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For a new home build or commercial development, it’s important to have a correctly sized AC air conditioning system for the size of the space. Buying one that’s too small will, of course, not cool down the area very well, and buying an air conditioning unit that’s too big can result in an operating cycle that doesn’t effectively remove humidity from the space. Here’s how to choose the right for your specific needs. The main unit of measure for AC air conditioning systems is BTU, which is, in essence, a measure of energy. Basically, it’s the amount of heat needed to raise 1 pound of water by 1 degree. In relationRead More
You may have already sealed your doors and windows, added extra insulation, and generally done everything you could to improve the energy efficiency of your home, but did you check your duct work? Would you even know what to look for? Think of your duct system as huge hoses, delivering cold air instead of water into your house. Mostly out of sight, ducts can leak for years without you knowing it. They can become torn or crushed and flattened. Old duct tape – the worse thing to use to seal ductwork, by the way – will dry up and fall off over time, allowing junctions and splices to open, spillingRead More
Changing your air filter on a regular basis can help save energy. A dirty air filter will slow down air flow and make the system work harder to keep you warm or cool — wasting energy. A clean air filter will also prevent dust and dirt from building up in the system — leading to expensive maintenance and/or early system failure.