How To Clean Your Window AC Unit

Posted on: 13 November 2017

If you don't regularly clean your window AC unit, it will only be operating at a fraction of its potential efficiency. This means that your utility bills will probably get bigger as your unit struggles to pump cold air into your home. Also, failing to regularly clean your unit is going to reduce its lifespan. It will also make your filter get dirty or even quicker, meaning that you will need to replace it more often and spend more money.
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Use These Nifty Tips When Negotiating HVAC Installation

Posted on: 10 October 2017

Just like other purchases, it is possible to negotiate an HVAC installation cost down from an original quote. How far down you can go depends on your negotiation skills. Here are some practical tips to help you get your HVAC at the lowest price possible in your area: Make Comparisons with Competitors One of the oldest negotiating tricks in the book is to make comparisons with competitor's prices; this may work with HVAC installation too.
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3 Things To Do To Get Your Furnace Ready For Summer

Posted on: 24 January 2017

When spring comes around, you can't wait to turn off your furnace, open your windows, and enjoy the nice weather outside. You don't even want to remember that your furnace exists until it's time to turn it back on in the fall. However, you shouldn't do that. You need to summerize your furnace to make sure that it's ready to go when the fall comes around. Replace Your Furnace If you have been thinking about replacing your furnace, this is the time to do it.
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Why Has Your Pilot Light Turned Yellow?

Posted on: 5 January 2017

A bright blue flame is a common sight on many furnaces that still rely on pilot-driven ignition. But when that flame turns yellow, it could signal one or more potential problems that may affect the way your furnace operates. The following offers several reasons for a yellow pilot and how to correct those problems. Poor Oxygen Supply A healthy blue flame usually indicates a near-perfect combustion process. Unsurprisingly, a steady supply of oxygen is needed to keep this process going.
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