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How Leaky Air Ducts Lead to Energy Loss and Increased Energy Costs

How Leaky Air Ducts Lead to Energy Loss and Increased Energy Costs

Do you feel like your heating and cooling bills keep increasing every year? While it is normal for energy to cost a little more each year, large increases in your energy bills could represent a problem with your HVAC system. One cause of rising energy costs is leaking air ducts. Here are a few things you should know about this potential problem if your energy bills keep rising. Role of Air Ducts If you have a forced-air furnace system, your home will contain air ducts. The role of the ducts is to transfer heated or cooled air to the rooms inside your home. The air ducts connect the furnace t...

4 Ways to Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Fall

4 Ways to Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Fall

Summer is still in full swing, but the fall months are just around the corner. Soon, hot summer days will give way to noticeably cooler weather. This means you won't be using your air conditioner as often or at the same intensity as before. Right now's a good time to get your air conditioner ready for the fall months ahead, which may include a few months of minimal usage. In some cases, your A/C system may even be completely dormant by late fall. Here are a few good tips that can help you get your air conditioner ready for fall weather. Replace Your Air Filter Checking and replacing...

6 Mistakes to Avoid When Using Your Air Conditioner

6 Mistakes to Avoid When Using Your Air Conditioner

The late summer and early fall months tend to be hard on home air conditioner systems. Homeowners need to take care to minimize strain on their air conditioner systems at these times of the year.  Unfortunately, many homeowners operate their air conditioners without putting enough forethought into maximizing efficiency and making it easier for their systems to keep interior air cool despite high temperatures outside. The following are six mistakes you should avoid when you're using your air conditioner to eliminate unnecessary strain on your HVAC system. Setting the Temper...

3 Warning Signs of Air Conditioning Failure

3 Warning Signs of Air Conditioning Failure

As the summer months continue to stretch on, it's increasingly important that your air conditioning system is able to provide you with the level of service that you desire. Unfortunately, many people allow predictable problems to sneak up on them and then find themselves dealing with a sudden breakdown that might have been preventable. Staying aware of warning signs is the first step in making sure that you operate your heating and cooling system responsibly. As you edge towards a system failure, some consistent symptoms are likely to develop early enough that you'll have time to take...

Maintaining Your Home's Air Conditioning System

Maintaining Your Home's Air Conditioning System

As the brutal heat of summer begins to set in, it's important to know that you and your family can stay comfortable inside your home. In some cases, the heat may actually rise to a level that threatens your health, so maintaining your air conditioning system isn't simply a matter of convenience. Learning about how it operates and what you can do to keep it in order is a vital task. Below, you'll find a guide to some tips for maintaining your home's air conditioning system. Though professional assistance and a reliable repair may be just a phone call away, committing to the pro...

Geothermal Heat Pumps: Six Advantages of Using This Exciting Technology

Geothermal Heat Pumps: Six Advantages of Using This Exciting Technology

Geothermal heat pumps are unfamiliar to many people, but they are one of the best technologies available when it comes to heating and cooling. Below is more information about these systems as well as how the use of geothermal heat pumps can benefit you, the homeowner. An Introduction to Geothermal Heat Pumps Geothermal heat pumps utilize natural heating and cooling cycles within the soil to provide climate control within homes. The system consists of a network of flexible pipes installed beneath the surface of the earth. A pump circulates refrigerant through the pipes. As the refrigerant mo...