Heating Alternatives For Your New Summer Cabin

Posted on: 24 August 2015

You're finally building that cabin by the lake to enjoy during the vacation months. You may even consider retiring there. When it comes to heating the new cabin, consider the alternatives to traditional forced air systems. Here are two popular ways to heat a living space without installing a bulky furnace.   Heat Pumps   This unique heating system technology doesn't create heat but transfers it from one location to another.
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Different Options For Commercial HVAC Systems

Posted on: 16 July 2015

Getting a new HVAC system is both a time consuming as well as a costly affair. For this reason, you should do the appropriate research to know what options are available to you when it comes to commercial heating and cooling. Contemplating the initial cost of this investment is not the only concern you will have. You should also consider the costs you could accrue in relation to maintenance, as these costs will vary from one commercial HVAC system to the next.
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How To Fix A Window A/C Unit That Is Making A Loud Humming Noise

Posted on: 7 July 2015

If your window air conditioning unit is making a loud humming noise when it is turned on, one of the following problems may be present. Learn how to fix the air conditioner so that it is restored back to its original condition. Materials wire brush wet/dry vacuum cleaner fin tool condenser coil lint-free cloths oil measuring tape weatherstripping scissors Dirty Condenser Coil With Bent Metal Pieces Turn off the power to the unit.
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Dual Fuel Heat Pumps: Why You Might Prefer Them to Other Pump Types

Posted on: 24 June 2015

Heat pumps typically rely on one fuel source, unless they are dual fuel pumps, which rely on two fuel sources. When your air conditioner is rather large or you have more than one because you have to heat a very large home, you might prefer a dual fuel heat pump. There are a few advantages that dual fuel pumps have over their single fuel source cousins. Two Fuel Sources Means You Always Have a Backup Plan
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