2 Ways To Conserve Energy And Save Money

Posted on: 18 July 2016

Are you interested in conserving energy inside your home as a way to save money? If you are already spending a lot of money on your energy bills throughout the year, you may not mind trying out a few tips that could help you keep your home feeling comfortable without the additional cost. 1. Add More Insulation to Your Windows Do you often feel a draft coming in through your windows?
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How Flooding May Damage Your HVAC System

Posted on: 2 June 2016

You probably know that storms and floods can damage your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, but do you know how the damage occurs? Here are some parts of the system that floods may damage, and the specific damage they may incur: Ductworks The major danger of having water in the ductwork is that it may spread dangerous pathogens throughout the house. For example, floodwater may be contaminated with sewage effluent, which contains dangerous microorganisms.
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Air Conditioners: The Cost Of Too Much Refrigerant

Posted on: 10 February 2016

An air conditioner's refrigerant is at the center of the cooling process. It plays an important role such that when there is a slight drop in refrigerant levels, coil-icing and general cooling efficiency problems usually start to crop up. This is one of the main reasons why it is important that you not only seal any refrigerant leaks as soon as they are detected but also that you replace the lost amount.
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Spill Switch: What Happens If Your Gas Furnace Doesn't Have One?

Posted on: 5 January 2016

Gas furnace's come equipped with many parts designed to keep your home safe during operation. If someone removes the parts from the furnace, your home is no longer safe. One of the parts you should check your furnace for is the spill switch, which is a safety device placed on the furnace to regulate and monitor how much gas flows through the appliance when on. If the furnace releases too much gas, or if the furnace develops a leak, the spill switch shuts down the appliance.
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