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Cost Comparison: Heat Pump Vs. AC Unit

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The typical home will use a furnace for heat and an air-conditioning unit for cooling. The drawback of this system is that, you have to purchase two separate pieces of equipment, which means you increase your installation costs and the need for space to house your equipment. In some cases, you can simplify life by purchasing one piece of equipment, a heat pump. How Do Heat Pumps and Air Conditioners Compare? Read More»

Important Safety Tips For Generator Usage

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Have you recently moved to an area that experiences severe storms? Do you know how to stay safe if you need to use a generator to power your home? Here are some tips to help you and your family avoid generator dangers during extreme weather: Don’t use generators in your living area: Although you may think that this is common sense, there are people who have attempted to use a generator inside and who have been sickened or killed. Read More»

Important Points To Know About New Air Conditioner Installation And Maintenance

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Many people enjoy the look and feel of older properties because of their charm and rustic appeal. If you are interested in moving into one of these properties or live in one, you’re probably aware of a possible downside – many don’t have air conditioning! For that reason, you’ll need to lean on the help of a trusty air conditioning installation and repair contractor who can look out for you. Before reaching out to one of these professionals, consider some of the following information about getting and maintaining a new air conditioner. Read More»

Stay Cool In Your RV With Routine Air Conditioning Maintenance

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An air conditioning system is responsible for keeping your RV cool during the hottest days of summer, similarly to in a traditional home, but it’s even more important for you to take care of routine maintenance when living in a RV. Not only does your moving home’s AC keep you comfortable when the temperature rises, it’s also much more vulnerable to problems if it’s not maintained compared to a typical home. Read More»

How Duct Insulation Improves Efficiency and Minimizes Noise Pollution

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Insulation is installed inside heating and cooling ducts to keep the air inside warm or cool despite surrounding temperatures. It may also be used to dampen the sound of air rushing through the ducts, which may cause a rattling or rumbling noise. This function is especially useful in buildings where this noise would be disruptive. Insulation may be added to an entire line of ducts, or it may just be installed in areas where the most potential for heat loss or noise is present. Read More»