3 Signs Of A Dirty AC Filter Every Homeowner Should Know

Posted on: 10 May 2017
It is no big secret that one of the biggest ways you can help your central air system is to keep the filter cleaned. However, most homeowners only know how to check the filter manually. However, there are also some telltale indicators that the filter needs to be changed that do not require going to the filter itself. As a homeowner who may forget to check the AC filter to see if it needs to be changed, it is helpful to know the signs.
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Electrostatic Air Filters: Yay or Nay?

Posted on: 8 May 2017
There are many kinds of air filters available for your HVAC system. The end goal of each one is to filter the air in your home and keep it as clean as possible by trapping dust, allergens, and other tiny particles.  A clean air filter extends the life your HVAC system as well. Electrostatic air filters are washable air filters that never need replacing. Take a look at how this type of filter works, and what the pros and cons are of using one in your home.
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3 Things You Need To Know About Caring For Your AC System

Posted on: 4 May 2017
The HVAC system is a very important part of your home. There are many people who have this system in their house and fail to keep it up and do even the simple things that will keep it running for the long-haul. If you fail to do a couple maintenance things on it, you could easily damage the system and have to pay for expensive repairs. Here are some things you need to know about caring for your system.
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When Natural Disasters Strike: The Impact On Your Air Conditioner And How To Fix It

Posted on: 30 April 2017
Natural disasters are the most damaging of incidents when it comes to your home, your property, and even your central air conditioning. If a recent natural disaster struck your area, you may be struggling with how to fix the damages you incurred. While air conditioning repair may be the furthest thing from your mind, you need to consider it more seriously. This system has a direct line into your home's heating and cooling, both of which are essential to the protection and function of your home.
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