Fun Facts About Air Conditioning Systems

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The modern air conditioning system has quite a colorful history. What we have today is proof of human creativity and innovation that has allowed us to enjoy a level of comfort that was not available just 50 years ago. This article presents some fun facts about air conditioning that you will find interesting.

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Common Misinformation About Central AC Systems

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It is important to know about all of the air conditioning options to make smart choices for your home. This will ensure that your comfort and effieciency requirements are met. This article includes some of the common myths that surround central air conditioners. It also contains the correct information so that these misconceptions are dispelled.

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How Many Zones Can A Mini-Split Have?

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Typically, when a homeowner installs a ductless mini-split system in their home, they tend to have a lot of questions beforehand. One of the most common questions that we are asked is “How many mini splits do I need to heat or cool my home?”. Read this article to find the answer to the question.

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What Causes Your AC Refrigerant To Leak?

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In HVAC systems, an AC refrigerant leak is usually a reason for inefficiency which ultimately affects the comfort level and energy costs of your home. As a homeowner, you should understand how refrigerant leaks happen and why you should keep an eye out for your HVAC system for comfort and safety.

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Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs A Replacement

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If you find that your air conditioning system is not working optimally, it may just need a repair. However, in some cases, your system has reached the end of its air conditioner life expectancy, and an air conditioner replacement might be the best solution. This article discusses some tell-tale signs for an AC replacement.

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How Do Ductless Air Conditioners Work?

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Ductless air conditioners are different from central air conditioners in that they do not have any air ducts. However, both cooling systems work by sucking warm air from a given space and dumping it outdoors. Also, they both reduce humidity levels. In this article, we discuss a little more on how ductless AC systems work.

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Problems With Restricted HVAC Airflow

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As long as the HVAC system is working properly, the HVAC system will remain energy-efficient and require low operating costs. It will also be able to provide balanced temperatures and its components should last long. All is not perfect, however. Many homes suffer from airflow issues that cause discomfort and inconvenience.

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Signs Your HVAC Air Ducts Are Leaking

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When you experience heating or cooling problems, homeowners typically suspect that they have a piece of malfunctioning equipment on their hands. However, the problem might be because of leaky HVAC ductwork. In this article, we discuss some telltale signs of leaky HVAC air ducts that you should be aware of.

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Tips On How To Deal With A Dead Animal In Your HVAC Air Ducts

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Rodents can find their way into HVAC ductwork and wreak havoc on households, indoor air qualitiy, and more. Far worse is when a rodent enters these systems and then dies, leaving a rotting carcass behind. This article discusses what you should do if you have a dead rodent in your HVAC ductwork.

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Why You Should Call A Professional For Your Furnace Repair

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A furnace that breaks down is a huge inconvenience and safety issue. Although heating systems are built to last, it is not unusual for them to deteriorate as they age. In this article, we discuss several signs that point to the need to call an expert HVAC technician to inspect and repair your furnace.

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