Monday, October 30, 2017
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Summer’s almost officially over and, for many students, the new-school-year feeling has just barely started. Just like many others, for sure you, too, have a couple of things to do and you’re excited about it.
Before you forget, there’s one important home appliance that requires your attention, and that’s your air conditioning unit. Amidst the scorching heat, it kept you fresh and cool inside, so it’s just fair that you take good care of it through proper air conditioner repair and maintenance.
Here are some simple ways to maintain the optimum performance of your AC:
Clean the air ducts, airways, and blowersDirty ducts can cause contamination all throughout your house. Worse, this can cause what we call the Sick Building Syndrome. Protect yourself and your entire family by taking good care of all the ductwork. Moreover, ensure maximum efficiency of your AC by keeping the blades clean and the motor fully functional.
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Monday, September 4, 2017
Friday, September 1, 2017
A typical energy audit would include a complete evaluation of your:
Depending on the results of the energy audit, the following steps may also be required:
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Monday, July 10, 2017
It’s only less than a month since summer has started. This means you’re likely to spend more time on the beach to cool down or you’ll have to stay a lot more at home under the pity of your air conditioning (AC) unit’s cooling power. Either way, you’ll be spending some money to get yourself comfortable throughout the day.The good thing is you can still actually save while using your AC.
Sounds good? Here’s how you can save money through your air conditioner:
Know your AC unit
It’s important that you know how much power your AC needs to efficiently cool down your room. This means you’d need to have a unit with a cooling capacity that’s based on your room size. If you’re planning to install one for your 250 square-feet office, then you’ll need an AC unit with a 6,000 BTU cooling capacity. If you’re still not sure, never assume. It’s best to talk to a professional air conditioner expert for advice.
Look for the appliance energy label
Aside from knowing the specifications, it’s essential that you look for the yellow EnergyGuide sticker. This is where you can quickly find information about energy efficiency, consumption, and the projected operating costs of your appliance. You can then factor all of these to the selling price of the AC unit.
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