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HVAC Glossary: Terms You Should Know Before You Buy

Posted by Ed Miller on Sun, Jan 24, 2021

HVAC systems are among the most expensive investments a homeowner will make, which is why it can quickly become overwhelming when shopping for a new one. You end up pondering questions like: Which brand do I choose? How does the unit cool the air? How do heat pumps work? And so forth...

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Tags: HVAC, technology

3 HVAC Technology Trends to Watch for in 2021

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Jan 04, 2021

The beginning of a new year is the most common time to plan big financial decisions - including major purchases for your home. If you’ve been considering investing in a new HVAC system, consider these trending technologies; not only are they guaranteed to make life easier (and boy, do we need that after a year like 2020), they will also help you save cash in the long term.

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Tags: HVAC, Green Energy, technology

It's Cold Upstairs! Heating and Air Tips for Two-Story Homes

Posted by Ed Miller on Sun, Dec 06, 2020

 

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Tags: Heating, cold weather, HVAC tips, two-story home

The Heat Pump Defrost Cycle Explained

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Dec 01, 2020

As winter approaches and temps start to drop, your heat pump will occasionally need to go through a defrost cycle. The defrost cycle helps your heat pump, and ultimately your HVAC system, operate more efficiently.

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Tags: heater

Daikin, Lennox, Rheem: WHich HVAC Brand Is Best for Me?

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Nov 11, 2020

A new air conditioning and heating unit is a massive investment. Choosing the right HVAC equipment for your home can be difficult, especially when you’re choosing between the biggest names in the game: Daikin, Lennox, and Rheem.

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Tags: Air Conditioning Unit, Lennox, Trane, York, Amana, Carrier

Five Frequently Asked Questions about Smart Thermostats

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Nov 04, 2020

Many people do not consider replacing their thermostat unless something goes wrong, or until it becomes obsolete when they upgrade their heating and cooling systems. However, homes are becoming smarter with products that make our lives easier. One piece of technology that is taking the HVAC industry by storm is the smart thermostat. Are you wondering if a smart thermostat is right for your home and family? Read on to explore some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about smart thermostats and their answers.

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Tags: Save energy, Energy efficiency, smart thermostat, smart home

What Is the Proper Indoor Humidity Level for Your Home?

Posted by Ed Miller on Sun, Oct 25, 2020

If there is one thing that the Sunshine State has plenty of – other than sunshine – it is unrelenting humidity. Florida residents often find themselves in a battle to keep their homes, not only cool, but also free of excessive moisture. When it is too humid in your home, it certainly makes it uncomfortable; however, that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the troubles humidity can cause. Here is everything you need to know about indoor humidity and your home.

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Tags: humidity, humidifier, HVAC tips

A Quick Look at the Past 50 Years in HVAC

Posted by Ed Miller on Sun, Oct 11, 2020

Imagine what it would be like to not have central air or an energy-efficient heater in your home. Fifty years ago, you wouldn’t have had to imagine. However, between new technology, increased energy efficiency, and improved safety standards, a lot has changed in the HVAC industry over the last 50 years.

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Tags: HVAC, Green Energy, smart home

7 Noises From Your HVAC System and What They Mean

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Sep 25, 2020

Is the thwapping noise from your air conditioner drowning out the dialogue on your favorite show? Shouting over the bang-bang-bang noise that happens when your air conditioning turns on? Sometimes, we get used to the familiar HVAC noises we hear every day, and we forget they might mean trouble for us later down the road.

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The Benefits of Changing Your Air Filter Regularly

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Sep 03, 2020

When it comes to taking care of your home and yourself, the most important factors are often the simplest, and therefore, the easiest to overlook or ignore. A prime example of this is replacing your air filter. When was the last time you replaced your filter - or even checked on it to see if it needed to be replaced? 

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Tags: Air Filter, air quality, Clean Filters

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