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How to Clean Your Furnace Filter in 3 Easy Steps

Posted on: October 5, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] Are you avoiding the inevitable need to change your furnace filter? Is it one of those tedious tasks that you feel you wish not to undertake because you are no master of mechanical ability? Well, you can stop worrying and change your furnace filter in a matter of a few minutes, and in just 3 simple and easy to follow steps. You might think that changing your furnace filter is more of hassle than it is worth, but in reality, your heater's filter is a very important piece of Continue Reading ...

Do I Need an Air Conditioning Maintenance Schedule?

Posted on: October 4, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] Whether you've just had a new air conditioning system fitted or you want to get more out of your existing one, an air conditioning maintenance schedule is an important consideration.If your existing air-con has failed on you when you need it most, then it's probably already crossed your mind. Or if you've recently invested in a new system and want to make sure it's protected with regular maintenance, as per the manufacturer's recommendations, then you may want to read on.Having an Continue Reading ...

10 Steps to Increase Your HVAC Business "Profit Ability"

Posted on: October 3, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] All HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) businesses have "profit ability", that is the ability to make a profit. But the ones that make profits have solid profit strategies and practices, coupled with consistent focus on pricing performance.Step # 1. Maximize Your Current Opportunity by Charging the Correct Price. • Know all your HVAC costs. • Have a profit plan. • Know your break-even (bottom-line price). • Build value in your offering (sales Continue Reading ...

Simple Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips – How to Get Your AC Ready For the Summer!

Posted on: October 2, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] Spring time is the best time to perform an annual maintenance check of your central air conditioning system. This check involves the outside unit and the inside unit and can usually be completed by an even not so handy homeowner. If you have an older A/C unit or one that has had problems in the past, then you should consider hiring a licensed HVAC contractor to check it for you- it won't cost you that much for a professional maintenance check and it will prevent any problems from Continue Reading ...

The Importance of Having an Energy-Efficient Home

Posted on: October 1, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] Most people would be shocked to learn how much heat they lose every hour due to improper insulation. No matter how well insulated your house is, it could always be better. As you will see shopping at your local hardware store (preferably one that uses reusable bags), there are a wide range of caulking and sealing kits available for your windows, doors, electric sockets, etc., to help you keep the winter's cold air where it belongs - outside. You will be amazed at how effective Continue Reading ...

Regular Maintenance and Care Tips to Avoid a Need for Furnace Repair

Posted on: September 30, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] During increasingly severe winters, it is crucial to have a well-functioning heating system. There are a number of reasons why you may need a costly furnace repair. Some of the most common issues are easily prevented with regular attention and maintenance. Some of the reasons your heating system may be having trouble include the following.Lack of Professional MaintenanceYou keep the oil changed and tires rotated for your car on a regular basis. You should do the same for the major Continue Reading ...

Spring Cleaning Should Include An Air Conditioning Tune Up

Posted on: September 29, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] As a home owner you should be aware of what is involved in an air conditioning tuneup. If you read any home maintenance articles this spring, most will encourage an A/C tuneup; some will even claim 25% savings. Predicting savings without knowing what type of tuneup received is a little silly. Encouraging a tune up without explaining the difference between an average tuneup and a high quality tuneup is a shame and expensive.Most tuneups claim to adjust, check, reset, or modify back Continue Reading ...

Time For Your Spring Air Conditioner Checkup

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] It's been a long winter in most of the country, but spring has finally arrived - birds are returning from their winter habitats, the first flowers and plants are beginning to emerge from the thawed earth and you see the branches of the trees in your neighborhood bearing buds which will soon bring forth leaves. It's a great time of year and we all look forward to the warming temperatures and spending more time outdoors. Of course, this means that summer will be here before we know Continue Reading ...

Air Conditioning Repair Tips and Advice

Posted on: September 26, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] No matter how well you maintain your home sometimes things are going to break down. It might mean a minor inconvenience to you or it might mean a major disruption of your life. Repairs around your home can add up quickly, especially if you don't deal with them right away. The longer you wait to address the issue, the worse it gets.If you live in a warmer client, maintaining your air conditioner is probably a big priority. No one likes to come home to a hot house in the middle of Continue Reading ...

Building an Energy Efficient Home – Top 10 Tips

Posted on: September 25, 2015 by in Air Conditioning, Heating, HVAC Maintenance Tips
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[ad_1] Choose an architect who understands low energy efficient house design Be sure that builders are aware of the low energy aim of your house Choose tradespeople that have both knowledge and experience in energy efficiency Remember many architects/builders don't go beyond minimum building standards and regulations but minimum isn't the most efficient. Minimize Your Heat Loss: Keep your house plan simple and compact - A house that is compact and without extensions will have less Continue Reading ...