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The Typical Problems Of A Central Air Conditioner

A loud central air conditioning system that doesn't cool down a house in a timely manner can be a pain to deal with. No one wants to wait a long time for their house to cool down when it is hot, especially after having a long day at work or school. The fastest way to pinpoint why the air conditioner isn't functioning properly is through the professional skills of HVAC technicians such as Derek Sawyers Smart Energy Heating & Air. Read More 

How To Fight Higher Utility Bills

When the end of the month comes and you have to pony up money to pay your utility bills, it can be frustrating, especially if it seems like your bills keep getting higher every month. Of course, this is unavoidably going to happen if your HVAC system is aging and losing its efficiency. Your HVAC usually makes up the largest percentage of your energy usage. That is, it takes a lot of electricity to power your furnace and air conditioner. Read More 

Tips For Upgrading Your Boiler

Boiler systems are commonly used by both homeowners and business leaders to provide heat for their buildings during the cold winters. While these systems are extremely energy efficient and effective, they will eventually need to be replaced in order to keep the building comfortable when cold weather arrives. If you are currently facing the need to replace or otherwise upgrade your boiler, you may want to be aware of some basic tips to avoid oversights, problems or other situations when making this investment. Read More 

How To Prep Your HVAC For A Winter

With winter coming quickly, homeowners are trying to get their HVAC system ready. Transitioning from using your air conditioner to furnace on a daily basis is usually not that hard. In fact, some people don't have to do anything at all. However, if you want both systems to remain as efficient as possible, there are a few things you should do. This article explains how to transition your HVAC system and prepare it for winter. Read More 

If Running Your Furnace Dries Out Your Home In The Winter, Consider Installing A Bypass Humidifier To Keep Your Home Comfortable

Do you dread running your furnace in the winter because it dries out the air in your home? While most people consider dry air to simply be annoying, it can increase the rate at which you and your family suffer respiratory infections by drying out your respiratory system and it can cause frequent nosebleeds in some people. Dry air can also be damaging to your furniture and to the inside of your home; hardwood flooring and wooden furniture can split when the surrounding air is too dry. Read More