Maintaining Your Heating and Air Conditioning Units
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Maintaining Your Heating and Air Conditioning Units

Hello. My name is Max. My wife and I have five children who all live at with us in our large two-story house. My wife and two of our kids suffer from severe allergies which means keeping our home as dust-free as possible. I have learned that it’s crucial to keep our heating and air conditioning units properly maintained at all times. We have a fantastic HVAC company that comes out two times a year to perform routine maintenance on our system. They have taught me what I can do on a monthly basis in order to not only help with my family’s health but also keep our system running efficiently. I would like to share some of the tips I’ve been given. I hope you find this to be useful!

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Maintaining Your Heating and Air Conditioning Units

  • Tips To Avoid Problems With Your Commercial Plumbing

    20 June 2018

    Owning a building means a commitment to maintenance. Whether the building houses your own business or you have tenants, keeping the plumbing in top shape is a must. Fortunately, you can avoid many extensive problems with a little bit of preventative maintenance. The following tips will help. Tip #1: Turn down the water heater Overly hot water coming from the taps can be dangerous for people using the sinks. Keeping the water at high heat also shortens the lifespan of the commercial hot water heater -- the elements may burn out sooner than they would otherwise.

  • 2 Ways To Keep Your HVAC Humming

    11 May 2018

    It's not fun to pour your money into your monthly utility bills, especially if it seems like your home is still uncomfortable and the temperature is hard to control. If you think you are paying higher utility bills and your HVAC still isn't being as productive as it used to be, this could very well be the case. If you haven't invested a bunch of time or money in your HVAC maintenance, it might be time to handle some maintenance.

  • 4 Important Things To Do when Turning Off Your Furnace This Season

    27 March 2018

    With spring in full swing and summer just around the corner, you might find yourself using your furnace less often. You won't be using your furnace at all as the season progresses, so when that time comes it makes sense to shut down your furnace until next fall. But shutting down your furnace isn't as simple as flipping a switch. There are several important things you should do before you put your furnace on hiatus.

  • It's All About the Care: What You Need to Know About Your Annual Furnace Maintenance

    27 February 2018

    When it comes to caring for your furnace, you might you don't need to worry about the annual service calls, especially if everything is working properly. However, that's not actually the case. In fact, it's the annual service calls that ensures your furnace continues to work properly. Without those annual service calls, your furnace could go out when you need it the most. If you still don't think you need to worry about the annual service calls for your furnace, here's some information you need to have.

  • When To Use Ductless Heat Pumps

    6 January 2018

    If you want to add some heat to your HVAC system this winter, there are a few ways to go about it. Rather than just turning up your thermostat every night, you can invest in some ductless space heaters that can actually end up saving you money by allowing you to turn down your thermostat a bit. Ductless heat pump are usually best suited for homes where there are a couple of rooms that don't get as warm as the rest of the house.