Green Comfort: How HVAC Contractors Help With Energy Efficiency

If you're concerned about the effect of your HVAC system on the environment, you're not alone. Learn more about how regular maintenance helps here.

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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.


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 However, if a home has an air conditioning unit with outdated or inefficient ductwork, then summer relaxation days can turn into a terrible experience.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 …

Choosing the Right Style of Commercial Air Conditioner for Your Building

9 July 2018
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A commercial air conditioner will obviously be very different from a residential air conditioner, as a commercial building is often larger and may house more people at once, so there is more body heat trapped inside that commercial space. There are also many other factors to consider when choosing the style of air conditioner for your commercial building, so note a few of those here. This will help you determine the right air conditioner for your office or other such business. Read More …

Ridiculously Useful Ideas for Evaporative Cooling

2 April 2018
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If you want to keep your property cool and you've yet to use evaporative methods, you may want to learn more about how they work. With each of these useful ideas for evaporative cooling, you can transform how you maintain the temperature in your home or business.  You can use evaporative cooling to save money Do you want to live in a cool environment, but you're on a budget? Using evaporative cooling, you can achieve the ambient temperatures you desire while remaining cost-effective. Read More …

The Tell Tale Signs That Your Air Conditioner Needs More Refrigerant

28 February 2018
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Whilst the air conditioner is responsible for cooling your entire home, it's unable to perform that job unless it has refrigerant. Even a brand new air conditioner can't perform if it's low on refrigerant! When your home is sweltering, but the air conditioner is running, it's a strong indicator that there might be a refrigerant leak. There are also some other lesser known indicators that you might need to add air conditioner refrigerant, including everything discussed below. Read More …