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  • Should You Replace Or Repair Your A/C Unit? How To Know

    Your air conditioner is responsible for keeping you and your family cool in those sweltering summer months. An air conditioner isn't a necessity to have in your home, but it sure is a nice convenience to have. A breakdown of your air conditioner isn't something you want to have, although a repair here and there may not be too bad, but an excessive amount of repairs may put a serious dent in your pocket book.
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  • Is Your Air Conditioner Leaking Refrigerant?

    Inside the coils of your air conditioner, there is a liquid known as refrigerant. It is specially designed to expand and contract as it changes temperature. Its ability to absorb heat from the air is what allows your air conditioner to cool your home. One problem that can occur, however, is that the coil starts leaking refrigerant. Here's a closer look at this problem and how to tell if it's to blame for your air conditioner's issues.
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  • 3 Important Steps To Prepare Your Furnace For Summer

    Are you glad that summer has finally arrived? Do you not even want to think about winter now? Although cold winter weather may be the last thing that you want to consider once spring and summer weather come along, it's important to make sure that your home is ready for the next time cold weather rolls around. Aside from making sure that your home is properly insulated, something that helps in every season, keeping your furnace in working order is crucial to having a warm home in the winter.
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  • 2 Kinds Of Furnace Filters You Can Choose From

    There are a lot of things that your furnace needs so that it will work the way it should. One of those things is a filter. A filter is actually in your furnace so that it can protect your furnace and keep it working right. It has the added benefit of being able to keep dirt and dust from being blown around your house, but its primary job is to make sure that the air flow to the furnace is to make sure that the air flow to your furnace keeps going.
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