heating and cooling a tranformed attic

Find out what you can do to heat and cool the attic here on my blog.

heating and cooling a tranformed attic

Tips For Protecting Your Air Conditioner Through The Winter Season

21 October 2015
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If you have an outdoor central air conditioning compressor, sometimes also referred to as an HVAC unit, you can't underestimate the importance of winterization. A little bit of preparation makes a big difference for protecting the system against the snow, ice and cold temperatures that the winter season can bring. Additionally, it will help you to keep rust at bay, which ensures that the system will function as it is intended when the temperatures climb again after the spring thaw.
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Air Conditioning 101: Choosing The Best Air Filter

21 October 2015
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Like many homeowners, chances are you haven't taken stock in the type of air filter your air conditioner uses. However, something as seemingly insignificant as an air filter can have an outsized impact on how well your air conditioner performs. Understanding Air Filter Quality The type of filtration media used for a typical air filter can have a tremendous impact on your A/C system's performance. For example, air filters that use pleated paper filtration media often have an edge over standard fiberglass air filters, since the former is usually more capable of capturing unwanted airborne pollutants than its more coarsely woven counterpart.
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Routine AC Maintenance Saves Money On Emergency Repairs

20 October 2015
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When you have an air conditioning system that cools off an entire house, it's important to have routine maintenance done on your AC system. Routine maintenance improves the efficiency of your system, is a proactive way to avoid emergency repairs, and keeps your system running smoothly for when the weather gets unbearable. System Cleaning Should be Done Once a Year Your air conditioning unit that cools off your entire home needs to be cleaned at least once a year.
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2 Signs Something Is Wrong With Your Heat Pump

20 October 2015
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Few things are more frustrating than dealing with a non-functional heating or cooling system. In addition to making your family uncomfortable, you might find yourself spending your free time troubleshooting your system. However, you might be able to streamline repairs by knowing which problems to look for. Here are two signs something is wrong with your heat pump: 1: Your Home Is Uncomfortable Heat pumps work by harnessing heat and moving it where it belongs.
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How To Improve AC And Furnace Airflow

19 October 2015
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The key to an effective and efficient HVAC system is making sure your ducts and vents are always open and clean. Over the years, your HVAC system is bound to get a little clogged up and dirty. Usually, this dirt doesn't do enough to reduce the airflow of your system, but it can resulted in dirty air that causes allergies. However, your HVAC system can get clogged at certain junctions, leading to a malfunctioning furnace and/or air condtioner.
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About Me
heating and cooling a tranformed attic

When my husband and I made the decision to transform the attic into a home office, we didn't think about how that would impact our home heating and cooling system. This space has been complete for about a year now, and it is always cold in the winter and hot in the summer. We decided that, before this winter hit, we would have an HVAC technician come out and see what could be done to improve the heating and cooling of the space. Find out what you can do to heat and cool these areas of the home here on my blog.