Surprise! Repairman Finds Snake Coiled Within an Air Conditioning Unit

When your home’s air conditioning system stops blowing cool air throughout your home, it can normally be attributed to any of a number of potential problems. Typically, the majority of the country’s 85,469 HVAC businesses deal with problems like faulty wiring, frozen coils, low refrigerant levels and other issues when performing air conditioner repairs. But

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How to Safely and Successfully Install a Window-Mounted Air Conditioning Unit

With summer’s hottest months getting closer by the day, many big-city residents are getting ready to dust off their window-mounted home air conditioning systems. Because most city residences and apartments aren’t equipped with central air conditioning, these window-mounted units are vital to staying cool during the summer.And while it’s a relatively unlikely occurrence, window-mounted air

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Three Signs That It’s Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner

Air conditioning is an essential amenity that helps people in hotter climates live in comfortable temperatures — it’s no mistake that this industry grows by about 4.1% every year and is worth a massive $71 billion. But contrary to popular belief, these systems don’t last forever, even with the right maintenance. Could you need a

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A Look at the Surprisingly Rich History of Air Conditioning

Americans are heavily dependent on their heating and cooling systems to make their homes more comfortable to live in. Without our furnaces and home air conditioning systems, the most extreme seasons of the year — summer and winter — become downright unbearable.But humans haven’t always had the technology that we have today. Heating and cooling

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes and Furnace Problems This Winter

When the temperatures fall, demand for furnace repair services skyrockets. According to PennLive.com, recent snowstorms and freezing temperatures throughout the Northeast have cause an influx in the number of homeowners experiencing problems with their home heating systems (60% of which are gas-fired, forced air furnaces) — leading many to seek out emergency furnace repair services.

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Heat Pumps: the Future of Home Heating and Cooling

The heating and cooling systems of the future might have already arrived in the form of heat pumps.According to a January 27 WPTZ-TV Burlington article, these heat pumps, despite their possibly-misleading name, are capable of acting as both heating and cooling units, and offer a much greener solution for regulating the temperature within a dwelling

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How to Replace Your Air Conditioning Filter in Four Simple Steps

One of the simplest and most important home air conditioning repairs you can perform is changing the filters. You can hire heating and cooling contractors to perform this home air conditioning repair, but it’s fairly easy to do it yourself. Your home air conditioning systems can’t operate at full efficiency with clogged filters. When debris

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6 Tips to Save on Heating and Cooling Bills

The unpredictable temperatures in the St. Louis area, caused by various conflicting weather patterns, mean that Missourians are running either heat or air conditioning most of the year in order to keep comfortable inside. Increasingly, whole-home HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems are replacing old radiators and window units; the HVAC industry has grown

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