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How to Research Air Conditioning Units by Energy Efficiency

Posted by James Memije on Jun 13, 2018 7:20:03 AM

So you’re deciding to replace the old cooling clunker in your backyard? Today, many homeowners are trying to be more energy efficient to lower their energy bills, gain savings with government and manufacturer’s rebates, reduce environmental impacts and improve home and family health by ensuring their air conditioning unit in operating at its highest level of efficiency. In order to accomplish this, research of air conditioning units by SEER ratings is the key.

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Topics: air conditioner

What Is the Best Water Heater for a Small Family?

Posted by James Memije on May 15, 2018 9:10:00 AM

Having a small family has its perks. With less people running around the home, there less need for more rooms, food, furniture and yes...hot water.

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Topics: Water Heaters

What Is the Difference Between a Split Air Conditioner, Central Air Conditioner, and Window Air Conditioner?

Posted by James Memije on May 1, 2018 7:15:52 AM

When a heatwave hits, everybody scrambles to find a way to stay cool. What’s the best way to do that? Well, you can start by plugging in all the antique fans throughout your home, leaving the fridge door open and if all else fails, jumping in a bucket of ice cold water.

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Topics: air conditioner install, air conditioner

Quality #1 Where there's smoke, there might be bad venting

Posted by James Memije on Mar 16, 2017 11:05:17 AM

Common Venting issues:

Your furnace uses gas burners to heat the air in your home. All those toxic gases from your burners need to be properly exhausted to the outdoors.

The venting system is plastic tubing that directs the toxic gasses or "flu gases" from your furnace to the outdoors.

As vital as this system is, they are often installed with poor slopes, supporting and uncertified material.

Not only can this damage your furnace, but it can result in immediate safety risk to you and your family.

We'll go through all the deadly sins often committed by novice installers.

Poor slope

The slope refers to the horizontal angle of the venting as it exits your home.

Due to the high-efficiency nature of furnaces, they produce a lot of condensation, water. This water needs to be properly drained out.

Horizontal venting should slope 1/4" every foot leaning towards the furnace. This slope allows the water in the venting to slide backward into the furnace to be drained out.

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Topics: Furnace Maintenance

Why Is My Furnace Not Blowing Any Hot Air?

Posted by James Memije on Feb 28, 2017 4:51:25 AM

Without a regular maintenance plan, furnaces can experience all kinds of problems. When your furnace fails, the most common behavior is for it to blow with no heat. This your furnaces way of telling you it's a in a "lockout mode".

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Topics: Furnace Maintenance

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How to Research Air Conditioning Units by Energy Efficiency

Posted BY James Memije, Jun 13, 2018 7:20:03 AM

So you’re deciding to replace the old cooling clunker in your backyard? Today, many homeowners are trying to be more energy efficient to lower their energy bills, gain savings with government and manufacturer’s rebates, reduce environmental impacts and improve home and family health by ensuring their air conditioning unit in operating at its highest level of efficiency. In order to accomplish this, research of air conditioning units by SEER ratings is the key.

Read more
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What Is the Best Water Heater for a Small Family?

Posted BY James Memije, May 15, 2018 9:10:00 AM

Having a small family has its perks. With less people running around the home, there less need for more rooms, food, furniture and yes...hot water.

Read more
Share

What Is the Difference Between a Split Air Conditioner, Central Air Conditioner, and Window Air Conditioner?

Posted BY James Memije, May 1, 2018 7:15:52 AM

When a heatwave hits, everybody scrambles to find a way to stay cool. What’s the best way to do that? Well, you can start by plugging in all the antique fans throughout your home, leaving the fridge door open and if all else fails, jumping in a bucket of ice cold water.

Read more
Share

Quality #1 Where there's smoke, there might be bad venting

Posted BY James Memije, Mar 16, 2017 11:05:17 AM

Common Venting issues:

Your furnace uses gas burners to heat the air in your home. All those toxic gases from your burners need to be properly exhausted to the outdoors.

The venting system is plastic tubing that directs the toxic gasses or "flu gases" from your furnace to the outdoors.

As vital as this system is, they are often installed with poor slopes, supporting and uncertified material.

Not only can this damage your furnace, but it can result in immediate safety risk to you and your family.

We'll go through all the deadly sins often committed by novice installers.

Poor slope

The slope refers to the horizontal angle of the venting as it exits your home.

Due to the high-efficiency nature of furnaces, they produce a lot of condensation, water. This water needs to be properly drained out.

Horizontal venting should slope 1/4" every foot leaning towards the furnace. This slope allows the water in the venting to slide backward into the furnace to be drained out.

Read more
Share

Why Is My Furnace Not Blowing Any Hot Air?

Posted BY James Memije, Feb 28, 2017 4:51:25 AM

Without a regular maintenance plan, furnaces can experience all kinds of problems. When your furnace fails, the most common behavior is for it to blow with no heat. This your furnaces way of telling you it's a in a "lockout mode".

Read more

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