Comparing Air-Source And Ground-Source Heat Pumps

Posted on: 5 May 2016

A heat pump is one piece of machinery which you can use to both heat and cool your home. Thus, when you install a heat pump, you will save money on installation costs. If you are thinking about installing a heat pump in your home, there are two types of heat pumps worth considering. While air-source heat pumps are the less expensive option, a ground-source heat pump will provide you with better function and savings over the long-run.
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Upgrading Your Older Home: Factors To Consider When Adding An Air Conditioning System

Posted on: 4 May 2016

When you are the owner of an older home, built before central air conditioning was an option, there are likely many modern conveniences that you wish the home had. However, you may wonder if it is feasible or even possible to make any such changes in your home. If you are considering installing an air conditioning system in your older home, there are many factors that you should consider. Get to know more about the process of air conditioner in an older home so that you can better plan and prepare for your next big home upgrade.
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Why Is Your Attic Fan Making So Much Noise?

Posted on: 4 May 2016

Attic fans are an essential fixture in the home to keep the air pleasant. It helps by moving the air out of the attic which ultimately will keep the home cooler during the hot summertime months. If the fan is producing a menacing noise because it has to run all day, it will require some inspection to fix the issues. Defective Parts Bad ball bearings can be one of the issues involved, if the fan is making a lot of noise.
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How To Test And Replace The Run Capacitor On A Central AC That Isn't Running

Posted on: 3 May 2016

Has your central air conditioner's condensing unit suddenly stopped running without any clear cause? If you have already checked to make sure the breaker or fuses haven't popped and that the thermostat is set correctly, the problem could be a failed run capacitor. A capacitor is essentially a tiny helper part that carries an electrical charge. The run capacitor carries a charge to help ensure the compressor, which pumps out the gas refrigerant that cools the system, has a steady supply of electricity.
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