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4 Tips For Inspecting The HVAC System Of A New Home

When you are in the process of purchasing a new home, you will want to take the time to inspect the HVAC system to ensure that it will not need replacing as soon as you move in. Even if it is in bad condition, though, if you are still interested in purchasing the home, you can offer a lower price in order to save money to use to replace the HVAC system. Read More 

Leaning Towards Crawl Space Encapsulation? 3 Ways To Prevent Moisture Buildup

If you're in the process of building a new home and it has a crawl space, your contractor might have talked to you about crawl space encapsulation. This process allows you to seal your crawl space off, which makes your home more energy efficient. Once the crawl space has been encapsulated, however, it can tend to develop a moisture problem. This is particularly true if your new home is located in a humid region of the United States. Read More 

How To Clean Your AC Fan Compartment

Most people think that they need to immediately call an HVAC contractor if their air conditioning system is not working perfectly. In reality, the problem is often very simple to fix (or at least to diagnose). With a little guidance, you can often find and fix the problem on your own. For instance, air conditioners commonly lose their efficiency when the fan compartment gets dirty and the output vents get clogged. Read More 

4 Signs You Need To Clean Your Air Ducts

Your air ducts work to move hot and cold air from your central heating and cooling system throughout your home, maintaining the comfort levels in each room. However, over time, debris can build up and block your ducts, ruining the efficiency of your heating and cooling systems. Thankfully, there are a number of warning signs you can look out for to help determine when you need to contact a professional to have your ducts cleaned. Read More 

How To Fix Common Heater Problems

If your central heater hasn't been working that well recently, then there are a number of things that might be wrong with it. However, you might not need to go and buy a replacement because you might be able to handle the situation yourself. With a little knowledge and a couple of tools, you will be able to diagnose and fix a wide variety of common furnace problems. To help you get started, here are some solutions to a very common heating problem: a total lack of heat. Read More 

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Struggling With Your Heater

Nothing is more frustrating than dealing with a malfunctioning HVAC system. In addition to worrying about keeping your family comfortable, you might also worry about how quickly the energy consumption is eating through your power bill. However, a few years ago I came across a website that taught me a lot about caring for my HVAC equipment. I want to return the favor by collecting articles about HVAC care, which is why this website exists. After you read this information, you might feel better prepared to look after your home, reduce your energy usage, and keep everyone happy and comfortable.