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Understanding The Threat Of A Cracked Heat Exchanger

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Like all home appliances, furnaces are likely to develop certain problems as time goes on. Yet unlike appliances such as washing machines and refrigerators, a malfunctioning furnace represents a potentially deadly problem, especially if it involves carbon monoxide gas leaking out into your home. A cracked heat exchanger is one furnace problem that can allow just this scenario to occur. If you would like to hear more about this problem and why it is so serious, read on. Read More»

Three Useful HVAC Maintenance Steps

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When you need to make absolute sure that you get the best air conditioner and heating performance in your home, you will need to do everything that you can to look after your HVAC system. This is a system that requires diligence and care, so provide yourself that care by following the tips below. These tips will not only help you to maintain your HVAC system – it will also allow you to keep your utility bills reasonable and remain comfortable throughout the year. Read More»

Why Your Home's Central Air Conditioner Isn't Blowing Cold Air And How To Fix It

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If your home’s central air conditioner is blowing air but it is not cold, then your air conditioner is having a mechanical problem that you need to diagnose and fix. The good news is that there are only a few problems that can cause your air conditioner to blow warm air – and many of them are simple for you to fix. To this end, here are some tips for diagnosing and fixing some of the most common central air conditioner problems: Read More»

High Heating Costs? Reduce the Heat You Use with These 3 Tips

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When the temperatures drop outside, your body is not the only thing that feels it. Your wallet feels it too. The energy costs related to heating can be very expensive, and it may be difficult to find a balance between making your home comfortable and paying too much money to do so. Thankfully, there are some ways you are able to reduce how much energy you use in the winter—by using these three tips. Read More»

Five Ways You Can Use Air Circulation in Passive Cooling to Take a Load Off Your AC Unit

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“Passive” cooling is a great way to reduce the load on your air conditioner so that it doesn’t cost as much to keep your house cool. However, you may need to make an initial investment in tools like reflective coatings, radiant barriers, insulation, and electric fans in order to see substantial passive-cooling results. Here are five great ways to get started with passive cooling by using air circulation to your benefit. Read More»