Exposed AC Ductwork
2020 HVAC Trends – Exposed Ductwork

If you search online for exposed AC ductwork, you will be presented with a massive amount of examples of work in this category. It seems that not so long ago, everyone wanted to hide ac ductwork under false or suspended ceilings.  The last couple of years has seen an increase … Read More

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3 Important HVAC Safety Tips

Having an HVAC system in your home makes it more comfortable, but it can also cause some health and safety concerns. Fortunate for you though you can prevent these hazards from developing into a difficult situation with the right heating and air conditioning equipment. The top safety issues for your … Read More

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4 Common Miss Steps in HVAC Ownership

We recently stumbled across an online article where I saw someone had built a picture frame around their thermostat on the wall and installed a hinged lid with a knob to cover the control panel. The person may have been pleased with how it looked, but it’s a terrible idea … Read More

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Spring HVAC Maintenance Tips

We are already halfway through January. Have you included checking over your HVAC equipment in your spring cleaning? It’s very important to give some TLC to your HVAC system once a year to prolong the lifespan of your equipment and prevent additional and unnecessary expenses. Here is a list of … Read More

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How to Work Safe on an HVAC Job: Useful Tips

Deciding to become an HVAC professional in an HVAC company must feel like a rewarding career choice. There are no doubts about that because you’re able to provide solutions to people’s problems whilst enjoying some of the highest salaries in the sector. But while working in this rewarding world of … Read More

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The 5 Types of Air Conditioning Compressors

Inside all air conditioning units is a compressor. This compressor plays a very crucial role in compressing the refrigerant as it enters the equipment to bring up the temperature. Once it has been heated, the gas exits the unit and enters the condenser so that the cooling can commence. While … Read More