2 Key Coil-Related Maintenance Steps For Your HVAC System

Posted on: 6 December 2016

A central air conditioner has two sets of coils: condenser coils in the condensing unit and evaporator coils in the air handler. The first set of coils changes gas refrigerant into a liquid while the second changes the liquid back into a gas. These phase changes push the fuel through the system and create the cooling source that makes your home livable during the summer heats. Proper air conditioning maintenance should involve both sets of coils.
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Can A Ductless Heat Pump Help You And Your Home?

Posted on: 6 December 2016

Heating your house and ensuring that it is cool during the summer is one of the responsibilities that you have as a homeowner. You may have heard about ductless heat pumps, but you might not be quite sure whether you want to get one or if it would be useful for your house. Here are four situations where a heat pump would work well for you. You're Currently Using Window Units for Air Conditioning
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Three Questions About Construction Blasting Answered

Posted on: 15 November 2016

When you are undertaking a construction project, it may be necessary for the contractors to use explosives to prepare the ground. Unfortunately, many individuals may not have much experience when it concerns these projects. To make it easier for you to understand what this type of construction work will entail, you should make sure to understand these answers to three commonly asked blasting questions. Why Would You Need Blasting Services For Your Construction Project?
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Becoming a Foster Parent? Changes to Make in Your Home to Keep Everyone Safe

Posted on: 25 October 2016

If you are becoming a foster parent soon, you need to make sure your home is completely safe for the children. Below are two things you can do to help you get started. You can then rest easy knowing your family is safe. Fire Safety According to the National Fire Academy, there are approximately 1,800 residential fires reported to the fire departments in the United States, and, out of these fires, approximately 2,635 people died.
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