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HVAC Mechanisms and Systems

HVAC systems allow us to stay safe, sane, and comfortable despite the crazy weather we now have. At a time when climate change is a pressing issue, it is a must for almost all enclosed spaces to have an HVAC system installed. These systems must be maintained because if you don’t, problems may start arising and you’ll end up spending more money for HVAC repairs and replacements than just simply hiring an HVAC pro to check your system and keep everything in excellent condition when you still have the time.

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Don’t Wait Till Winter to Have Your Furnace Checked

As Canadians, we cannot wait to put away our winter clothes and get out the golf clubs.  So when the warm weather finally arrives, we just shut off our furnace and forget about it.  However, that could leave you out in the cold when you really need  your furnace come the winter time.  There are some warning signs that you should be aware of.

Musty/dusty odors coming from the vents are expected when a furnace first cycles on for the season. It’s dust from the ducts being blown into the living space and the burning of dust from along the … read full article

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Pollutants – A Nuisance

The most obvious reason that the radiator collided with an electrical switch is that the blower is draining. On the off chance that something is blocking the wind stream in your HVAC system, your blower needs to work harder to change. The reason behind this could be a dirty air duct work. Right when the air duct is wild, your blower needs to work harder to propel air through the pipes.

This creates the blower’s purpose to utilize and it would now have the capacity to function properly after the electrical switch is turned on. Check and replace when needed … read full article

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Discover How a Gas Furnace Works

how a furnace worksGas furnaces are crucial in keeping many homes warm and comfy once the outside temperature starts to plummet to the negative. And it is safe to say that everybody will probably agree that it is among the most costly investments homeowners buy for their home. If you live somewhere cold, you’d probably be using one most of the year. It is best if you have an idea how a gas furnace works, so you can use it the right way, maintain it properly and regularly, and effectively do minor repairs when necessary.

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Complement Your HVAC System by Using Smart Chairs

The process of heating your home seems to go on autopilot. When you set your thermostat, the heater works by bring up the temperature in your home to match the desired temperature. This seemingly mundane process can be fine-tuned with the help of modern technology, such as smart thermostats. However, in most situations, it is still a one-size-fits-all approach to solving your problem.

If you want each member of your household to have more control over their comfort, consider integrating heated chairs with smartphone controls. Continue reading to learn more about this revolutionary approach to personal comfort.

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Preventative AC Maintenance

Without question, the key to keeping your air conditioning system working right is preventative maintenance. According to experts, not only does it ensure all the parts are working well, but it helps you avoid spending money on costly repairs. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to perform preventative maintenance. Luckily, learning what you need to know isn’t difficult. If you’re dedicated to ensuring your air conditioning system works well and will keep working well for years to come, keep these things in mind.

1. Learn How Your System Functions

Every central air conditioning unit has two primary components – the evaporator … read full article

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Most Important Summer Plumbing Tips
Summertime means more dirty clothes. Make sure you check the washing machine hose for leaks, bulges or cracks. Remove the dryer lint on a regular basis. The hose should be replaced every three years. The washing machine should be placed at least 04-inches from the wall in order to prevent hose kinks and damage. Make sure you don’t leave your home while the machine is running. The ductwork can sweat from condensation during the humid weather. It may cause backups if your drains are not clear. On the other hand, leaks in the seams also can cause condensation. Make sure… read full article
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Comparing Gas Absorption Heat Pump and Electric Heat Pump

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Before we start with the comparison, let us define what a heat pump is.  It’s a device or an equipment that transfers heat from a low-temperature fluid to another that has higher temperature.  It got its name from that ability – carrying heat to higher temperature level from a lower temperature, which inverts the natural process of heat flow since it usually starts from a higher temperature and goes to a lower temperature. This process can be related to a water pump that is positioned between 2 connected water basins placed at different elevation.  Naturally, water will flow to the … read full article

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Types of Garage Heaters and How Much They Cost

Homeowners living in cold places, who likewise experience even colder winters, can benefit the most from garage heaters. It can save you from having frozen pipes and equipment, can provide warmth to cars over the night, and allow you to socialize or finish workshop tasks during the coldest months of the year.

Do you want to find out more about a garage heater installation? Read on and learn the essentials such as types and costs especially if you are planning on buying one for your garage.

Types of Garage Heaters

Electric – Electric garage heaters effectively converts electricity to provide … read full article

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Essential HVAC Services HVAC Contractors Should Offer

Heating and cooling systems are prone to wear and tear over time and continued use. If you want to maximize its efficiency and extend its lifespan, regular maintenance such as changing of the filters and replacing worn parts can help you save money too. There are other essential HVAC services your contractor can do, so ask them what these HVAC services are that can be done to ensure your HVAC system will keep on heating cold winter nights and cool down scorching summer days for a long time.

If you fail to do these essential HVAC services in the maintenance … read full article

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