June 24, 2016

Understanding AFUE Ratings for New Heating System Installations

Need to purchase a new furnace for your home or commercial facility? When searching for a new furnace, it is a good idea to begin by researching energy efficiency. Heating systems are categorized with an AFUE (annual fuel-utilization-efficiency) rating, which measures the percentage of fuel the system uses to produce warm air in your home
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Now we are trying to be hot, instead of just trying to be cool

Hello Friends, My brothers Jeff, Bryan and myself have very much enjoyed working with you on your refrigeration and heating and cooling needs. For many years our longtime customers have been asking, in addition to their cold-side equipment and indoor comfort, whether we can fix their other kitchen equipment. And for years we had been
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How Does My Air Conditioning System Work? (part 2)

So now you know how an Air Conditioner system works, after reading Part 1 last time. But your most important question remains unanswered. What’s that? How does this help me? Understanding how your cooling system works will help you in two ways: 1) You will understand why regular maintenance is a necessity, not just a
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How Does My Air Conditioning System Work?

A cool breeze on a hot summer day… Can you feel it? Isn’t it refreshing? The best part is that you’re inside your home cool and comfortable because you have an air conditioning system. But do you really know what it is doing? Or how it is doing it? Does it matter? Yes it does!
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Help! I have No Heat in my Home!

It’s a freezing cold day and your heat system is not running. Not good. But don’t panic! There may be something simple that you can fix yourself. Don’t call a service company yet. First check the eight points below using the diagram shown here.  Heat Pump – If you have a heat pump, check to
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Why is my system low on refrigerant?

How can I tell if my heating and cooling system is low on refrigerant? If the system just isn’t putting out much cold air it could be caused by low refrigerant. Although it can still put out some cold air with half the required refrigerant, the output is reduced and the system is much less
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