Be Eco-Friendly: Proper HVAC Disposal and Recycling

Be Eco-Friendly: Proper HVAC Disposal and Recycling

Just as with anything we dispose of these days, we must be concerned about HVAC disposal. Responsible disposal takes some effort, but your HVAC company will likely help you get rid of the old system as you make way for the new.

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Soundproof Your Air Conditioning: No More HVAC Noise

Soundproof Your Air Conditioning: No More HVAC Noise

An air conditioner is a must-have appliance for homeowners in the Coastal Bend area. However, it can provide equal parts pleasurable cooling comfort and displeasure if it makes disruptive noise. Several factors can cause your indoor unit to operate more audibly than usual. Here are the different steps you can take to resolve unwanted HVAC noise.

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HVAC System Care: Detecting an HVAC Leak

HVAC System Care: Detecting an HVAC Leak

An HVAC leak is a common cause of declining air conditioner performance as well as higher monthly cooling costs. Refrigerant is the lifeblood of your cooling system. It carries heat extracted inside the house to the outdoor unit where it’s dispersed into outside air.  Loss of refrigerant due to an HVAC leak may eventually cause even more serious consequences including irreparable damage to the A/C compressor, the most expensive single component in the system.

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Comprehensive Guide to Different HVAC Types

Comprehensive Guide to Different HVAC Types

Buying a new HVAC system is no easy task. There are a lot of decisions to make, and a lot of research you need to do, if you want to make the right ones. Here’s a comprehensive guide to different HVAC types and what they mean for your home.

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Importance of a Sealed Combustion Closet when It Comes to Safe Home Air

Importance of a Sealed Combustion Closet when It Comes to Safe Home Air

Do you have a gas furnace or water heater in your Coastal Bend home? If so, it’s vital to learn exactly how these combustion appliances can jeopardize the well-being of your family. To ensure you have a safe home air supply, it may be necessary to enclose the equipment inside a sealed combustion closet.

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Your Guide to Selecting Your HVAC Piping Materials

Your Guide to Selecting Your HVAC Piping Materials

When you think of pipes, you probably think of plumbing. But your HVAC system uses piping too! Your A/C transports hot and cold water via pipes, while your furnace uses them for heated water, and oil, or natural gas. There are all different types of HVAC piping, and all different materials used to make them. Here’s a brief guide.

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Simple Ways to Celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week

Simple Ways to Celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week	U.S. government agencies that deal directly with air quality or with its consequences sponsor Air Quality Awareness Week to make everyone more aware of how important it is. This year it starts on April 29 and runs through May 4.  Read More »

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Ductwork Maintenance and Your Home Efficiency

Ductwork Maintenance and Your Home EfficiencyYou may not think about your ductwork very often because it’s hidden in the attic or behind your ceiling or walls. But what you may not know is that it’s one of the biggest energy wasters in South Texas homes. Read on to learn more about why you should prioritize ductwork maintenance. Read More »

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What You Should Know About UV Lights and Air Quality

What You Should Know About UV Lights and Air QualityIf you’ve been looking for an easy way to boost your home’s air quality that doesn’t cost a lot, uses little energy and doesn’t use floor space, look no further than UV (ultraviolet) lights. These lights go inside the HVAC system and clean the air by shining on bacteria, viruses and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).  Read More »

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Easter Egg Hunt: Make it Safe for Your Kids and Your Air System

Easter Egg Hunt: Make it Safe for Your Kids and Your Air SystemEaster egg hunts are a springtime tradition and a fun event for kids and adults alike. If you’re hosting this year’s hunt, you have a lot of planning and preparation to do – like choosing toys and treats, finding the best hiding spots for eggs, and preparing beverages and snacks for the adults to nosh on. Read More »

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