image of an outdoor air conditioning unit in summer

Whenever it feels hot inside the house, we often turn to the air conditioner for comfort. We push a few buttons and enjoy a cooler home. It’s a great piece of technology that makes the worst summer days bearable. In this article, we discuss how an air conditioner works to keep your home cool.

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Allergies affect millions of Americans each year. Some have it worse than others due to their sensitivity and their environmental conditions. If you are one of these individuals, then consider making changes to your home for greater comfort. For example, to help combat seasonal allergies, you can use your HVAC system for improved indoor air quality.

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image of homeowner trying to sleep but can't due to air conditioning noises

No air conditioning unit is completely quiet. Even new units will produce certain sounds which are completely normal for day-to-day use. In some cases, however, the air conditioner noises may be a symptom of a bigger problem that indicates that the unit should be inspected by a professional right away.

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image of couple calculating savings after air conditioner maintenance

To avoid expensive air conditioner repair costs and high energy bills, your AC should be in excellent working condition.  Ultimately, the best way to achieve this is by scheduling an air conditioner tune-up in the spring, before the summer heat arrives. This article discusses how an AC tune-up can save you money.

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If your air conditioner is due for replacement, then make sure that the next one will be worth the investment. However, do not just focus on getting the best cooling equipment. Choose the best air conditioner replacement company as well. Even the most energy-efficient units can perform badly if installed the wrong way.

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image of a ductless air conditioner

Unlike central air conditioners, ductless air conditioners, as their name suggests, have no ducts. Similar to central ACs, ductless air conditioning units cool a given space by sucking in warm air, absorbing moisture and heat from that air, and then dumping the moisture/heat outside. In this article, we discuss more on ductless cooling systems.

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mitsubishi heating and cooling system

Central air systems waste a lot of energy controlling environments that are unoccupied. Consider shifting to a ductless mini-split heat pump to improve efficiency through zoning. However, one question that many homeowners ask is “How many mini splits do I need?”. In this article, we discuss this question in more detail.

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image of a homeowner placing hands in front of hvac air vent to check for airflow

HVAC systems need proper airflow to provide excellent heating and cooling performance. If everything is working as it should, then homeowners can expect high energy efficiency, low operating costs, long-lasting components, and balanced temperatures. However, a lot of homes have airflow issues that lead to discomfort and high HVAC costs.

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The HVAC industry has certainly enjoyed its fair share of innovations over the years. In the past decade, several changes have made their mark in HVAC technology, bringing with it a tremendous improvement in home comfort and energy consumption. This article discusses some of the advancements in the HVAC industry.

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