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Home Comfort Solutions for Sunrooms

Home Comfort Solutions for Sunrooms

Sunrooms can present a challenge when you’re looking for maximum comfort, summer or winter, from some sort of HVAC solution. Let’s look at some of the options for your sunroom HVAC. Heating In our warm climate, a space heater may provide as much heat as you need for your sunroom in winter. With the sun…

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Supply Vents and Return Vents: Identifying HVAC Vents in Your Home

Supply Vents and Return Vents: Identifying HVAC Vents in Your Home

Your HVAC vents distribute summer coolness and winter warmth to all rooms in your home. Household ductwork and vents that circulate conditioned air actually comprise two separate systems: Supply HVAC vents push cooled or heated air from the central air handler into each room. Usually, the supply vent is located high on a wall near…

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Which Thermostat Option is Right for Your Home?

Which Thermostat Option is Right for Your Home?

These days, a wide array of thermostats to operate your HVAC system is available in the marketplace, from low tech analog models, to high tech smart thermostats that allow you a whole range of controls. Take your choice from the following thermostat options, according to your needs. Manual Thermostat These aren’t likely to go away…

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Comfort Considerations of Guest Houses

Comfort Considerations of Guest Houses

If you have a separate area of your home dedicated to visitors, you’ll want to be sure that it also offers plenty of guest house comfort. Thanks to cooling product innovations, there’s a solution for every kind of space. As a Separate Building When the building is separate from the main house, you have plenty…

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Heater Replacement Considerations

Heater Replacement Considerations

Even though winter is months away, summertime is the best season for heater replacements for both the homeowner and the HVAC contractor. Consumers get better prices and more attention and the contractor will be able to reduce the inventory of furnaces in stock. Signs You Need a Replacement Your HVAC contractor recommends that you replace…

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What Factors Affect Home Comfort?

What Factors Affect Home Comfort?

During the summer, home comfort looms to the forefront because we have to spend so much time indoors to stay out of the heat. Besides the actual temperature indoors, there are other components that contribute to overall health and indoor enjoyment. Temperature The air temperature dictates how comfortable you are inside to a large extent…

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Deterring Bugs with Your HVAC

Deterring Bugs with Your HVAC

You probably don’t want to think about bugs in HVAC equipment, but the truth is that insects can get into almost anything. While it isn’t too common for bugs to nest inside any specific piece of equipment, they can sometimes gum up the works and will often use parts of your equipment to sneak inside…

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The Importance of Garage Ventilation

The Importance of Garage Ventilation

If you make a mad dash from the garage to the house in the summer, it could be the fumes, right along with the heat when garage ventilation is inadequate. A typical garage has plenty of chemical products inside it that aren’t healthy to breathe any time of year, but more so in the summer.…

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Keeping Cool During the Dog Days of Summer

Keeping Cool During the Dog Days of Summer

We are now in the dog days of summer and you know what that means – it’s really hot out there! What steps can you take to stay cool? Here are a few that will definitely help: Call an HVAC Technician The general rule is that you should have your HVAC equipment serviced once per…

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3 Signs You’re Overworking Your System

With summer finally in full swing, your air conditioning will finally get a good workout. But while you want your HVAC unit to work hard at keeping your home cool and comfortable, you don’t want it to work too hard. An overworked HVAC system not only uses more energy than an unstressed system, but it’s…

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