Is your HVAC system ready for winter in Boston?

Long-range winter weather forecasts are always a challenge for meteorologists. Weather experts predict slightly above or near average temperatures in Boston for December with January at or slightly below average. As the temperature gets cooler, your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system become the most valuable equipment in your home. That means you want to make sure your HVAC...

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5 Tips for Saving on Your Energy Bills During Winter Time

Winter is at our doorsteps. As usual, we will invest a lot in keeping our homes warm but that doesn't mean that we should waste energy or get flat broke. Here are a few tips on how to keep your costs down. 1.Invest in winter accessories Nothing like watching TV bundled up in your favorite sofa. Sometimes feeling cold can ruin...

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How to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Winter

Winter is coming and so are the days of warm and festive home atmosphere. In winter, families get together in cozy living room to spend some quality time and to celebrate seasonal holidays. However, while the temperature begins to fall, indoor quality begins to decrease. As a result, instead of being a safe place for your family members, your...

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The Father of Air Conditioning

People all around the world are turning to their air conditioners to combat the unbearable heat waves, little that they know is who is the person who stans behind this God-given invention. The first air conditioner to look the light of the day was the one constructed back in the year of 1902 in Brooklin. The person to blame for Airconditioning...

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Single Stage vs Multi Stage HVAC

Many people are not even aware that there are two different styles of HVAC units for the home. If you’re a homeowner, you will definitely have a heating/cooling system installed in your home, but depending on your HVAC equipment, it may be either a single stage or multi-stage system. So which one is best for your home? At the most basic...

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The Internet of Things: Next Generation HVAC

If you have been following the tech news even a little bit over the last few years, you’ve heard of the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices around the world that are now connected to the internet, collecting and sharing data. Thanks to wireless networks, any stand-alone internet-connected device...

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Can My HVAC Get Damaged By Thunderstorms?

A lightning strike is when an electric discharge from the atmosphere is sent down into an earth-bound object. Lightning is extremely hot—a flash can heat the air around it to temperatures five times hotter than the sun’s surface. This heat causes surrounding air to rapidly expand and vibrate, which creates the pealing thunder we hear a short time after...

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AC saved movie theaters

Air conditioning actually saved movie theatres. Before that, it was boiling hot, sweaty and sticky at the movie theaters so no one wanted to go and watch the movie in that hell-like atmosphere. Back in the days, when Willis Carrier invented the AC in 1902 he wasn’t even had on mind saving movie theatres, instead he was thinking of how...

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SEER or EER, That Is the Question

If you are a meticulous customer, who does his research, you may have heard of SEER and EER values. But to the most people, these acronyms are a complete mystery. However, if you want to lower your energy bills, you need to get informed of the meaning of SEER and EER, and pay attention to them while shopping for...

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Have We Become Addicted to Air Conditioning

Air-conditioning often referred to as AC, is the process which creates and maintains a certain temperature, relative humidity and air purity conditions in indoor spaces in order to improve the home comfort. In general, an air-conditioning system must be effective in modifying air (heating, cooling, dehumidifying, cleaning) regardless outside climatic factors and keeping us comfortable. AC can be used in both domestic...

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