Pros and Cons of Radiant-Floor Panels in Heating or Cooling Your Home

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Radiant floor panels are pieces of aluminum backed by copper tubing that provide the electricity or water supply required for the heating. The panels offer a few essential pros and cons when compared to a traditional HVAC unit. Weighing those factors can help you determine whether radiant panels are the right choice for your situation. Here are a few of the pros and cons for radiant floor panels. Need more advice after reading?
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3 Tips For Keeping Your House Cooler In The Summertime Heat

Posted on: 15 August 2016

Even when you have central air conditioning, there are times when your house may feel stifling hot when the temperature rises during the height of summer. To keep your house cooler, as well as save a little money on your cooling bills, use one or more of the tips below. Close Off Unused Rooms If you have several rooms in your house that you either never go into or rarely use, you may be wasting a lot of cool air and money to keep them cool for no reason.
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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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