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Those Hefty 25C Tax Credits: Here in January, Gone in December

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Is your HVAC system in dire need of upgrades? Afraid your heating and cooling equipment might not make it another year? Don't put it off another season. Valuable federal tax credits can help ease the financial burden, but they are only available for a few more months. These tax credits were originally signed into law in 2008 and were set […]

A Tune-Up Will Keep Your Heat Pump Cooling System Humming Through the Heat

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Heat pumps are a great way to cool the house down during those hot summer months while saving on energy and money. However, in order to get the most out of your system, you need to make sure you take care of it. Cleaning and changing the filter on your heat pump cooling system monthly will help ensure smoother, more […]

Follow the Energy Star to Better Efficiency in Your Beaumont Area Home

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In the current tough economic climate, we are all looking for ways to save on our outgoings, especially inescapables like household bills to heat and cool our homes. But what if you could achieve this, and at the same time help the planet - bit of a no brainer? The Energy Star program means you can take action to reduce these […]

Manuals J and Manual D: Together, They’re the Cornerstone of a Quality A/C Installation

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If, as the old saying goes, "rules were made to be broken," nowhere does this seem more applicable than in using Manual J and Manual D calculations when installing home HVAC systems. According to the 2012 IRC (International Residential Code), adopted by most local building department authorities as law, Manual J and Manual D calculations must be followed in the […]

R-22 Refrigerant Supplies Are Getting Shorter–Have You Started Thinking About an A/C Replacement?

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No one likes to be rushed when it comes to making a big-ticket purchase like a central air conditioner. But R-22 refrigerant supplies are waning, which means that it really is in your best interest to start thinking about replacing your A/C system. As you may know, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is phasing out R-22 because of its ozone-depleting […]

There’s No Reason to Delay an A/C Replacement When You Stand to Gain These 7 Benefits

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If your air conditioner is getting up there in age, the benefits you stand to gain from an A/C replacement are worth it the initial cost. In fact, delaying the replacement may lead to higher energy costs and paying for costly repairs — not to mention having to go without cooling for a time should the system break down. Expected […]

Need a Repair? Insist on a NATE-Certified Technician

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Not all certifications are the same, and learning which certifications provide value requires that homeowners vet a technician first before hiring. Once you understand the value of a NATE-certified technician, no other certification program will do. With its uniform standards and industry-wide support, the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) organization offers certification worthy of your support, as it benefits homeowners, […]

High-Efficiency A/Cs Have Top SEERs: Is Yours Reaching Its Peak Performance?

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When it comes to high-efficiency A/Cs, homeowners expect a solid return on their investments through lowered utility bills and excellent performance. What many folks fail to realize, however, is that there's more to SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) ratings than meets the eye. Here's a look at several installation and service factors that can affect system efficiency. Installation plays a role in […]

Replacing One Side of Your Split-System A/C? Why a Match With the Other Is a Must

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What happens when only one component of your split-system A/C starts acting up? Although you may think that you can simply replace the failing unit, there's more to it than that. By taking the time to understand why a correct match is important, you'll save yourself a lot of stress and expensive problems down the road. A mismatched air conditioner means trouble […]

Have You Switched from R-22 to R-410A AC Unit?

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R-22, also called Freon, is the most common chemical refrigerant used in air conditioners today. However, that's all set to change as a government-created shortage has caused the price to triple. Many consumers, caught off guard by unexpectedly high repair costs, have sought to switch over to air conditioners using the new R-410A, also known as Puron. Discover why it's […]

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