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2017

Are AC Window Units Any Good?

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Are you finally considering investing in some sort of air conditioning system for your home? If you are sick of relying on fans and open windows to cool down your home, air conditioning units are a smart investment. For the most convenient and affordable AC systems, window units are extremely popular. Of course, they do have some certain limitations. This article explains the drawbacks and advantages of window air conditioning units.…

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Simple HVAC Maintenance Jobs

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The cost of HVAC maintenance is usually minimal. You might need to invest some time, but you don’t need to spend a bunch money to keep your system running efficiently. If you fail to regularly maintain your system, it is bound to become more expensive to run. That is, if your furnace is not regularly clean, you will experience reduced airflow. And, if your air conditioner is not serviced on a regular basis, it will be harder to cool down your home.…

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What Is An HVAC Start Capacitor, Why Does Your AC Need It, And What Malfunctions Can Thwart Your System?

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A central air conditioner contains two main segments, the outdoors condensing unit and indoors air handler, and each segment contains a variety of parts that work together to move a chemical fuel through to provide the cooling your home needs. The process starts at the thermostat, which sends a signal to the condensing unit and powers up the compressor. The compressor squeezes out the refrigerant gas that will move through the whole system in various phases.…

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What Is An HVAC Condensate Pump, Why Does Your AC Need It, And What Pump Malfunctions Can Thwart Your System?

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The air handler portion of your central air conditioner is inside your home, normally in the furnace, and contains the parts that make up the final stages of the cooling cycle. The parts include the evaporator coils, which receive a liquid refrigerant from the outside condensing unit and perform a phase change that both makes the refrigerant a gas and makes the surface of the coils cold. The cold coils chill the circulating ambient air that is then passed back into your home.…

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