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  • Dangerous Summer Heat Causes Surge In Air Conditioning & Cooling Costs

    Summer is here and we're seeing a surge in A/C sales. Summer air conditioner sales are nothing new - all it takes is a quick search online for the term summer air conditioner sale and you'll see what we mean. But there's more to this seasonal temperature jump that's causing an uproar this year; it's also the added complications being caused by the heat wave.

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  • How Does A Heat Pump Work?

    Heat pumps are widely popular across the country, providing both efficient heating and cooling. Learn more about how they work and the advantages of heat pump systems.

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  • What Are Packaged HVAC Systems?

    When searching for a new heating or cooling system, there are many different types of equipment for home and business owners to select. One economic choice which is well-suited for most residential and commercial applications is a packaged unit.

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  • HVAC Damage Caused by Winter Weather

    Winter weather causes problems across the country, from poor road conditions, slips and falls, and even HVAC system damage! Many homeowners think their furnaces are safe because they’re not exposed to the elements, and their air conditioners are protected because they’re not in use. Here’s how winter weather can hurt your HVAC systems.

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  • Ductless Heating and Cooling for Residential and Commercial Use

    Ductless Heating and Cooling - Home and business owners are turning to ductless mini-split heating and cooling systems for greater control over comfort and energy savings. These systems are the perfect solution for applications where installing ductwork is not possible, due to space or even financial constraints.

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  • Should You Repair Or Replace Your Furnace?

    Should You Repair Or Replace Your Furnace? When a furnace breaks down, the owner may question whether it’s a better decision to repair it or replace it? Several factors should be considered when weighing the financial and comfort impacts of this decision. The following will help you best examine the situation to make the right call for your family, business, or tenants. Ask yourself:

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  • Single Stage, Two Stage, and Modulating Furnaces

    There are many types of furnaces available today with many different options. One option that you need to consider is how many stages your furnace should have. Below we have outlined each stage option that is currently available to help you decide which option might be best for your home.
  • Upflow, Downflow, and Horizontal. What do they mean?

    Upflow, downflow, and horizontal are very important factors when purchasing your HVAC equipment, however you might be wondering what these terms actually mean. These terms are used to explain the direction of airflow through your system and how your furnace is installed.
  • How Do Air Conditioners Work?

    We all know that air conditioners can provide you cool air during even the hottest months, but you might be wondering how they actually work. Air conditioners consist of three main components. These components are the compressor, condenser, and an evaporator coil. The compressor and condenser are usually located outside the house while the evaporator coil is located in the house, usually attached to the furnace or air handler.
  • SEER Ratings Explained

    SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and was defined by the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute. The SEER rating of a unit is the cooling output of the system during a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy used in that same period.

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