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  • Three Heating Tips Methods To Minimize Winter Allergies

    For allergy sufferers, spring and fall are often when allergy symptoms are the worst. This is also a time when many people are running their furnace, at least at night when temperatures are cooler. A furnace pulls in some outside air, which can contain allergens, but it also recirculates the air in your home, which means it is recirculating the allergens that are making you miserable. Fortunately, there are things you can do so that your furnace won't make your allergy woes any worse.
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  • Questions To Ask When Having Commercial Lighting Installed In Your Business

    If you are thinking about having commercial lighting installed in your business, you will need to work with a commercial electrician. While you are in the planning stages of the project, you will probably want to ask a lot of questions. These are some of the questions that you might want to ask your commercial electrician. Why Are You the Best Contractor for the Job? First, of course, you're going to want to make sure that you are working with the right commercial electrician.
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  • Spring Isn't A Silly Time To Replace Your Furnace

    When spring rolls in, most people shift their focus to warm-weather activities, like gardening and spending time outside. So when you mention to someone that you plan on replacing your furnace in the spring, they will probably give you a perplexed look. Don't let their confusion deter you. Spring can be a great time — maybe even the best time — to replace an aging furnace. Here's why. 1. You have time to think and shop around.
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  • The Serious Problem With Frozen Pipes: Why You Will Need A Plumber's Help

    Did you just notice that the pipes in your home are freezing? Having frozen pipes is never a good thing. Even if your pipes are new and strong, the water that turns to ice inside the pipes can cause those pipes to crack and break, causing extensive damage. Now that you have noticed what is happening, you need to contact a plumber. The plumber will provide the right solution to unfreeze the pipes and protect them to keep this from happening again.
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  • Making Your Business Greener With Upgraded AC Systems

    Climate control is a major sticking point for many green initiatives. Everyone wants their business to be more environmentally friendly, but doing so while maintaining a comfortable environment for employees and customers can be challenging. Turning thermostats up in the summer and down in the winter can help, but there are limits to this approach. If you want to achieve better energy efficiency and lower overall costs, extra steps are necessary.
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  • 5 Signs It May Be Time To Get Your Air Conditioner Repaired

    When an air conditioning system isn't running to the best of its abilities, it can make your home uncomfortable and may be wasting a lot of energy. There's no point in continuing to run your air conditioner without first getting repairs done. This can save you money in the long run and it can ensure that you have a cool summer. Not sure if you need air conditioner repair? Here are some signs it may be time to get your air conditioner repaired: 
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  • Getting Your Central Air Conditioning System Ready For Winter

    Split-unit air conditioning systems are a significant investment. These units do a great job of keeping your house cool through the summer, but they require regular maintenance and upkeep to operate efficiently and reliably. As the warmth of summer fades, it can be easy to forget about your AC system and ignore vital pre-winter maintenance steps. While many homeowners choose to leave annual maintenance until the spring, this is often a mistake.
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  • What To Know About Air Conditioning Repair

    Your home's air conditioner is a key part of keeping your home comfortable when temperatures rise outside. The average air conditioning system lasts somewhere between 15 and 20 years before it needs to be replaced. During this time, care and maintenance are a must for keeping your system running as well as possible. However, even with proper care and maintenance, repairs will likely be needed at some point. There are a few things that you should be aware of when it comes to air conditioning repair.
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  • The Benefits Of Installing A Zone Controlled Heating And Cooling System In Your Commercial Building

    If you own a commercial building, there are any benefits associated with installing a zone controlled heating and cooling system in your building. A zone controlled heating and cooling system allows you to control what parts of your building are heated and cooled at any given time, rather than having your heating and cooling system heat or cool your entire building at once. Here are a few of the benefits associated with installing a zone controlled heating and cooling system in your commercial building.
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  • Signs That You Are Having Trouble With Your Central Air System

    Since you probably do not want to find yourself without any cooled air in your home, you will want to make sure that you are keeping an eye out for signs that you need to call for HVAC services. The sooner you spot trouble with your central air conditioning system, the more likely it is that you will be able to get the issues with it resolved. The longer you wait for repairs, the more likely it is that too much wear and tear have occurred, and the repairs will either be more expensive, or you will have to invest in a brand-new unit.
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