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Thermostat Set Point Setback, Is It Really Efficient?

In terms of set point setback it is really not a question of, “Is it efficient”, rather it is a question of, “When is it efficient?” When temperatures fall beneath the milder temperatures of the winter months setting your heat pump thermostat settings back more than a few degrees is a bad idea and not efficient

 
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A Change That Will Save You Big In 2014

Something as simple as a loose belt or worn belt can cost a business owner as much as 6% in loss of efficiency which can equate to upwards of $500 in additional electricity charges.

 
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Dry R22 Systems…To Install Or Not To Install Is The Question.

  When there are company profits to be made a lot can go wrong for the customer in terms of knowing what to believe or not. Many HVAC contractors love an “emergency” or “crisis” because what better time to make a buck than a crisis. This is an unfortunate commentary on today’s heating and cooling

 
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Don’t Let The Cost Of R22 Scare You Into A New System

It’s true, very true in fact, that prices of R22 are soaring to prices nobody wants to pay. It is also true that if you have a system requiring some major repairs that utilizes R22 you’ll want to consider a new system. The problem is that many HVAC companies, residential especially, are using the price

 
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Certified, Authorized..What does it mean?

Putting a quick blurb out regarding the topic of certifications and authorizations. Pretty much, if you hear companies advertising that their service group is certified and authorized…well, it really does not mean much of anything. In terms of heating and cooling companies whether residential or commercial these two terms are used for just about anything,

 
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