Your Central Air And How To Care For It

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Central air conditioning is a great choice for your homes air cooling needs. It will distribute evenly cooled air throughout the house in an efficient manner. However, there are some things you should know about the system to ensure you know how to keep it working as good and efficiently as possible. The information here will help you to know what you need about your central air: The design of your air conditioning system

21 January 2016

Three Choices For An Energy Efficient Heating Upgrade To Your Home

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If your home has an older heating system, it may be time to update it. There are many upgrades that can improve the energy efficiency of your heating. If it is time to replace your system, you may want to consider some of the newer systems that use less energy. Here are some of the options you may want to consider for a more efficient heating solution: 1. Adding Solar Collectors To Improve New And Old Heating Systems

20 January 2016

Tips For Keeping Your Heater In Good Shape This Winter

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Your heater has to work overtime during the winter months. In order to ensure that your heater continues to work and provides you with the heat and comfort that you need, you need to make sure that you are taking good care of your heater. Here are a few tips to help you keep your heater in good shape this winter. Have Your Heater Inspected Before you start really working your heater this winter, have your heater inspected.

19 January 2016

3 Tips To Ensure Your New AC Is As Energy-Efficient As Possible

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If you are planning on buying a new air conditioning system for your home, you probably want to ensure that it's as energy efficient as possible. Not only is this better for the environment, but it can save you a lot of money in cooling costs over the lifespan of your unit. These are a few ways to find a unit that will get the job done without using any more energy than necessary.

19 January 2016

The Air Conditioner Is Frozen! What To Do

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If your air conditioner suddenly stops working and you see ice built up on the condenser, you have what is known as a frozen air conditioner. Your air conditioner is meant to be cold – but not that cold! Here's what you need to do when your air conditioner freezes. Turn off the air conditioner. If you leave the air conditioner turned "on," as soon as it thaws a little, it will kick back on – and will probably freeze itself again.

19 January 2016