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Before winter arrives it is essential that your furnace is up to keeping you warm over the winter, effectively and efficiently. If you find your furnace needs frequent furnace repair, this is a sign that your furnace is at the end of its life and needs to be replaced. It’s important that you can recognize...

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If you are planning on having a Split Air Conditioner installation in your home or business premises, you need to make some decisions regarding the location of the units, before the HVAC contractors arrive for installation. The Location of Indoor and Outdoor Units Firstly, you need to decide where you want to position the indoor...

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If you’re wondering when to replace your air conditioning service, older models last for around 10 years, whereas newer, more modern units have a life of approx 15 to 20 years. This lifespan depends upon a variety of factors, such as: regular maintenance, how often you use it, and for how long and how old...

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Keeping your HVAC system serviced and running well is paramount to efficiency and energy savings. So how often and when should you have the TEM Control come to service your system? First, how often should you have an HVAC contractor come do a service on your HVAC system? It is best to have your HVAC...

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As the temperatures rise you will want to start using your air conditioning. Before you do so, there are a few steps you should carry out: 1.Check the thermostat Check for any clear damages on your thermostat, but also consider buying a newer more efficient model than the one you got with your original air...

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Whether you have a residential or commercial property, you may notice sometimes that your coils get frozen out of nowhere and think that maybe your AC is doing a good job of “releasing freezing temperature” that it overflows from the unit. But you might want to hold that thought because frozen coils are actually bad...