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Geothermal heat pumps are one way of investing in reliable and renewable energy sources which can provide homes with comfort at a low cost for years to come.
The ducting throughout your home is an important part of your A/C system because it is what carries the cool air to all of the rooms of your home. It is important that your duct system is not just well designed for proper airflow, but sealed the right way as well.
An air conditioner that’s working hard not only cools, but also dehumidifies your home.
If you’ve been thinking about replacing only one component of your split air conditioning system, you should seriously reconsider.
Air conditioners are designed to provide many years of reliable service, but eventually every cooling system needs to be replaced. Think back to last summer and consider these five signs that your system is failing and needs to be repaired or replaced.
Investing in new HVAC equipment can pay huge dividends in energy efficiency and ongoing savings. With heating and cooling equipment routinely costing thousands of dollars, you can protect your investment by taking advantage of warranties offered by the manufacturer and seller.
When you’re replacing your air conditioner or having it serviced, you may run into some unfamiliar terms. Here’s an explanation of some air conditioning basics and the terms that may puzzle you at first encounter.
Tankless water heaters deliver hot water on demand and without the energy waste associated with traditional storage-tank water heaters. In a tankless heater, a gas-fueled or electric element heats water as the water passes through — but not until you turn on a faucet or hot-water appliance, eliminating the need to store hot water.
Good HVAC equipment isn’t cheap, and the promise of savings can be tempting. But if you’re looking to purchase HVAC equipment online and tempted by some of the hard-to-believe bargains touted by online retailers, consider taking a step back. Then consider the benefits of working with a local, certified and licensed heating and cooling professional.
If you’ve tried to control spring allergies, you know there is usually no quick, one-step solution. But if you follow these seven allergy-busting tips, your efforts will add up: