The Geothermal Air Conditioner: Are You Ready For Major Construction?

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When you have made up your mind that you are definitely purchasing a geothermal air conditioning system, you might want to do a little more digging, both figuratively and literally. Excavation on your property is a major part of installing this system, and it is not just a little hole in the ground either. Before you fully commit to this type of air conditioner, you should know about the major construction needed to install it.…

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5 Steps To Getting Your AC Ready For Spring

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It may still be winter at the moment, but it is never too early to start getting your air conditioning system ready for the warmer weather. To make certain that your air conditioner will run smoothly once spring arrives, there are a few maintenance tasks that you need to perform. The sooner that you perform these tasks, the better off your unit will be. Step #1: Clean Your Exterior Unit Due to strong winds, falling leaves, snow, and ice, the unit outside of your home will likely require some cleaning by the end of the winter season.…

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3 Tips For Troubleshooting A Heating Unit

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Staying warm in the cold winter months means relying on your heating system to do its job. In order to keep it running properly, you should perform regular maintenance on the unit. A good rule of thumb is to do one complete maintenance check at the beginning of the cold seasons as well as one at the end. If the unit does break down or show signs of malfunctioning, you will need to troubleshoot it yourself or hire an HVAC contractor to handle it.…

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