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Extra-High Heating Bills? 5 Possible Explanations

November 24, 2020

When the months become less humid, there’s only one thing that’s certain about your heating bills, they gain momentum and start to “heat up.” As you try to keep warm against the harsh cold of the winter, it may seem almost impossible to bring down your heating bill without the heat in the home being…

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HVAC Maintenance Tips for South Carolina Cat and Dog Owners

November 2, 2020

Pets are a joy to have in the home but if you don’t take special precautions, they can have a negative effect on your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. If you’re one of the thousands of cat and dog owners in the country, you know that they bring dust, dirt, fur, and dander inside.…

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What Are the Most Common Types of Heating Systems?

October 24, 2020

With cooler weather approaching, many homeowners may be assessing their heating systems. Now a great time to ensure your equipment is safe and in good working order. Hopefully, when you turn on your heat, it’ll work as it’s supposed to, and you won’t need to worry about whether you and your family will be able…

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What Homeowners Need to Know About Fall Furnace Maintenance

October 2, 2020

As the temperatures start to drop in the coming months, many households will be relying more on their furnaces. After months of cooling your home rather than heating it, you should inspect your furnace and ensure it’s working properly. When your furnace is efficient, you’ll save energy and money. Fall is a great time to…

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What Every Commercial Building Owner Needs to Know About Carbon Monoxide

September 2, 2020

Many business owners assume that if they install carbon monoxide detectors, they never have to worry about the dangers associated with this gas. However, it’s not that simple. Detectors will indeed alert individuals in the building about a serious leak and help to protect them from harm. However, carbon monoxide leaks can have other effects.…

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Is the Humidity in Your Home or Office Making You Sick?

August 24, 2020

Most people find high humidity makes them feel tired and miserable. However, high humidity doesn’t only make you feel uncomfortable. Indoor humidity that’s above 60 percent can also affect your health and wellbeing? In this article, we’ll discuss some of the effects of high humidity and advise you on what you can do about it.…

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Choosing a New Air Conditioner for Your Commercial Building

August 2, 2020

If you’re planning to replace your air conditioner, you may be thinking you should just get the newest version of the one you currently have. However, if you’ve had your existing system for a while, you need to pause. It’s likely that your building or business has undergone some changes over the years. Therefore, you…

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How to Reduce Wear and Tear on Your HVAC System

July 24, 2020

Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system plays an integral role in the comfort of your home. You’ll, therefore, want to ensure that your equipment is in prime condition throughout the year. Some wear and tear is normal but there are ways to keep it to a minimum. This improves energy efficiency and reduces the…

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Do I Need a Professional to Remove Mold from My Air Ducts?

July 2, 2020

It’s easy to become overwhelmed by all the things you have to do to keep your home safe and comfortable. Even if you generally keep on top of things, you may not have given much thought to the possibility that there’s mold in your HVAC system. When you discover that this is the case, you…

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How Would I Know If My Air Conditioner Coil is Clogged?

June 24, 2020

In a properly functioning air conditioning system, the evaporator coil is cold but not freezing. It’s cold enough to take heat out of the air passing through it, but it shouldn’t produce ice. If ice starts to form or worse, if it encases the entire coil, it’s likely to damage the system and prevent it…

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