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Is Something Wrong With Your HVAC?

Keeping up with your HVAC system and knowing the warning signs will help you avoid issues you should watch out for. In the text below, read about some of the most common problems. Humidity The HVAC system removes humidity from the air. Even in the middle of summer or early in the winter, if the indoor air is humid, it’s a...


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What Is a Condenser Coil?

A condenser coil is a type of heat exchanger. The primary purpose of a heat exchanger is to transfer heat efficiently. Where can you find it, and why is it so relevant? The condenser coil is a part of…? The condenser coil is a part of space heaters and air conditioners. Although there are slight differences in the function of these...


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Winter Indoor Air Quality

The cold winter season is the prime time for poor indoor air quality. People spend most of their time inside, trading ventilation for heating, which traps pollutants and moisture leading to poor air quality. What can make indoor air unhealthy? Inadequate ventilation When it is cold, everyone closes their windows and doors, which traps all the dust and debris inside. Additionally, poor...


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Causes of HVAC Airflow Problems

Airflow issues are among the most common HVAC problems. If you ignore the problem for too long, it can lead to more serious problems like compressor failure. Many causes of HVAC airflow problems are easy and inexpensive to fix. Here are some causes of HVAC airflow problems. Clogged filters The air conditioner filter removes dust and debris from the air and...


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HVAC Tips To Keep You Warm This Winter

Keeping warm probably means getting your pre-season tune-up. There are a few things to do before the snow starts. Close the chimney In case you did not know, every fireplace has a damper, a movable plate that sits above the fireplace. If you are not using a gas or wood-burning fireplace, there is no need to keep the damper open. A...


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Should You Leave the Furnace Fan on During the Winter?

Heating and cooling systems are complex. Homeowners are often puzzled about which mode to set during the winter. In the text below, you will find answers and decide which setting suits you best. Running the fan all the time Better Air Circulation – During the winter, parts of the home exposed to the sun may become warmer than the rest of the...


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Cold HVAC Tips

We all want to ensure that our home stays warm during the winter. Here are some tips to take care of your HVAC system during cold days so you won't have to worry about freezing. Check and replace filters If the filter is clogged, it will cause HVAC to work harder because of decreased airflow. By changing your filter monthly, you...


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Consider Having HVAC in the Bathroom

An HVAC system is key to excellent air quality and a healthy indoor climate. It consists of three parts: heating, cooling, and ventilation. When it comes to the bathroom, the most vital part of your HVAC system is the ventilation. Bathrooms are usually smaller spaces compared to other rooms in the house. They tend to get humid more often than...


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Which Type of Air Conditioner should I choose? Part 2

We are sure you have read our latest blog on different AC types. Here are the rest of them: HVAC system An HVAC system works by cooling or heating air and blowing it out into the interior space. It uses various technologies to control the temperature, humidity, and air purity in enclosed spaces to provide thermal comfort. Mini-split air conditioners without ducts Mini-split...


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Which Type of Air Conditioner Should I Choose? Part 1

Before buying an air conditioner, you should read about the different types available in the market and choose the one that suits you best.  There are a lot of data on this subject, which can cause dilemmas. We suggest you choose based on the size of your home. There are two large groups of air conditioners. Central Air Conditioners and Room Air...


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