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How to Pick Between Central A/C and Ductless Air Conditioning

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While temperatures in the Pacific Northwest are generally mild throughout the year, there are days in which the heat seems unbearable. Installing a new A/C is a step in the right direction toward achieving total home comfort. As you research your options, you’ll find that ductless air conditioning and central air conditioning systems are among […]

Do You Need to Replace Your Ducts?

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The ducts in your home may be tucked away behind walls, under floors and in ceilings, attics and crawlspaces. Because you don’t see the ducts often, they’re easy to forget about until they affect the comfort levels in your home. Defective ductwork not only makes rooms feel stuffy, they can lower the quality of indoor […]

How Sealing Air Leaks Impacts Your Bills

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If your HVAC system and insulation are in good condition, but your energy bill continues to climb, you may need to air seal your home. Air sealing involves remedying air leaks to keep heated or cooled air in and outside air out. The process also makes it simpler for your HVAC system to keep your […]

Does Your Office Need a New Daikin Air Conditioner?

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Comfortable employees are productive employees. When the temperature rises, ensuring worker comfort may seem like a challenge when the office A/C unit does not cooperate. If maintaining cool conditions in workspaces feels like an endless battle because of fluctuating temperatures or constant repairs, the next logical step might be to purchase a new A/C. By […]

What Your A/C SEER Rating Actually Means

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When an HVAC unit works efficiently, it will consume less energy as it makes your home feel comfortable. A factor that helps you determine an air conditioner’s efficiency is its Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. In general, the higher the rating, the more efficient the cooling equipment is. Each state has a minimum SEER […]

How to Get Your Air Conditioner Ready for Summer

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After a frigid winter and rainy spring, feeling the warm sun on your face is a welcome change of pace. While it might not be warm enough to turn on the A/C just yet, hot summer temperatures will arrive in a matter of weeks. By preparing your air conditioner in advance, you will keep your […]

4 Indoor Air Quality Tips to Improve Your Home

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Some consider pollution to be a problem that only occurs outside because of popular topics such as acid rain, smog, ozone and noxious hazes. In reality, it is common for the air inside homes and businesses to be more polluted than the air outside, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Because most individuals spend […]

3 Thermostat Myths You Need to Stop Believing

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A thermostat has a big job. As a closed loop control device, it senses the temperature in your home to maintain it at the set-point you indicate. To do this, it measures the thermal expansion within the unit and switches heating and cooling equipment off or on. The small device has a large role in […]

The Pros and Cons of Oil and Gas Heating

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You want to feel warm and cozy when the temperatures drop. At the same time, you don’t to take a deep hit to your bank account when the power bill arrives. When shopping for a new furnace, it is wise to consider the fuel sources they use. While some swear by gas furnaces, other contest […]

How to Choose the Right Furnace Filter

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Furnace filters are among the most overlooked components of heating units, but are one of the most essential in regards to performance, efficiency, health and overall home comfort. Originally designed to protect the parts within the furnace, today’s filters can help you save money and improve the quality of indoor air. By knowing the difference […]