Two Important Ways To Maintain Your Heat Pump

Posted on: 14 November 2017

It's not easy to keep your AC system working at 100% efficiency. It is a constant struggle that requires vigilance. Most repairs are difficult, they just need to be done in a timely manner. This article looks at two of the easiest ways you can make to keep up your HVAC system. Cover Your Heat Pump When it comes to a healthy AC system, taking preventative measures is vital. Perhaps the most important thing is making sure the evaporator coils on your heat pump are always kept clean.
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Air Conditioning Upgrades To Do In Spring Before Summer Heatwaves Arrive

Posted on: 24 February 2017

Soon the summer heatwaves will be here and you will want to turn your AC up full blast. This also means that you are going to be using a lot more energy to keep your house cool. Spring is a good time to start with upgrades to improve your AC system. Here are some spring air conditioning improvements that you may want to consider for your home before summer heatwaves start:
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5 Mistakes To Avoid To Properly Maintain Your Air Conditioning

Posted on: 18 January 2017

As a homeowner with air conditioning, you want to be sure that it is well maintained so that you can continue keeping your family cool during the hot summer months. To ensure that you are properly maintaining your AC, you will want to avoid the following five mistakes: Not Setting Up a Regularly Scheduled Inspection:  Before summer begins, it's important that you schedule regular inspections to be done by a professional.
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Can You Install An Air Conditioner With Your Current Furnace?

Posted on: 1 November 2016

If your home currently has forced air heating and you want air conditioning, the easiest solution is often to add a central air conditioner to your system. However, adding central air with an existing furnace does have its intricacies, and HVAC companies often prefer to replace the furnace and AC unit together. Simply adding an AC unit to your current furnace might be an option – depending on a few factors.
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