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  • How To Diagnose Furnace Banging Noises

    Gas furnaces are prone to making some natural noises, such as knocking, which occurs when metal parts expand after the furnace starts. However, if you hear a louder banging or popping sound, and the noise gets more frequent, it could be a sign of a problem. Some problems may need professional service, and others you can fix yourself,  but you should investigate the cause immediately by following these troubleshooting tips.
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  • A Simple Way To Improve Your HVAC System

    Are you sick of paying huge monthly bills during the summer? Does it seem like you are always turning off your air conditioner, just to try to save money? Instead of constantly sacrificing comfort in your own home, you can probably reduce your utility bills by making your HVAC system more efficient. Many people think that the only solution is to use their air conditioner less, but there is a good chance that your air conditioner is simply less efficient than it used to be just because it is getting older.
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  • Heating Repair And Efficiency Upgrades For Home Struggling With Winter

    As the months get colder, a failing heater can lead to more costs than you'd expect. It's not just about avoiding a repair bill. f you're not getting heat, you and your family may have to deal with poor sleep quality, distraction from discomfort, compromised immune systems, and other issues that people "tough out" because the immediate cost of these problems aren't printed on in a single day. To avoid the staggered costs of cold weather struggling while looking for better ways to keep heating affordable, consider few heating repair and upgrade options that can help.
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  • 3 HVAC Maintenance Tips To Reduce Wear Of Heating And Cooling

    If you want to reduce the cost of repairs to your HVAC system, the maintenance is important. You want to do maintenance on both the AC and furnace of your system to ensure your home stays comfortable all year. Seasonal servicing will help with maintaining your HVAC, but there are also some things that you can do to keep up with maintenance. Here are some HVAC maintenance tips to reduce wear of your heating and cooling systems:
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  • How To Keep Your HVAC System In The Best Posssible Shape

    If you would like to make sure that your HVAC system is going to remain in the best possible shape and last for as long as possible, you are going to want to conduct some specific maintenance steps. To help make sure that you are starting out on the right path, you will want to use the following tips. Keep The Filter Clean When you have disposable filters, it is important to make sure that you are changing them out as soon as they become dirty.
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  • How To Maintain Your Condenser

    HVAC maintenance is a constant chore. That is, if you want to keep your system as efficient as possible, you have to be vigilant and make repairs before they become more problematic and expensive to fix. Of course, most maintenance jobs will need to be handled by licensed HVAC technicians, but there are quite a few simple things you can do yourself. Cleaning and maintaining your condenser unit is one vitally important job.
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  • 2 Ways to Lower Your Cooling Bills

    Your cooling bills may be higher than you would like if you live in an area that gets very hot. Trying to keep your house to a temperature you like can end up being expensive. However, there are things that you can do that will help boost your air conditioner's cooling power while saving you money.  Heavy Curtains One thing you can do is hang some heavy curtains up over your windows.
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  • What Is The Compressor, Why Does Your AC Need It, And What Malfunctions Can Thwart Your System?

    A central air conditioner has a complicated system of carefully calibrated parts designed to move a chemical refrigerant that acts as the fuel for cooling. The process starts at the thermostat inside your home, which sends a signal to the condensing unit outside. The first part to start up in the condensing unit is called the compressor. What is the compressor, why does your air conditioner need it, and what malfunctions in the compressor can thwart your cooling system?
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  • Tips For Central Air Conditioner Use In A Multi-Story Home

    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

    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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