Using Ductless As A Supplemental Heat Source

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Central heating systems can be expensive to run. This is especially true if not all the rooms in the home are in use. Why heat rooms that no one is using? One answer to this is supplemental ductless heating. This article discusses what a ductless heat pump system can do for you.

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Prepare Your Home In The Fall, Before Winter Arrives

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You want to protect your home from the cold winter temperatures, but you want to do it before winter arrives. The perfect time to take action is in the fall. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the tasks you should do before the cold temperatures arrive. Click here to read more on this topic.

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How To Avoid Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke When Your AC Goes Down

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The CDC states that dehydration, heat exhaustion, and more are some of the common health hazards that happen in summer. Remember to take the needed steps to prepare your HVAC system for the hot season. This article shares several steps to keep cool if your air conditioner malfunctions in the middle of summer.

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How Evaporator & Condenser Coils Help Cool Your Home

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Contrary to what most think, an air conditioner doesn’t produce cool air. Instead, it absorbs heat and transfers it outdoors. Much of this work is accomplished behind the scenes by an air conditioner’s evaporator and condenser coils. While these coils might look similar, they do very different things in the cooling process.

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How To Keep Your Heat Pump From Freezing Up In Summer

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The heat pump is an important piece of equipment for both heating and cooling. However, the heat pump, like other machines, may experience an issue at some point or another. One typical issue is when a heat pump freezes up in the peak of the summer. This article discusses some causes and solutions.

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Why Is My AC Compressor Running But Not Cooling?

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Air conditioning systems are critical during the hot and exhausting days of summer. If the air conditioner consumes power without improving the room temperatures, this is a sign of an air conditioner problem. This article discusses a common problem that homeowners experience with their cooling system – the AC compressor is working but not cooling.

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Leaking Water Inside?

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Most people feel worried when they notice water coming out of their air conditioner. While a small trickle should not cause alarm, it is still a good idea to get it checked out. This helps prevent problems from escalating. This article discusses the most common causes behind water coming out of your cooling system.

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AC Troubleshooting: Home Air Conditioner Starts Cold Then Gets Warm

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Most air conditioner problems rear their ugly face at the peak of the season. A common issue that occurs at this time is when an air conditioner emits cold air that progressively gets warmer during the cooling cycle. In this article, we discuss some of the common causes and solutions for this problem.

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Why Is My House So Humid?

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When it comes to being comfortable in your home, the temperature is not the only consideration. Humidity levels are important, too. When there is too much moisture in the air, many start feeling uncomfortable. In this article, we discuss some of the reasons for high humidity and offer some solutions to the problem.

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Air Conditioner Makes Loud Noise When Starting

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An air conditioner unit will emit a sound when it kicks on and starts cooling your home. However, if your air conditioner makes a loud noise when starting, that’s a sign of trouble. It could be a symptom of a serious air conditioner issue. This article addresses causes and solutions for loud air conditioning units.

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