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  • Generally, air conditioners have a lifespan expectancy of a decade or two. But since they vary in terms of their sizes, features, and models, their life expectancy also varies. For example, the frequency of use greatly affects how fast the air conditioner wears out. Like all other machines, choosing an AC with durable components contributes to the unit’s longevity. In addition, regular maintenance from our air conditioning repair technicians also increases the lifespan of the unit. Even [...]

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    A relative humidity of between 30 and 55 percent should be comfortable for most people. When the percentage falls below 30 percent, the air is said to be too dry and can harm the homeowner’s health besides causing havoc on structural integrity. Conversely, when the level goes above 55 percent, the air has too much moisture and will also present problems to the home’s inhabitants and the structure. Excess humidity is a breeding ground for pets, mold, and rot. In regards to health, high [...]

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    As you probably already know, the health of your air conditioning systems depends on the condition of the filters. Dirty filters lower the system’s efficiency and contribute to the entire unit’s maintenance issues. The filter is a fine mesh located just below the front board of the air conditioner. Its main work is purifying the air by trapping dirt, dander, and dust. To keep your appliance working properly, swap the filters every couple of months, otherwise your air conditioner will [...]

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    When the bathroom develops a musty smell and mold spots after a couple month’s use, the long rejuvenating hot shower starts losing its appeal.  Ideally, the warm moist air that is left after you take a hot shower should be replaced by fresh air, but only if there’s proper ventilation. If your bathroom smells like wet socks or rotten wood, chances are that the bathroom exhaust fans are not functioning as they should.  You will want to consider calling New Braunfels air conditioning [...]

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    When temperatures soar and days become almost unbearable, there’s nothing more annoying than a buzzing noise from the one thing that should keep you from melting. Of course, newer air conditioner tends to be quieter than older ones, but anything louder than a low hum is an indication of trouble brewing. Buzzing sounds from your AC could have a plethora of meanings; some are simple and require simple fixes, while others require you to call air conditioning system professionals due to their[...]

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    There is something about coming in from the dark on a bitterly cold day into a warm home. But even when you want some convenience that helps you escape from the murderous clutches of nature, and a painstakingly cold house in winter, you don’t want your pump running all day long when no one is home. At the end of the end, if you’re like most people, you want to conserve electricity. Modern thermostats are the remedy to freezing houses and unnecessary use of electricity. Newer thermostats[...]

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    Nobody loves the cold winds of winter (not even the wildlings). That’s why we buy home furnaces to keep us warm. But what happens when your furnace stops blowing hot air into your home? Normally, the problem is simple and thus, will just need a simple fix to get it up and running again. In some cases, however, the problem is more severe and requires expert help. This article will help you understand the few probable causes of a malfunctioning furnace, how to troubleshoot them, and when to[...]

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    Wondering why your employee’s productivity is steadily dwindling? The state of your office’s indoor air quality might be the reason why. Some researchers conducted a study on workers whose pay was dependent on the weight of fruits picked daily. The researchers found that employees earned the least amount of cash on days with the highest level of ozone readings. This to mean that the worker's productivity dropped as the air quality got worse. Science explains how the quality of air [...]

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    Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is a modern HVAC technology which uses refrigerant as the only cooling and heating medium. The refrigerant is conditioned by a single outdoor condensing unit then circulated to multiple indoor units within the building. VRF technology features Inverter compressors that allow lower power consumption. A simple explanation of VRF is to think of it as a large-scale ductless HVAC system with high-performance capacity; think of it as the ‟Rolls Royce” of Air [...]

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    Today, private restaurant owners, as well as fast food franchises are required to adhere to certain ventilation standards for their commercial kitchens. Such ventilation practices are part of regulations set by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) under the United States Department of Labor. You can borrow a leaf from their page to ensure your commercial kitchen also lives up to expected standards.1. Acknowledge the safety hazardsVentilation in commercial[...]

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