HVAC Holiday Preparation

HVAC Holiday PreparationThe holidays are finally upon us again, and that means it’s time to prepare your home for the coming winter. In fact, holiday HVAC concerns should take top priority before the temperature drops too much. To help you out, we’ve compiled a few simple tasks that you should carry out:

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Things to Know About HVAC Control Systems

Things to Know About HVAC Control SystemsIt takes an elaborate HVAC control system to manage heating, cooling and ventilation in a large building to ensure occupant comfort and energy efficiency. In such a system, software gathers data from various sensors and controllers to continuously monitor interior conditions, and synchronizes the operation of the different HVAC components. Your home’s HVAC has controls too, and while they’re less complex, they serve the same essential purpose.
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Staying Warm and Saving Money This Winter

Staying Warm and Saving Money This WinterAs the weather grows colder, you’re going to need to start running your furnace with increasing frequency in order to keep warm. Which would be great if it wasn’t so expensive. Are your winter energy bills are always through the roof? Here are a few tips for saving money this winter while maintaining home comfort.

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Solving Indoor Air Quality Concerns for the Winter

Solving Indoor Air Quality Concerns for the WinterIt’s hard to believe that winter indoor air quality (IAQ) could be an issue this far south, but for a few months every year, it’s chilly enough to keep the doors and windows closed. As the temperatures fall, air quality might become an issue.

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Dead Rodent in Your Ductwork? Here’s What To Do

Dead Rodent in Your Ductwork? Here's What To DoWhen you have a foul odor in your home, it could be coming from a rodent that has crawled into your ductwork and died. This strong, unpleasant smell can last for a long time if you don’t find and remove the dead rodent. Find out more about how to get clean ductwork when you’re dealing with a rodent carcass.

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Handling Humidity Beneath Your House

Handling Humidity Beneath Your HouseMany of the humidity effects you may experience inside your home actually originate under the house. Water vapor is always on the move, migrating from one zone into another. When excess humidity from any source accumulates in the crawl space or basement of your house, it doesn’t stay there long. Humidity infiltrates the living spaces above through tiny structural cracks and gaps, making the house less comfortable as well as potentially triggering toxic mold growth.

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Air Conditioner Buying Guide: Sizing

Air Conditioner Buying Guide: SizingIn a climate like ours, getting central air conditioner sizing right is crucial for comfort and reasonable cooling bills. When a unit is too large or small, it won’t perform as well. Comfort diminishes, energy costs increase and the system won’t last as long.

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Furnace Filter Arrows: What Do They Mean?

Furnace Filter Arrows: What Do They Mean?Proper installation of a furnace filter means making certain it’s facing the right direction. The filter cleans airflow returning to the furnace from rooms throughout your entire house. In a typical residential HVAC system, well over 1,000 cubic feet per minute of air passes through that filter while the system is running. For proper filtration function, the filter must be oriented so the correct side faces toward the furnace unit, with the arrows pointing in the direction of return airflow.

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Pros and Cons of a Condensing Furnace

Pros and Cons of a Condensing FurnaceToday’s furnaces have come a long way from the furnaces of yesteryear, providing remarkable improvements in overall comfort and energy efficiency. If you’re in the market for a new furnace, a condensing furnace offers one of the most efficient home comfort solutions you can buy.

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Reasons Your Air Conditioner is Blowing Hot Air When Set to Cool

Reasons Your Air Conditioner is Blowing Hot Air When Set to CoolWhen your air conditioner is running, warm air coming from your HVAC vents is a cause for concern. There are various reasons why this might happen: it may be a mix-up in your HVAC settings, a maintenance issue, or a serious problem within the cooling system. Here are some of the most common causes and what to do to restore the flow of comfortably-cool air.

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