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How to Spring Clean Your Air Conditioner Like a Pro

February 26, 2021

The average air conditioner lives a hard life. Its exterior unit is exposed to the elements, its many moving parts are at constant risk of wear and corrosion, and it tends to run often or even non-stop during the hotter months. Luckily, proper air conditioner maintenance can keep ACs running...

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6 Steps to Prepare Your AC for Spring

February 26, 2021

Spring is getting closer with each passing day, which means your heating will be seeing less and less use while your air conditioner will likely be running 24/7. Needless to say, the last thing you want is for your AC to suddenly start acting up in the middle of a...

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How to Know When It’s Time to Replace Your Heat Pump

January 29, 2021

Heat pumps are devices that either cool or heat a building by moving heat from one source to another. During the warmer seasons, they take the heat out of your home and transfer it outside. During the colder months, they do the opposite. This is an extremely effective way of...

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Top 3 Winter Home Energy Saving Tips

January 29, 2021

As the days grow shorter and the temperatures get lower, the question of how to go about saving energy in the winter becomes the foremost concern on most homeowners' minds. And yet, many of us still end up using much more energy than we need to. In previous articles, we...

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5 HVAC Tips for Winter

December 29, 2020

Having your heating suddenly break down in the middle of an icy winter night is one of the worst things that can happen to a homeowner. Luckily, you can prevent this from happening by giving your HVAC system a proper HVAC winter tune-up before the cold weather really kicks in....

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Should You Cover Your Air Conditioner During the Winter?

December 29, 2020

About 84% of US households have some form of air conditioning, so it's safe to say that the majority of Americans agree that having an AC system in their homes is a must. We can also assume that most of us take certain measures to winterize our homes and HVAC...

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How Much Water Should Be Coming Out of the Exterior Pipe on Your AC?

November 30, 2020

Ever wondered why ACs are called "air conditioners" and not "air coolers"? It's because they place as much emphasis on humidity extraction as they do on heat removal. Dry interior air simply feels a lot cooler and more pleasant to occupants. Of course, all that moisture that's being taken out...

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Preventing AC Leaks: a Brief Guide

November 30, 2020

In order to cool down air, an air conditioner pulls in hot and humid air from the outside and blows it across a cooled coil, also known as the evaporator coil. A side effect of this process is that condensation starts to build up on the coil. This excess water...

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5 Causes of AC Leaks

October 28, 2020

If your AC starts leaking, don't panic! Water leaks can occur even if none of the components inside your AC are broken. In order to determine whether your unit requires AC repair, you'll need to take a look inside your AC (or have it examined by the experts in Queen...

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Is AC Leakage Dangerous? How to Deal With a Leaking Air Conditioner

October 28, 2020

Modern air conditioners are a true technological wonder. Not only are they quiet, affordable, and universally useful, they keep getting more energy-efficient with each passing year. It's really no surprise that over 90% of American homes contain at least one of these marvelous devices. That being said, air conditioners aren't...

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