Keeping Pets Cool In Your Home When You're Not Around

Posted on: 12 December 2016

People who have pets really tend to care about them and want them to be as comfortable as possible. However, leaving on your air conditioning unit at full blast all day when you're not home can really crank up your electric bills and increase your carbon footprint. Here are some tips and tricks for keeping your pets cool during the summertime when you're not home without upping your electric bill too much.
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3 Key Facts About Heat Pumps That Can Determine If This Is The HVAC Unit For You

Posted on: 13 October 2016

A heat pump is a handy HVAC unit that can replace your air conditioner, furnace, and even your water heater while reducing energy costs. The pump works by transferring heat from the air rather than creating heating or cooling. This type of setup has clear pros and cons that can help you determine if this is the type of HVAC unit that's best for you.  Pro: Higher Energy Efficiency
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3 Ways to Improve Your Boiler's Efficiency with the Addition of Solar Energy

Posted on: 11 August 2016

The heating and cooling of your home is probably one of the biggest energy expenses you have. Energy improvements to your cooling or heating may be on the top of your list of improvements that need to be done for your home. With the winter cold right around the corner, now is a good time to start considering some of the ways you can save on heating when the weather starts to get cooler.
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Common Causes Of The Compressor-Destroying Liquid Slugging Problem

Posted on: 18 July 2016

The air conditioning process is dependent on the ability of the air conditioning system to convert liquid refrigerant to a gas and then back to a liquid. To cool air, the liquid refrigerant absorbs heat from the passing air. This usually causes it to evaporate. But since the system needs to reuse this refrigerant, the system has to convert it back into a liquid. Part of the conversion process involves compressing the refrigerant gas and this is what a compressor does.
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