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Keep Cool with a New Air Conditioning Installation

Posted by on Sep 11, 2017 in Heating and Cooling | 0 comments September 11th, 2017

A new air conditioner is a big decision, so it is a good idea to consult with a professional before making any decisions about the best way to cool your home or business. Prior to beginning an air conditioning installation, you will need to determine what kind of air conditioner is right for your space. Window units are not as powerful as more centralized systems, but they are cheap, easy to install and provide quick relief to homeowners suffering from excessive heat. Other options include a split system, which will have components installed inside and outside your home, and...

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What Makes Trane Air Conditioners the Obvious Choice?

Posted by on Apr 21, 2015 in Heating and Cooling | 0 comments April 20th, 2015

All Trane split-system AC and heat pump outdoor units have louvered panels to protect the exterior coil from damage. They also have weather-resistant screws and tough paint finishes. In addition, Trane air conditioners feature the patented aluminum Spine Fin outdoor coil. Spine Fin outdoor coils offer enhanced heat transfer capabilities, thereby resulting in greater resistance to corrosion and higher efficiencies than conventional aluminum/copper coils. The XL20i is among the highest SEER (cooling efficiency) ratings in the industry. In keeping with the lofty standards set by Trane air conditioners, Trane’s gas furnaces are just as impressive. Features include self-diagnostic controls,...

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Blackouts: Dealing with the Loss of Air Conditioning

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Heating and Cooling | 0 comments April 13th, 2015

Whenever an area suffers a long-term blackout during the summer, the news reports about people who are suffering from the heat. For those who grew up without air conditioning, that always seems a bit difficult to understand, but the invention of air conditioning has changed people and how they manage hot weather. Many consider air conditioning an addiction of sorts, and interestingly, that is what the companies that manufactured the first ones had hoped would happen. That is why they first presented the idea of air conditioning to businesses in the hopes that people would become so used to...

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Three Common Problems Commercial Water Heaters Encounter

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Heating and Cooling | 0 comments April 6th, 2015

Like any piece of equipment, commercial water heaters and boilers are prone to need regular maintenance and repairs. However, if you aren’t sure whether you need to call us to come and look at the water heaters at your location, there are three main signs we recommend watching out for to ensure you can get the problem taken care of quickly. 1. Lack of Hot Water- A clogged water line or a pilot light that has gone out are two situations that could prevent hot water from being able to get to your building. Additionally, sediment building up at...

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