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Heat Pumps and How do They Work?

A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one place to another, from inside to outside or from outside to inside. In the winter a heat pump works like a heater, extracting heat energy from outside and transferring it inside. In the summer the process reverses...

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Why do I Need a Humidifier?

A humidifier is a device that emits water vapor to increase the humidity in your home. A humidifier battles the symptoms associated with cold weather. Cold weather can wreak havoc on your respiratory system but it can also damage your wooden furniture or musical instruments.

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Plumbing Problems That Cost You Money

Even though thinking an ostrich will hide its head in the sand to avoid danger is actually a myth, it’s no myth that many Salem, OR, homeowners will ignore plumbing problems, hoping they’ll go away. That can be a costly mistake, as these problems almost never...

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Top 5 Air Conditioner Purchase Mistakes

1. Buying The Wrong Sized Unit It is easy to buy a unit too large or too small for your space. A larger unit does not necessarily mean more cooling power. Each air conditioner is designed for certain sized spaces, different cooling needs, household age, and so on. A...

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Is it Normal For My Air Conditioner to Turn On and Off?

When an air conditioner (AC) turns on and off in rather quick successions, without running for longer periods, this is called short cycling. It’s fairly common, but when it happens it means there’s something wrong with the AC. Do not leave these occurrences alone....

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Does an Air Conditioner Help With Allergies?

Air conditioners can help filter your home’s air and control humidity, and both of these things are important in the allergy world. It’s estimated there are now 50 million seasonal allergy sufferers in America. Properly maintaining your HVAC system is the difference...

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What Does SEER Mean?

When it comes to your air conditioner (A/C), a common term used in the HVAC business that you’r likely to see everywhere is your air conditioner’s SEER. But what exactly is SEER? SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It’s a rating system of the air...

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Does an Air Conditioner Kill Mold?

Your air conditioners can do several things––keep your home’s indoor air cooler than outdoor temperatures, help to keep indoor airborne allergens at bay, and help keep your home’s humidity low. But one thing it cannot do is kill mold. It can help prevent mold, but...

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