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Guide To A/C Compressor Operation Speeds

When you found out there were different types of compressor operation speeds for different A/C units, you may have wondered why. What difference does the speed make? In answer, the speed of your compressor operation affects many aspects of your A/C unit’s function and effectiveness. These aspects can include the price of the unit, its…
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What Is A Whole House Air Purifier?

If you suffer from allergies or asthma, it is likely you have considered investing in an air purifier for your home. There are many dust and dirt particles and other contaminants circulating throughout your home, and the effects of these can take a toll on your health. The typical amount of contaminants can be amplified…
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HVAC Industry Innovations

Technology is changing every industry as well as all of our daily lives. From how we work and network to our transportation, technology has dramatically improved over the years. Your home, and the systems within that home, are no different. HVAC systems have seen a lot of advancements over the last several years, and the…
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Improving Air Quality While Working From Home

When it comes to your health, there are many tips and trends out there on how to avoid bad habits and stay in the most optimal health possible. However, one of the most important aspects to your physical health is often overlooked: the quality of your air. The quality of the air you are breathing…
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Help Your AC Last Longer

If you have endured even one of our Central Texas summers, then you know that keeping cool is a priority for everyone. It’s no wonder that a common concern for Texans is having their AC unit go out during those summer months where temperatures can reach record high levels of 110 degrees for weeks on…
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Saving Energy At Home

With so many working from home, now is a good time to consider different ways to reduce your energy bill. You might be surprised that just a few simple changes can help significantly reduce your energy usage, which will not just save you money now, but it can also prolong the life of your HVAC…
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My A/C Isn’t Cooling My Home Evenly

There are a variety of things that might alert you to the fact that your air conditioner is not cooling your home evenly. You might notice that your living room is chilly but your study still hasn’t cooled to a comfortable temperature yet. If not a noticeable temperature difference, you might realize that your air…
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Should You Repair or Replace Your Air Conditioner?

While it’s not a decision homeowners are faced with often, choosing whether to replace or repair your air conditioner is an important decision. Not only are there many financial aspects to consider, but homeowners must also make judgments based on their specific home and how comfortable they want it to be. Consider Current Repairs When…
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Smart HVAC Systems

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For the average home, the energy bill tends to be one of the largest expenses. The cost of this bill can be exacerbated by many different factors like the location and climate of the region you live in, the size and/or age of your home, personal preferences, and keeping up with modern updates within your…
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Tips For Keeping Your Utility Bill Low

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Whether it’s a hot Texas summer or a chilly winter, having your HVAC running is often a must in order to keep your home comfortable. However, running your HVAC system constantly can raise your utility bills month after month, and no one likes getting a high electric bill at the end of the month. If…
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Your HVAC System And Your Pets

Pet owners often deal with more home pollutants, such as dust and dander, than other homeowners. Luckily, this doesn’t have to be detrimental to your air quality if you follow these simple tips! Change Air Filters It’s recommended to change your air filters regularly regardless of whether you have pets in your home. However, if…
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When To Replace Your HVAC System

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There are several reasons you may find yourself needing a new HVAC system, whether due to age or damage. Some of the most common reasons are mentioned here: The Age of Your System Regular maintenance from HVAC technicians can keep your unit running well for years. However, eventually every HVAC will need to be replaced…
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Saving Energy And Your HVAC System

The job of your HVAC is to protect your family from cold and heat in every season. Many of these machines operate year-round. However, no matter how well your unit operates, it could use a little help. Here are a few tips to help your heater and air conditioner along so that they can keep…
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Improving Your Winter Air Quality

Being indoors more often during the winter presents plenty of opportunities for family togetherness and other enjoyable moments. However, the air that’s breathed and circulated indoors during these moments may not be as safe and harmless as most people would think. Air quality issues can be just as problematic if you run a business. In…
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HVAC Odors That Every Home & Business Owner Should Know

There is a popular saying in Texas that states, “If you don’t like the weather in Texas, just wait ten minutes, and it will change.” When it comes to temperature fluctuations, many Texans know that within one day, the heater may be on in the morning and the air conditioner could running in the afternoon.…
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Saving Energy: Keep Your Home Warm without the Waste

As the winter months approach in central Texas, homeowners across the state are preparing to flip from cooling their homes to heating them. In addition to heating their homes, homeowners will also be paying for it, and sometimes much more than is necessary. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating a home can take…