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2 Things You Need To Know About Heating The House

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A the winter months approach many people are wondering what they can do to keep their house warm without overspending on their energy bills. This is a common concern for many homeowners, simply because you can spend a lot of money in the winter if you are not careful. In order to keep your house warm without spending too much money, you should make sure that you are doing a couple things.…

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3 Signs You Need To Call A Water Heater Service

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Having a functional water heater is essential for most families. It is what allows them to get the hot water they need to perform several household functions. Thankfully, if anything ever does go wrong with your water heater, you have the luxury of knowing that you can call a company like R & B Inc Heating & Air Conditioning to come and help you out. This article will discuss 3 signs that you need to call a water heater service.…

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Guidelines for Getting AC Services in Your Home

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Summer is all about vacation, cookouts and time at the pool, but you need to be sure that you’re maximizing your comfort levels indoors. Sitting cooped up in a stifling, muggy home can be a horrible experience, so make sure that you consider upgrading your air conditioner in order to avoid this. Let this article act as a guide, so that you are able to get the best performance possible and install an AC system that is best for your home.…

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Five Mistakes That Can Cause You To Prematurely Require AC Repairs

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AC repairs at the height of the hot season can be uncomfortable and inconvenient. You want to minimize the chances that you’ll experience an AC malfunction by properly paying attention to and maintaining your system. The following are five mistakes to avoid in the coming weeks that can cause you to prematurely require AC repairs: Failing to give routine maintenance enough attention Having your AC system inspected regularly is important. This way, routine maintenance can be performed and any potential malfunctions can be looked out for and hopefully prevented.…

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Cooler Temperatures Are Coming: How To Make Your Heater More Energy Efficient

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 Now that summer is just about over, it’s time to turn your attention to fall. That’s the time of year when you’ll start turning your heater on again. If you weren’t satisfied with your energy efficiency last year, now’s the time to get things under control. Waiting until fall or winter to take care of heating issues could leave you waiting for quite a long time, especially once your heater repair company gets busy with emergency calls.…

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Is Your Cooling System Emitting A Musty Odor? Here's How To Clean Your Air Conditioning Unit To Stop It

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Musty odors blown from your air conditioning unit are the result of microorganisms growing somewhere inside the unit, such as mold and bacteria. When the unit is turned on, mold spores and waste products from the bacteria are blown around your home, which causes the musty odor. It doesn’t mean anything is mechanically wrong with your air conditioner; the inside of the cooling system is the perfect environment for mold growth under normal operating circumstances.…

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Things To Consider Before Remodeling Your Bathroom

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When it comes to home remodeling projects, upgrading kitchens and bathrooms are near the top of the list. There are many reasons to remodel a bathroom, but it can also be a big financial investment. You should never remodel a bathroom on a whim– it is important to put in as much planning as possible. If you’re going to be remodeling a bathroom in your home soon, consider the following things:…

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Secure These Potential Sources Of Heat Loss Before Next Winter

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A warm home on a cold day is a wonderful thing, but if you have noticed that it seems very hard to adequately heat your home, the idea of turning on the heater might seem less appealing. Rather than blaming the heater, though, blame your house – it likely has several points where hot air is leaking out and letting cold air take its place. Here are some areas in your home that you need to check to ensure they’re not contributing to additional cold feelings.…

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Lowering Overhead Of Your Business: Three Tips To Improving Efficiency Of Commercial Air Conditioning Systems

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The temperature inside the office can often affect productivity. In fact, a recent study found that the ideal temperature for typical office work, like taking calls and filing paperwork, is at about 71.6 degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature, employees tend to be most productive. To keep your office at this temperature, install a commercial air conditioning system to help regulate and modulate the internal temperature of the office. An air conditioning system can increase the overhead of running a business.…

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Two Good Reasons To Consider Cooling The Attic In Your Home

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The attic of your home is just a blank space if you are like most homeowners. This is where you stuff all that unneeded holiday stuff, those oddball home decor items, and anything else that has no home in the garage or the rest of the house. Because the attic is hardly used, most homeowners would never dream of keeping it cooled, but what if this idea could change the game completely?…

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