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2018

Own A Furnace? 3 Mistakes to Avoid to Keep It From Working Too Hard

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A furnace works hard throughout the cold winter months to provide you with warmth. Because of this, you need to be careful that you do not do things that would cause your furnace to work even harder. Below are three mistakes to avoid to prevent problems from happening with your furnace. Providing No Maintenance Not providing your furnace with maintenance is the worse thing you can do for it. If there are even small problems, the furnace will have to work harder to provide your home with heat. Read More»

Tips To Lower Heating Oil Costs For Your Home

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It’s being said that heating oil prices should remain somewhat consistent over the winter, but the price-point in which it seems to be stuck isn’t exactly cheap. Sure, things could be worse, but it’s still going to cost you quite a bit to keep your home warm this year. Below, you’ll find a few tips to help you save a bit of cash on your heating oil this year. Fill Up Early Read More»

Preventing Heating Repairs And Keeping Warm When They Are Needed

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The best way to avoid dealing with needing emergency heating repair is to keep your heating system working well by providing it with proper maintenance and knowing how to catch early warning signs. This article will offer tips on avoiding heating emergency and offer advice for staying warm until help arrives if you do find yourself in the midst of a heating issue. Here are tips for avoiding heating emergencies: Read More»

Dealing With A Flooded Septic Field

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A flooded septic field is a nightmare for anyone with a septic waste system. Here are a few tips to help you cope when your septic field is flooded. Don’t Pump the Tank Don’t pump the septic tank as long as the area around it is still flooded. First, pumping the tank won’t help because the floodwater will still affect it. Secondly, pumping the tank at this time is dangerous because it may float out of the ground. Read More»

What Are Common Ailments Of An Old Heat Pump?

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Maybe you inherited your heat pump when you bought the house or perhaps yours has just been around a while and you are curious. Heat pumps are highly efficient in their operations, providing both heat and cooling on demand, but heat pumps can also have some pretty tricky problems once they start to reach the end of their lifespan. The more familiar you are with your old heat pump and the ailments it could face as it gets older, the better you will be prepared to call in for assistance when the timing is right. Read More»

Add Insulation To Your Refrigerant Lines

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HVAC systems are so complicated that it is never possible to provide a simple fix-all for your entire system. For example, your system might have great airflow, but it might not be producing enough hot or cold air. Often, the problem is simply reversed. Your furnace, for example, may produce super hot air, but if this air is not circulated throughout the house, it will be pretty much worthless. When it comes to airflow and heat transfer, in regards to both heating and air conditioning, the refrigerant system is central. Read More»

What Steps Should You Take If Your Commercial Cooler Is Not Holding Temperature?

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Whether you own a restaurant, grocery store, or another place of business that houses food and refrigerated goods, a commercial cooler can be one of your most valuable pieces of equipment. While valuable, these things can and do sometimes have problems, especially if they have been in use for a lot of years. One of the primary problems people face with old cooler units in commercial settings is the cooler not holding the proper temperature. Read More»

2 Tips For Getting It Right When You Install A New HVAC System In Your Home

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If your old air conditioning system is not working that well, early spring is a great time to install a new air conditioning system. That way, when the real hot weather hits, you’ll already have an air conditioning system in place. Work with A Licensed Contractor Installing an air conditioning system is a really large job that requires electrical and structural knowledge on the part of the contractor who installs the air conditioning system. Read More»

Simple DIY HVAC Repairs To Do Right Now

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HVAC repair is not always daunting and complicated. That is, even if you don’t have any HVAC experience, you can probably make some basic repairs to your system. This article focuses on a few simple problems and how you can probably fix them yourself. In many cases, these are repairs you can begin right now, and you don’t need any tools or special supplies. Weak Airflow If your system is producing weak airflow, there could be quite a few potential causes. Read More»

How To Take Care Of Your HVAC And Your House's Temperature While You're Away

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It is usually not a good idea to turn off your HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) while going on a vacation because extreme temperatures may affect some of your household items and installations. At the same time, you don’t want to continue running the HVAC at full capacity when you are away; it wastes energy. Here are some HVAC tips to take care of your house and its energy efficiency while away on vacation: Read More»