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How To Check If Your Air Conditioner Uses R-22 Refrigerant

May 13, 2019

Old air conditioners are in danger of imminent obsolescence due to the R22 ban which will end its final phase in 2020. This article discusses several strategies that can be used to uncover the exact kind of refrigerant in your air conditioner and some details about the impending R22 ban.

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What You Should Consider If You Have An AC That Uses R-22 Refrigerant

April 29, 2019

If your cooling system is 15 years or older, then you’re probably torn between getting it repaired or replaced. One factor that weighs heavily on this decision is that R-22, a common refrigerant in older AC systems, is being phased out in America. Old systems that use R-22 will need to be replaced by newer models. There are several reasons why.

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What Everyone Should Know About Their HVAC Air Filters

April 10, 2019

If you want to be a responsible homeowner, you should ensure that you have maintenance performed on your HVAC system regularly. Your system will suffer from inefficiency and will work too hard if you neglect this important task. Also, a critical task that you should never neglect is to change the filters on your HVAC system.

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Six Home Heating Myths That You Need To Know About

April 1, 2019

Many homeowners have to spend significant sums of money on heating their homes throughout the winter season. Because of this, budget-savvy homeowners are always on the prowl for strategies to lower their home heating costs. Sadly, this quest to save money on heating has lead to many home heating myths that all people should be aware of.

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Common Problems With Home Furnaces

March 18, 2019

In between regular maintenance appointments, you should keep an eye on your furnace. You need to be able to detect the signs that your furnace is having problems. If you continue to run a malfunctioning furnace, it can result in severe issues. In this article, we discuss some indicators that your heating system requires professional attention immediately.

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What You Need To Know About Carbon Monoxide & Your Heating System

March 4, 2019

Most people tend to take their heating systems for granted. You expect it will always operate safely and work properly. Unfortunately, all heating systems have certain dangers associated with them. Improper ventilation can cause carbon monoxide leaks. In this article, we discuss what you need to know about CO leaks in your home.

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How To Stay Comfortable During A Furnace Breakdown In Winter

February 19, 2019

When appropriately maintained, your HVAC system will also last longer and perform well. Nevertheless, it is important to remember that annual tune-ups do not necessarily mean your heater will never breakdown. For this reason, you should know how to stay warm if your heater malfunctions, until the necessary repairs are completed.

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How To Lower Your Oil Bill This Winter

February 4, 2019

It is vital to your comfort and safety to have a home that is warm throughout winter. Because heating your home makes up a substantial percentage of your energy bill in the winter, it is essential to find ways to decrease this cost without compromising your comfort. In this article, we will discuss some methods you can use to accomplish this goal.

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Five HVAC New Year’s Resolutions For 2019

January 21, 2019

Your HVAC system should be incorporated into your 2019 New Year’s resolutions. Your home’s comfort depends on the efficiency of your HVAC system and furnace. Additionally, the system’s condition affects your indoor air quality. Its efficiency also impacts how much you pay each month to heat your home.

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Cold & Hot Spots: What Are They And What Causes Them

January 7, 2019

Throughout the wintertime, many homeowners complain that their upstairs is cold, while the downstairs is warm or vice-versa. These are known as cold spots, and they can be present in any home. The good news is that cold spots are easy to find and they are easy to fix.

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