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How Your HVAC Systems Work Together for Your Comfort The air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems in your home must work together to provide the best total performance. It's helpful to understand how the different components of  your HVAC system interact with one another to keep the temperature comfortable despite outdoor weather conditions.

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You Can Talk Like an HVAC Pro With These Terms: Learn the AdvantagesAre you needing HVAC service or installation in your Fort Wayne area home? Before you call up the contractor, it can help to have a working knowledge of some of the more common HVAC terms. This will help you talk like an HVAC pro and better communicate with your technician, whether you're trying to inquire about upgrading your system, schedule service, or arrange for emergency repair.

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Purchasing a New HVAC System? Learn the Terms AFUE, SEER, and HSPF Before You BuyIf you are considering purchasing a new HVAC system, you will want to know the terms AFUE, SEER, HSPF, among others. These acronyms refer to different methods for measuring the efficiency of central heating and cooling systems.

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Vacation Plans? Why Your HVAC Should Be on Your To-Do ListPutting your cooling system on the must-do list as you make your vacation plans will lead to greater peace of mind when you leave your home. Leaving your air conditioner on when you're away is a good idea, especially if you're leaving plants or a pet behind. When the outdoor condenser runs, it makes noise, which creates the impression that you're at home, deterring an intruder from entering your home.

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Load Calculations: The First Step Before Buying a New HVAC SystemPurchasing new heating and cooling equipment entails a lot more than simply picking out the first energy-smart system you see. In order to actually enjoy the efficiency benefits, a professional load calculation must be performed to determine your home's heating and cooling loads, as well as your ductwork's capacity. Here's a look at two valuable load calculation tools, and how they can help you pick the right HVAC system for your home.

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