HVAC repair

Two Tech Advancements Shaking Up the HVAC Industry

Think your electricity bill is high? Maybe that’s because cooling systems account for 17 percent of the electricity used worldwide. If that doesn’t grab your attention, then what if we told you that the world’s energy consumption for cooling might increase by 600% by 2050? Though this increase will be largely driven by Asian and African countries, researchers around the world are developing ways to reduce energy consumption.

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What Are Evaporative Coolers?

Evaporative coolers are a good option for homes in low-humidity areas. Also called swamp coolers, evaporative coolers pass cool outdoor air over water-saturated pads, causing the water to evaporate into it. Though they require more frequent maintenance than central air conditioners, they cost about half as much to install. 

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Considering a Heat Pump System? Here’s What You Need to Know

If you’re unhappy with how much you pay per month for heating and air conditioning, then you may want to consider an alternative heating and cooling system: a heat pump system. Compared to furnaces and baseboard heaters, a heat pump system can lower your electricity use for heating by about 50%. Here’s what you need to know about heat pumps before you make the switch.

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4 Eco Services Offers Tips for Maintaining the Whole-House Humidifier During the Winter

4 Eco Services, a local plumbing, heating and air conditioning service company, advises homeowners to take  proactive steps to maintain their whole-house humidifier. A properly functioning whole house humidifier can soothe skin and breathing problems, ease symptoms of a respiratory condition, and help homeowners cut energy expenditures while also lowering monthly electric bills.  

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6 Signs of Water Heater Trouble

You don’t think much about your water heater until your nice hot shower turns ice cold. Trouble with the water heater can creep up on you, even mid-shower. However, there are other signs to look out for that could signal a malfunctioning water heater. 

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2020 New Year To-Do List for Your Home

Once every 365 days, the world gets a fresh start — a new beginning — and the opportunity to make changes. For homeowners, the home is a great place to start with New Year-inspired changes. After an entire year of sheltering the family, providing water, light and heat, the home deserves a thorough check-up and some upgrades. Here are a few to-do’s every homeowner should have on their list to make sure their home is in top shape.

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5 Useful Facts About Water Filters

Every day, we head to the refrigerator for a glass of cold water. We expect the water to be clean and refreshing. Every now and then, a red light on our refrigerator reminds us that the water filter needs to be replaced. If the filter is not quickly replaced, then the water starts to taste strange. Here are a few useful facts about water filters every homeowner should know.

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