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The Importance of Having Ductwork Inspected by HVAC Pros

The Importance of Having Ductwork Inspected by HVAC Pros

Concealed by walls and ceilings, HVAC ducts are one of those things that people tend to overlook until they develop problems. Their primary function is something that it’s important to take seriously. Whether you plan on purchasing a home or are focused on keeping your current property well-maintained, inspecting the ducts is always imperative. Home heating …

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Why an Air Purifier Is Worth Investing In This Allergy Season

Why an Air Purifier Is Worth Investing In This Allergy Season

Blooming flowers and improving weather conditions aren’t the only things you can expect this spring. For people with allergies, this time of year also brings on coughing, sneezing and other respiratory symptoms. Since pollen, mold and dust thrive outdoors this season, you have to make sure they don’t find their way indoors where they can …

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HVAC Service Agreements & the Details They Should Include

HVAC Service Agreements & the Details They Should Include

An HVAC service agreement or contract ensures the longevity and efficiency of your heating and cooling system. Before you put pen to paper, however, you should know what it should include. Here HVAC replacement contractor Stone Heating and Air explains the inclusive services and terms that comprise a typical service contract.

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Design Considerations for Commercial HVAC Systems

Design Considerations for Commercial HVAC Systems

Whether you’re building on a commercial property or replacing an HVAC system on an existing property, you must keep an eye on how your heating and cooling systems are designed. Doing this can make or break your property’s indoor comfort and air quality, and can also affect other aspects like energy efficiency, operational costs and …

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Basic Troubleshooting for a Malfunctioning Furnace Sensor

Basic Troubleshooting for a Malfunctioning Furnace Sensor

Furnaces have built-in safety measures to ensure that noxious gases and fumes don’t leak into your house. A key component of the furnace’s safety circuit is the flame sensor, a small metal rod with a porcelain base that monitors the flame in the furnace through an electrical current. When the flame goes out, the furnace …

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