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Tips for Cleaning Your Air Conditioner Filter

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You’ve probably heard about the benefits of cleaning your AC filter. Namely, a clean filter helps your system run more efficiently and safeguards your home’s air quality. However, you may be wondering how to clean your AC filter. Take a look at these tips. Vacuuming Once you find and locate the filter and your air conditioner, remove it and try vacuuming. First knock the dust into the rubbish bin. You may want to do this outside to minimise the amount of dust that stays in your home.…

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How to Maximize a Solar Panel System in Less Than Ideal Weather

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Advances in solar cell efficiency and materials are making solar panel systems a reality for those in less than perfect weather conditions. No longer do solar panels need to be installed in only dry, super sunny area. Homeowners in cooler climates and overcast conditions are still able to take advantage of solar panel system utility First, the weather doesn’t have to be sunny for a solar panel to absorb the sun’s rays.…

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Two tips for keeping your commercial air conditioning system in good condition

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A commercial air conditioning system is crucial for any businesses which are located in hot climates. These systems not only help to keep employees alert and productive but also ensure that customers or clients stay comfortably cool when visiting the building. Here are two ways to keep your system in good condition. Watch out for small clues that there might be problems with your HVAC When you’re rushed off your feet trying to run a business, it’s very easy to overlook changes to your air conditioning system.…

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Reach for the Sky: Are Ceiling Cassette Air Conditioners Right for Your Home?

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Installing a new air conditioning system in your home is always a relatively complicated process, and deciding where your new air conditioning system will be mounted can be a challenge. It can be particularly troublesome if you live in a compact home with limited wall and floor space. If you find yourself in this position, installing ceiling cassette air conditioners in your home can be a great way to solve the problem.…

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5 Ways to Improve the Efficiency of Your Air Conditioner

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Using your air conditioning system throughout summer can run up a very large electricity bill. If you’re wondering whether you can afford to run your air conditioning system this summer, take a look at these five tips for improving its efficiency. 1. Maintain Your Air Conditioner When your air conditioner is clogged with dirt and dust, it cannot efficiently circulate cool air throughout your home. Simply taking the filters out of your air conditioner and cleaning or replacing them can make a big difference to its efficiency.…

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Rundown of Some Common Air Conditioning Problems

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So many people spend most part of the day indoors, in their houses, office buildings or both. If the indoor space is not air-conditioned, it can be quite uncomfortable to stay in. That’s why air conditioning is no longer regarded as a luxury feature of today’s buildings but a necessity. If you are looking forward to installing an air conditioning system in your home or commercial building, you may first need to know the typical issues that can lead to system inefficiencies or failure.…

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What You Need to Know About Operating Your Home's Air Conditioning System

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Chances are, you don’t give much thought to how you operate your home’s air conditioning system, that is, until you see the monthly electric bill! Your home’s system might also break down and need repairs much sooner than it should, if you’re not using it properly. Note a few factors to consider when it comes to how you operate your air conditioner so you know you’re not overworking it and will keep it running optimally through the summer season.…

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Typical Signs You Have Leaky Air Conditioner Refrigerant in the Home

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Your air conditioner refrigerant is the all-important chemical substance that absorbs heat from the hot indoor air drawn into the air conditioning system, to release cool air from the supply vents. The refrigerant is usually located inside the evaporator coils of the AC equipment and it changes form between liquid and gaseous state, hence explaining the potential for leaking to occur. As a homeowner who wants to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures during the hot sunny days of the year, you will not get efficient cooling service from your air conditioning system if you are running low on refrigerant.…

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How to Create a Great Homework Environment for a Child with ADHD

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For most neurotypical children, homework is a boring but doable task. For children with ADHD, just sitting down in front of a book can be enough of a struggle. When you add the need to focus on work to the mix, homework can be a nightmare for children and parents alike. One of the best ways to make sure homework gets done is to create a space that’s conducive to learning.…

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Signs That Your Refrigerator Needs Servicing

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In order for your refrigerator to serve you efficiently, all its components must work properly. If one are all of these components break down, you need to repair the refrigerator for it to work properly.  There are several signs that indicate your fridge needs servicing. High Temperatures Although a refrigerator produces heat like any other machine, it is a bad sign if the refrigerator gets too hot.  Too much heat is indicative of problems with the condenser.…

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