strange noises Some noises that your HVAC unit makes might be regular. If...


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What is The Best Humidity Level in Winter?

We can’t give you the exact number, because the humidity level depends on the inside and outside temperatures. It is necessary to adjust the temperature so that you don’t get condensation on your window, damage your home or get some health issues. How does condensation work? We will use the window example. On a cold day, windows get colder because they...


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Prepare Your HVAC Unit for Winter

You know how cold it can get during the long winter nights. Although it is not winter, make sure your home is ready for colder days. Check the thermostat You will want to turn the heat on as soon as the temperature drops, and it’s been months since you turned on the furnace. Make sure your thermostat is still working. Inspect your...


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Happy Halloween

WE WISH YOU A SCARY AND CLEAN HALLOWEEN! LOWE'S AIRDUCT SERVICES


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HVAC Fun Quiz

It would be fun to go back to school days and test your knowledge through quizzes! Let’s check your HVAC knowledge! 1. What is the function of the evaporator in an air conditioner? A) Convert the liquid refrigerant to solid B) Convert the liquid refrigerant to gas C) Compress the air volume D) Remove heat from the refrigerant 2. How does a dehumidifier work? A)...


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Tips for Weekly Cleaning Part 2

After you have finished the basic cleaning, such as vacuuming and dusting, you can proceed with other choirs. Washing the dishes It is not a favorite task, but it’s a great feeling when you don't have to deal with the dishes after work. If you have a dishwasher to save you some time, you can move on to other choirs.  Ironing Prepare the...


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Tips for Weekly Cleaning Part 1

A long hard party weekend is behind us. You want to clean your house but don't know where to start. Wake up, get your coffee and start planning weekly cleaning. Because it is a working day, you can only do so much arround your home. Start with the basics: dusting and vacuuming. Start with dusting Turn on your favorite music and...


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