Getting On The Same Page With Your HVAC Contractors

Three Ways To Reduce Your Facility's Heating Costs

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Every good building manager knows that fixed cost reductions are one of the best ways to help maintain a healthy bottom line. If you live in a colder climate, then heating your building is likely a significant line item on your monthly expense sheet. The older your building, the more likely it is that your heating costs are the result of inefficiencies rather than the simple realities of keeping a large structure warm enough for human habitation. Read More»

4 Questions You'll Need To Answer When Calling An HVAC Contractor

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You might be planning on calling a heating and air conditioning company sometime soon. If so, you could be wondering what type of conversation you will need to have. These are a few questions that you might be asked when you make the phone call to schedule an appointment. 1. Is it a Residential or Commercial Job? One of the first questions that you will probably have to answer when calling an HVAC company is whether your job is a commercial or residential job. Read More»

The Best Ways To Heat An Older House

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Although older and historic houses are charming and have a lot of history, they also are more complicated. Those that have older homes find that they are often attempting to keep the living areas warmer without accruing a large energy bill. Fortunately, in the modern era, there are heating systems that can work well with an older house. Plus, there are more ways that you can keep your home warm without it costing a fortune. Read More»

What To Do About A Flooded Air Conditioner And How To Reduce The Risk Of Flood Damage

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If your yard is flooded after a heavy rain, you may be relieved the water didn’t get inside your house. However, you don’t want to forget about the air conditioning unit sitting outside. Fortunately, an AC unit can usually withstand a few inches of flooded water, but several inches could cause serious harm. Here’s what to do when your AC has been flooded and steps that might prevent it from happening again. Read More»

Be Ready For Winter

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When winter is right around the corner, you want to make sure that the house is properly prepared to keep your family warm and dry. Following this short guide to winterizing your home can help break things down for you, so you know that you are well-prepared when all that rain and snow along with cold temperatures arrive. Start with the roof and attic Start at the top part of the home and make sure you don’t have any leaks in the roof. Read More»