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  • Tips on Replacing Your Dirty Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioner Filters

    For homeowners who want to enjoy year-round temperature control service, reverse-cycle air conditioners are an appropriate choice of HVAC equipment. During the hot sunny months of the year, these air conditioners provide cooling service, whereas during the cold winter months, they do the exact opposite — warm up the living area. Because reverse-cycle air conditioners are often being operated almost throughout the year, it is easy to overlook that they too need servicing, just like other types of air conditioning equipment.
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  • Two Signs Your Air Conditioning System Needs to Be Repaired or Serviced

    It's not always easy to spot faults within an air conditioning system. However, it's important to be able to recognise the early warning signs that your unit needs to be repaired or serviced, as a seemingly minor fault that is left unfixed for too long could eventually worsen to the point that it causes the entire unit to fail prematurely. Here are two signs which could indicate that your unit is in need of either repair of servicing.
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  • How to choose industrial air conditioners

    There are many benefits of making a workplace conducive for employees, chief among them is that they are more productive. The following considerations are important when you are considering an industrial air conditioning installation. Load Workspaces usually have a lot of equipment, loads of people, and large airspaces. This creates the need for air conditioners that can effectively cool the load. Some factors you might consider include fan power, how many indoor units can be served by a single outdoor unit as well as the effectiveness of the air conditioning system.
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  • Tips and Measures on How to Reduce the Cost of HVAC Installation

    HVAC systems are indispensable in both homes and commercial settings. Installing the entire system to handle your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning needs can be quite costly, especially if you need a large and sophisticated system. The process can be even more expensive if you don't understand how to keep the costs under control. However, with an understanding of the guidelines surrounding installation costs, you can effectively take control of the process, make reasonable savings, and get the most out of the installation process.
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