Month: August 2020

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All You Need to Know About Furnace’s Filters – Our Guide

Your furnace’s filter removes harmful contaminants from your indoor air and ensures proper airflow through your system. However, if there’s a build-up of dirt, grime, and debris in your furnace due to a dirty air filter, your unit can get damaged and increase your utility bills. This is why you need to replace your air …

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AC Maintenance: 5 Reasons Your AC Is Giving Off a Foul Smell

Many people are familiar with the typical signs of air conditioner damage that ranges from unresponsive remotes to slow adjustments when changing temperatures. However, not all complications are as obvious to detect as others. For example, a foul smell can come from your AC and could be a sign of a complicated issue with your …

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Why You Need to Maintain Your Commercial Refrigeration System

All machines need maintenance and care. Without exerting sufficient resources towards maintenance, you could be running your system at a suboptimal level, or worse, be shortening its life span. Your walk-in freezer, coolers, product cases, floral displays, and other types of commercial refrigeration systems are not exempt from this rule.  Fortunately, many advances in commercial …

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HVAC 101: Why Replace Your Furnace and AC Unit at the Same Time

If you’ve owned a home with a furnace and an air conditioner, then you know that these two work as a team. These two work in a constant union—both providing temperature control all throughout the house—and both need consistent maintenance to work properly. Although these two have polar functions, they both provide maximum comfort for …

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