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Green Comfort: How HVAC Contractors Help With Energy Efficiency

Good day. My name is Darryl and I work as a government researcher for the energy sector. I prepare reports which suggest ways that energy can be conserved and made cheaper. One area that is particularly under the spotlight is the effect of heating, ventilation and cooling systems on the environment. Whilst preparing my latest research report, I have been amazed by the energy efficiency that can be gained by installing the right HVAC systems. I even contacted professional HVAC contractors to upgrade, maintain and repair the systems in my own home because I learnt that older systems can use more energy without regular checks. I'm sure that there are others like me who aren't aware of the importance of choosing the right HVAC system. I hope to share a little of what I have learnt in my blog and help spread awareness. Thank you for your time.


How your HVAC system can help you stay healthy in cold weather

24 September 2019
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During winter, bacteria and viruses tend to spread faster (while infecting people with cold and flu). This is why you're more likely to end up with a running nose, sore throat, watery eyes and even a headache when the weather gets cold. So how can you stay healthy during the peak of flu season? Your air conditioning system can help. By maintaining moist and free-flowing air, you can limit the likelihood of infection and avoid the annoying symptoms of cold and flu. Read More …

3 Energy-Saving Retrofits for Your Commercial Refrigeration Equipment

24 May 2019
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Many food retailers find that the costs associated with running commercial refrigeration systems can eat up a large fraction of the company budget. The following retrofits can help to make your existing commercial refrigeration equipment use less energy, which means they can help your business save money. 1. Cooler Doors Many food retail businesses display their products in open coolers. This is inefficient because the cold air generated by the refrigeration equipment leaks out, making the refrigeration system work harder to keep products cool. Read More …

Here Are Some Common Indications You May Need Air Conditioning Repair

28 February 2019
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Air conditioning is one of those things that many homeowners take for granted until they discover that their air conditioning equipment has stopped working properly or has gone completely silent. Indeed, many air conditioning repairs are usually a result of poor air conditioning maintenance or failure to operate air conditioners properly. Keeping a close eye on your residential air conditioner can help you identify and fix potential and existing problems before they disrupt your home's indoor comfort. Read More …

Ducted Air Conditioning Issues That Every HVAC Contractor Should Know

9 January 2019
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An efficient ducted air conditioning unit is essential for maximum comfort at home, especially during summer. However, if a home has an air conditioning unit with outdated or inefficient ductwork, then summer relaxation days can turn into a terrible experience. Therefore, HVAC contractors must ensure that the ductwork is done thoroughly, especially when carrying out maintenance or repair work. The reason is that during HVAC repair some issues are easy to overlook, but the minor challenges can lead to inefficiencies in the performance of an AC system. Read More …

3 Ways centrifugal fans make your ducted air conditioning system more effective

30 October 2018
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Whenever you turn on your air conditioning system and enjoy the cool air, you may not realise the complex series of steps that your HVAC system carries out to produce this cool air. Among the many processes involved, you get to enjoy cool air primarily because of the fan. Your AC's fan is the part that draws air into the unit so it can be cooled and channelled back into your home. Read More …