Decoration Ideas For Indoor AC Unit

Don't let your indoor unit spoil the overall look of your home. Use some of these helpful ways to cover them up. Colored air conditioners The air conditioner will easily fit in the existing interior if its color matches the wall color. Such a visual fusion will maintain harmony in the room and will not contradict other objects of other shades. Create...

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HVAC Children Safety

We have already seen how to childproof your HVAC and what are important HVAC lessons for kids. Today, we will take a look at some other things you should do in order to keep your children safe and relax for the holidays! Tighten the Vent Covers Your little ones might like to hide things in HVAC vents, which can create a blockage...

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Safety Tips for HVAC: Christmas

We can already feel the Christmas spirit as all of our rooms are fully decorated! Of course, thanks to the HVAC system your home is a warm and cozy place, so let's ensure that it's working perfectly! Don’t Cover Your Air Vent and Thermostat With all those presents and decorations taking space in the room we are not aware of the...

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Make Your HVAC Last Long

One of the most enduring questions in all of HVAC contracting is: When should a customer repair equipment, and when should one replace the entire system? Progress in technology has extended the life cycle of every product in the industry while at the same time are creating a need to replace equipment more frequently to take advantage of the most...

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HVAC New Year’s Resolutions

Your plans for New Year's 2021. are going to be different than what they used to be. You may be trading a New Year's Eve party for more time on the couch in front of a festive movie, and your resolutions may look different, too. Decide on a few New Year's resolutions before December 31. And this year, a renewed...

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Indoor Plants That Absorb Humidity

Humidity is the concentration of water vapor present in the air. If there is a lot of water vapor in the air, the humidity will be high. When the humidity in your home is too high, it can make living conditions unpleasant. Cooking, bathing, drying clothes, washing dishes, and other everyday activities add moisture to the air. Of course, the...

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HVAC and Skin Beauty

An essential part of a cozy home atmosphere is a comfortable indoor climate. To achieve it, you will need to adjust your HVAC system to  provide an ideal indoor air temperature and quality ventilation. If that's not the case, you can expect to be uncomfortable in your own home and your skin. It is commonly known that HVAC malfunctions can...

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HVAC quotes

Who says that HVAC can't be interesting? We will share with you some of the funniest quotes about HVAC and its technicians! Funny HVAC quotes HVAC technicians are efficient because they have their ducts in a row. HVAC technician - the one who gets excited about things that no one else cares about. Never mess with an HVAC tech. We know places where no...

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Say Goodbye To Dirty HVAC Filters

The negative impact of not properly maintaining your HVAC system can affect your home and family. If filters are not clean, then neither is the air in your home. By changing it regularly, homeowners can avoid illness and expensive energy bills. What are the Negative Impacts of a Dirty Air Filter? - A dirty air filter can mean air ducts may...

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Should I Use My HVAC System During Pandemic?

Nowadays people are concerned about the virus spreading so fast. That is why a lot of them choose to limit face-to-face contact and stay at home. But there is another question that causes troubles - is using and cleaning the HVAC system safe in times like this? Fresh air circulating inside the home and removing stale air? This is possible...

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