Indoor Allergies? Consider Choosing A Boiler System To Heat Your New Home

Posted on: 13 May 2016

If you suffer from indoor allergies to mold spores, dust, or pet dander, you likely have noticed how much worse your symptoms get during the winter when your heat is on. This is not your imagination playing tricks on you. Forced air heating systems, which are found in most homes, like to kick up these allergens, making your symptoms worse. So if you're building a new home soon, you'll want to consider saying "
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How To Clean Your Condenser Motor And Fan

Posted on: 12 May 2016

Most AC repairs should be done by a licensed HVAC contractor, but there are some great DIY jobs that you can probably do. Some jobs can be done without any power tools or special supplies. One of the best DIY jobs is to clean the condenser fan and motor. These simple checkups could be very easy, or they could reveal that there is something seriously wrong with your unit. This article explains how to safely work on your condenser fan and motor.
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3 Ways You Can Tell If Your Furnace Is Breaking Down

Posted on: 11 May 2016

It is important to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that there could be something going wrong with your furnace. This way, you can call in a professional HVAC technician as soon as you spot a sign of trouble. To help you know when it is time to call for heating repair, you will want to review the following points. The Furnace Shakes When It Kicks On
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Three Little Maintenance Tasks For Your Outdoor AC Compressor

Posted on: 10 May 2016

Your outdoor compressor unit is a vital component of your air conditioning system. But since it's exposed to the elements and undergoes a lot of wear and tear, it needs a little maintenance to keep it running smoothly and improve its lifespan. Here are three maintenance tasks you should perform on your outdoor compressor unit at least once a year. Cleaning the Fins The fins are those thin strips of metal that are arranged vertically on the outside of your condenser unit.
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