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Life Without R-22: Options For Older A/C Systems

30 December 2019
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if you haven't purchased a new HVAC system within the past 10 years, then chances are it still relies on R-22 refrigerant. That also means you'll be impacted by the EPA's ongoing efforts to phase out the ozone-harming refrigerant. After January 2020, all manufacture of R-22 within the United States will come to a complete halt. The eventual phaseout will also make it harder – not to mention more expensive – to maintain your current A/C system.
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Why A Sinking Condenser Slab Is Bad And How To Fix The Problem

25 November 2019
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A concrete slab can last for years, but the slab is affected by the soil underneath it. If the soil isn't compacted well, the slab can sink, shift, or crack. When this happens to the slab your AC condenser rests on, the air conditioner could be damaged. Here's why you want to repair a sunken or cracked condenser slab and ways to do it. Why Repairing A Condenser Slab Is Important
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3 Bad Things That Happen If You Never Clean Your Exterior AC Unit

10 October 2019
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When it comes to proper maintenance of your AC system, there are several steps you should never neglect. However, there is one part of proper AC maintenance that gets neglected more often than most: cleaning the exterior condenser unit. This unit has thin vents that are meant to allow airflow through the unit, but these vents commonly get clogged with dirt, leaves, and grime. Here is a look at some of the bad things that can happen to your AC system if you do not have the exterior unit cleaned regularly.
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Can Trouble With Your AC Indicate A Lurking Heating Problem?

17 September 2019
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As the warm months wind down, it's time for your air conditioning system to take a much-needed break as it tags in your home's heating system. If your house is like many modern homes, however, then your home's air conditioning and heating have something in common: the forced air system. Your forced air system includes the thermostats, ductwork, vents, and blower which distribute cooled or heated air to every room of your home.
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What can your HVAC technician do for you? Some HVAC contractors perform tasks beyond the heating and cooling system work that they do for you. In fact, my HVAC technician does plumbing and even some electrical work in my home. I had no idea that the company offered this type of service until he made a few suggestions about improving the plumbing system in my home as he inspected my HVAC system to get it ready for winter. Find out what your HVAC contractor can do for your home here on my blog. When you've reached the end, you will know very well what you can ask of your technician and avoid contacting a second contractor.

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