R-22 Is Going Away – Find Out What It Means For Your HVAC System

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One of the biggest changes in the HVAC industry is the phase-out of R-22 refrigerant in favor of other, more environmentally-friendly alternatives. So what does this mean for your HVAC system? If you've recently purchased a new heat pump or central air conditioner, then you're already set and have nothing to worry about. If you've purchased an HVAC system within the last decade and you're thinking about keeping it a while longer, you'll need to be prepared for the upcoming changes within the next few years.

27 August 2015

Want A Better Air Conditioner? 2 Future HVAC Features That Could Change The Game

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During a hot, humid summer, nothing is worse than listening to your air conditioner sputter to a halt. Unfortunately, unless you want to endure inhumane temperatures and bothersome humidity, you might find yourself on the phone with a 24 hour ac repair technician, requesting a service call in the middle of the night. However, air conditioners of the future might not require as much tender loving care. Here are two future HVAC features that could change the game:

27 August 2015

When the Lights Go Out: Simple Solutions to Stay Warm This Winter During a Power Outage

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With the summer quickly coming to an end, you may be looking forward to cooler temperatures of fall and winter. Unfortunately, the colder months can bring wintry precipitation, which may lead to power outages and the loss of your home's main source of heat. Heating your home without power is not only stressful and costly, but it can become uncomfortable for you and your family. Using these tips, you can heat your home and keep your family comfortable after the power goes out.

26 August 2015

How To Investigate Air Conditioning Issues

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When your central air conditioning system is on the blink, ask yourself, "What would Sherlock Holmes do?" The great master detective of legend would observe the available clues and deduce the events that led to the crisis -- and you can do the same. Here are some common air conditioning "cases" you can help solve. The Case of the Missing Refrigerant Your HVAC system seemed to do an adequate job of cooling the house all through the spring, only to experience a sudden decline under the incessant broil of summer heat.

26 August 2015