Tips For Central Air Conditioner Use In A Multi-Story Home

Posted on: 14 December 2016

If you recently purchased a multi-story home located in a hot climate, then it is important that you know how to properly cool it with its air conditioning system. Since larger homes that have more than one level can be a challenge to evenly cool during the summer, you can make some simple adjustments to ensure that all of your family members are comfortable in your new house. To this end, here are some tips for central air conditioner use in a multi-story home:
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Simple Strategies That Can Help You Save On Water, Heating, And Cooling Costs

Posted on: 14 October 2016

If you are like most people, you want to find ways to save money on bills. This is why it makes sense to take some time to look at everyday things you may be doing that are causing your utility bills to be higher. The following are some measures you can take to conserve water and reduce your heating and cooling costs.  Heating and Cooling - Ensure that you have an adjustable thermostat installed and that it is working properly.
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Improve Your Indoor Air Quality With These Four Suggestions

Posted on: 15 August 2016

Have you noticed that your respiratory issues seem to get worse when you are in your home? If so, you may have poor indoor air quality. Many people like to think of polluted air as an outdoor issue but it can also be cumbersome inside of homes particularly because of enclosed space. The following are a few things that you can do to improve your indoor air quality. Clean Frequently
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Before You Go Away On Vacation, Make Sure You HVAC System Is Set And Protected

Posted on: 19 July 2016

Nothing ruins your summer vacation vibe faster than coming home to a broken AC unit or a through-the-roof energy bill. If you plan on leaving your air conditioning on while you're away, there is always a risk that something could go wrong – but you can minimize that risk by following these tips. Set your thermostat higher. There's no need to keep your home at a chilly 68 or 70 when you're not there – but you don't want to turn it off completely, or you'll come home to a humid heat-box.
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