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New AC? Consider a Heat Pump!
Now that we're approaching the end of June, we sincerely hope that you've got a great air conditioner up and running already. If this is…
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Do Your Ducts Need to Be Sealed?
Many homeowners that use central air conditioning systems also use forced air heaters like furnaces in order to heat their homes. If you use a…
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Where Did Air Conditioning Come From?
Webve grown so accustomed to having air conditioned spaces that it can be hard to imagine not having access to the cool, dry air that…
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Why Good Dehumidification in Your Home Is Important
You may not realize this, but part of the reason air conditioning feels as good as it does is because your air conditioner removes both…
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Uneven Cooling: Yes, You Can Fix It
Itbs a familiar problem to a lot of homeowners: uneven cooling. Your bedrooms may be warmer than your living room and so on. Itbs an…
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Is a Zone Control System Right for My Home?
Homeowners interested in air conditioning options may have heard the term bzone control systemb without quite realizing what it means. Itbs an option for your…
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Coming Efficiency Changes for Air Conditioning Systems to Take Effect in 2015
One of the most important specifications on an air conditioner is its bseasonal energy efficiency ratio,b or SEER. This number indicates how well the air…
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How a Thermostat Affects Your Air Conditioning
It doesnbt take special training to know your thermostat is the instrument that tells your air conditioner to turn on and off. But, with recent…
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What Does the Energy Star Sticker Mean?
If youbre in the market for a new air conditioner, you may have noticed a little sticker on the side of certain models reading bEnergy…
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Condenser Problems with Your Air Conditioner
Central air conditioners are called bsplit systemsb because they consist of two separate units, one housed indoors and the other outdoors. The outdoor unit of…
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