Keeping My HVAC System On Point

Is your HVAC system struggling to turn on and off? Learn to recognize HVAC problems early so you can avoid permanent damage.

Keeping My HVAC System On Point

First-Time Well Owner? How Can You Protect Your Pump (And Pipes)?

4 November 2015
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If you've recently had a well constructed on your property, you may be excited at the prospect of becoming independent from the local city or county water supply. By controlling your own water supply on your own property, you'll not only be able to keep your utility costs down, you'll ensure you always have access to water -- even during times of drought or a city water outage. However, if you've never owned a home with a well before, you may not feel fully equipped to maintain and monitor this new structure and its associated plumbing.
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Building A House? Consider Taking Advantage Of Geothermal Energy

3 November 2015
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There are a few lucky souls who own land above a geothermal hot spot. Homes built on these locations can tap into that warmth to gain nearly unlimited, nearly free electricity. Even if you are not in that position, you can still make use of this resource. Geothermal HVAC systems are extremely efficient, and cost very little to run once installation is completed. Anyone With a Backyard Can Install a Closed Loop System
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Uneven Heating Issues In Two-Story Homes: Why This Happens And How To Solve This Problem

30 October 2015
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Living in a two-story house has its benefits, but there are also issues you might have. One issue you might be dealing with is uneven temperatures on each floor of your home. This typically occurs in two-story homes when there is only one thermostat in the house. There are ways you can fix this problem, but you might need to hire a contractor that specializes in heating and air conditioning repair.
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Create A Fall Cleaning Routine For Your Air Conditioner

26 October 2015
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Getting ready for winter means making sure your windows are sealed and deciding when to put the holiday lights up. Another thing you should add to your fall to-do list is air conditioner maintenance. This will ensure the unit takes the minimal amount of damage during the winter and is completely ready to go when you turn it on next spring. Wash Out the Condenser At least once a year, you need to take the cover off your condenser and wash it out thoroughly.
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Keeping My HVAC System On Point

About a year ago, I could tell that our HVAC system was really starting to struggle. No matter what we did, the system seemed to have a hard time turning on and off. When our air was running, it smelled terrible. In the winter, it seemed like our home was never warm enough. To ward off sudden failures, we hired a professional to come out and inspect our system. After a thorough analysis, we discovered that there were some serious fan problems. This blog is all about recognizing HVAC system problems early and keeping your system on point, so that you can avoid permanent damage.

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