Installing Air Conditioning In Your Home

Posted on: 8 September 2017

It can be pretty miserable in a hot home, and if you do not have an air conditioner, you may be miserable a lot in the hot summer months. Nobody should have to go through a day in their own home and suffer through temperatures in the high 80's in their own home. Not only is that type of temperature miserable, but it can also be a health hazard. The good news is it can be fixed with an air conditioning system.
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How to Clean Your Furnace Pump

Posted on: 28 August 2017

Are you looking for a cheap and easy way to reduce the cost of your electricity bills? Often, it is the cost of running the heater and air conditioner that contribute most to utility bills. Luckily, there are a few ways that you can make your HVAC system more productive, more efficient, and cheaper to run on a daily basis. Most people don't really do any HVAC maintenance, besides occasionally replacing the air filter.
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A Guide To Buying Propane Fuel

Posted on: 15 August 2017

As you look to fuel your home or stock up on an energy source that serves you, consider switching to propane. Propane is a great fuel to use no matter where you live or what sort of budget you are working with. To this end, make sure that you learn a little bit more about buying propane, so that you're being a good steward over your energy use and making the best purchase for you.
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How To Winterize A Window Air Conditioner

Posted on: 1 August 2017

Window air conditioners provide an affordable and easy to install cooling solution to your home when larger air conditioning systems are impractical to install. However, just like all other types of air conditioners, window units need to be properly winterized to ensure that they do not become damaged by freezing winter temperatures. Thankfully, winterizing your window air conditioner unit is a fairly straightforward process: What You'll Need You'll need a screwdriver, lint free cloths, replacement air filters, a soft bristled brush, a bucket, common cleaning detergent, bungee cords, and a plastic tarp large enough to wrap your air conditioning unit in.
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