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Expect These Sound Levels from HVAC EquipmentHVAC equipment is expected to make some noise when it's operating. With your home's system, you'll probably hear the sound of the blower unit starting, running, then shutting down, and perhaps some noise as air moves through the ductwork. Outdoors, you'll hear louder noises from the compressor motor and condenser fan.

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How to Sync Your Home's HVAC SystemsYour HVAC system consumes almost half of the energy used in your home annually. To improve its efficiency, your home's heating and cooling and various other systems need to work together in tandem. Addressing the following issues is vital for syncing HVAC systems and saving energy:

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What is Air Balancing?

December 7, 2017HVAC System

What is Air Balancing?If you're concerned that your HVAC system isn't operating as efficiently as it should, you might think it's the fault of the equipment. In fact, out of balance airflow through the system may be the underlying cause of your poor equipment performance. Proper air balancing not only ensures that your HVAC system runs efficiently and keeps your energy consumption in check, but it also reduces unnecessary strain on the equipment and provides better temperature control for greater comfort.

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Ductless, Mini-Split System: When to Use ThemDuctless mini-splits are truly a wonder of modern technology. A type of heat pump, they offer the user the convenience of heating and cooling without the need for ducts to deliver it. That feature means they are often a perfect solution for conditioning the air in a variety of otherwise challenging situations. Here's some basic information on when to consider mini-split systems.

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Ways Rain Might Affect Your HVAC SystemIf you have a traditional central HVAC system, it consists of two main components: the evaporator/air handler/heating unit that's situated inside your home, and the condenser/compressor unit that's located outdoors. Since it's exposed to all kinds of weather, it's natural to wonder about the possible rain affects on that HVAC unit.

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