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Host a Safe Easter Egg Hunt and Protect Your Air SystemEgg hunts are an Easter tradition and a fun-filled occasion for adults and children alike. There's a lot of planning and prep work involved when you're hosting a hunt – like filling plastic eggs with goodies, picking the ideal hiding places, and readying snacks and beverages for guests of all ages. To ensure one and all enjoy a memorable, safe Easter egg hunt this year, be sure to take these safety-wise steps ahead of time:

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HVAC system , home safety , HVAC safety , safety considerations

The Importance of Spring HVAC PreparationWarm weather may seem far away right now, but it'll be here before you know it. You'll be able open the windows for a time, but all too soon, it'll be warm enough to turn on the air conditioner. It's always a good idea to start thinking about your spring HVAC preparations. You can make a list right now of the tasks you'll need to perform to get your air conditioner ready for the long hot summer.

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service and maintenance , spring hvac , hvac preparation , hvac checklist

The Impact of Color on TemperatureThere are many factors that contribute to the temperature of the various rooms in your home, besides just the weather outside. There's the layout of the house, how many floors you have, placement of windows, and much more. One factor that tends to be overlooked is color. But it can have a significant impact on your home's comfort. Let's look at the temperature effects of color in your home.

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energy efficiency , home comfort , indoor temperature , temperature , indoor heating , indoor cooling

What is A/C Tonnage?

February 21, 2019HVAC System

What is A/C Tonnage?The relationship between a system’s A/C tonnage and the size and characteristics of the home it’s in makes a difference in its performance. Each ton of an air conditioner can remove 12,000 Btus of heat from your home in one hour. When you’re selecting a new cooling system, whether it’s central or portable, finding the right size is crucial for your comfort, energy costs and the lifespan of the equipment.

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HVAC system , A/C tonnage , hvac sizing

How Groundhog Day Affects Your Winter HeatingFebruary 2nd is the day when the groundhog fondly known as the Punxsutawney Phil comes out of hibernation each year to advise us whether we can expect an early spring, or if the cold winter weather will continue and we'll have an extended heating season. Groundhog Day has been an annual tradition since 1886, but how does really affect winter heating in your home?

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Heating , winter heating , service and maintenance , groundhog day , spring maintenance

Humidity Levels Beneath Your HomeMoisture sources underneath your house contribute to humidity effects inside your home. Water vapor continuously rises, seeping through structural gaps and into the living spaces above. High indoor humidity levels make it harder to maintain temperatures in the comfort zone, creating a clammy, colder environment in winter and a muggy, overly hot feeling in summer. Moisture infiltration also triggers condensation on interior surfaces that can spawn active mold growth, a known trigger of allergic responses in susceptible individuals.

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home comfort , humidity , leaky plumbing , defective features , clogged gutters

Set to Cool but Blowing Hot: Air Conditioning IssuesIf your HVAC settings appear to be correct, why in the world is your air conditioner blowing hot air? The most basic function of an A/C is to deliver cool comfort, so if you’re feeling a warm blast from the vents instead, something’s definitely amiss. It may be a simple matter you can resolve yourself or it may require diagnosis by a qualified technician. Here are some scenarios that might be at fault if your HVAC settings are blowing hot air instead of cool.

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HVAC system , air conditioner , air filter , refrigerant , thermostat settings , hvac settings

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