News/Tips

25
Sep

4 Dangers of HVAC

Freon is the name for a class of chemicals called chlorofluorocarbons or CFCs, used mainly in refrigeration and air conditioning. Freon and other refrigerants are harmful and can cause poisoning and even death. HVAC service workers happen to be at risk due to occupational exposure, although exposure most often occurs during deliberately sniffing the gas. Breathing in these fumes in

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11
Sep

5 Most Common Plumbing Problems

No problem is as difficult to fix as the problems that hamper the working of a good plumbing system. While your plumbing system was originally meant to provide you comfort and ease, its problems can quiсklу take you оut of your соmfоrt zоnе. Many оf thеѕе plumbing problems could be dealt with simply by repairing, replacing, or installing various domestic

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28
Aug

3 Types of HVAC Condensers

What is a Condenser? A condenser is a device used to liquefy gas simply by cooling it. In HVAC equipment, the hot discharge gas (refrigerant vapor) from the compressor enters the condenser coils at the top and is condensed, drains out of the condenser to a recipient located near the bottom. The condenser coil is located, along with the compressor

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14
Aug

Are Flushable Wipes Flushable?

The Package Says Flushable!! Sure, flushable wipes are probably okay to flush once or twice, but this definitely does not mean they should be repeatedly flushed down the toilet. What’s the Difference? While they may feel better than traditional toilet paper, flushable wipes do not break down the same. Manufacturers of flushable wipes may claim that they can be flushed

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31
Jul

4 Steps to Preparing Your Air Conditioner for Tampa’s Winter

Ask anybody in Tampa and they will tell you that you haven’t seen a winter like a Tampa winter. Where the northern states may have their share of heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures, that at least, provides a constant. In Tampa, temperatures range widely. One week might bring temperatures in the 80s, while you might see frost on your lawn and temperatures

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17
Jul

Hazards of Not Changing Air Filters

A Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) system helps maintain good indoor air quality by adequate ventilation, using filtration, and provides thermal comfort. Good air filtration and proper care for your HVAC system is going to result in better conditions and air quality for residents of the building and will also enhance the performance and durability of the HVAC system. There

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3
Jul

“On” vs. “Auto” Settings

Ever wonder when it’s best to keep the fan constantly running, or to switch the setting to auto? You are not alone-many have wondered which is best. Use this guide of pros and cons of each setting to determine which setting is best for you. Setting The Fan To “ON” Whether the heat is on, or the house is set

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19
Jun

Finding the Right Thermostat

Updating your thermostat can help you manage the amount of energy you use and help make your home more comfortable. Here is a quick buyers guide to help you find the perfect thermostat for your home. 1. Programmable A programmable thermostat allows the user to program the temperature that they want for a specified amount of time. You could set

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5
Jun

Advantages of Electric Water Heaters over Gas Water Heaters

Consumers have many alternatives when it comes to a water heater replacement. Traditional water heaters can hold up to 80 gallons of hot water in a large storage container. When hot water is being used, cold water enters underneath of the tank and is then heated to a preset heat. This ensures that the storage tank is always filled with

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22
May

Why is My Overflow Pipe Leaking?

Any kind of leak is worrisome: your roof could be leaking, you may have a leaking pipe in your kitchen, your overflow pipe may leak, and you may even have leaking tanks, appliances, and gutters. Leaks can be very serious because they can lead to moisture damage. Even if you can manage to prevent flooding, you may not succeed at

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