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What are the Best Air Filters for Your Home?Posted by Chad Peterman on Monday, June 17, 2013
The first thing you want to think about when purchasing a new air filter for your HVAC system is filter size. You need to be sure to purchase a filter that will fit into your system. To correctly size your filter, you can look at the size of the filter that is already in the unit, or check your owner’s manual. If you still can’t seem to find the size of the filter, you may ask your HVAC technician during routine maintenance.
What Does My Air Conditioner Cost to Run?Posted by Chad Peterman on Friday, June 14, 2013
This is a complex question, and unfortunately there is not an exact answer or number that we can give you because costs can vary widely based on a number of different factors. These factors include the SEER rating, unit size, manufacturer, unit age, the cost of electricity in your area, and how well your unit has been maintained throughout its life.
The Bigger the Better with AC Units?Posted by Chad Peterman on Wednesday, June 12, 2013
If you’re in the market for a new AC unit, you’ve more than likely done your research and you’re basing your options off of two main features: size and power. It is very common for people to think that the bigger the unit, the better job it will do of cooling your home; however, that is not the case. According to the US Department of Energy, a bigger air conditioning unit will not make you feel more comfortable during the hot summer months.
The 411 on Uneven Cooling in Your HomePosted by Chad Peterman on Monday, June 10, 2013
Can you believe we are less than two weeks away from the official start of summer in Indianapolis? During the spring, Indianapolis homeowners schedule AC tune-ups to make sure their HVAC units are ready for when the real heat sets in. It is common for technicians to find minor problems with your system or that last year’s minor problems have gotten even worse.
Why Does Recharging Your Indianapolis AC Unit Cost So Much?Posted by Chad Peterman on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Here in Indianapolis and Greenwood, the cooling season has definitely arrived. The temperatures are heating up and undoubtedly, you have already turned on your air conditioning unit. Most homeowners are unfamiliar with most HVAC verbiage, but one term they are very familiar with is Freon. The reason being is because it is often leaking or low in older air conditioning systems. This requires your air conditioning contractor to top off the Freon in your air conditioning system about this time every year. The bad news is the government is phasing Freon out because of the harmful effects it has on the environment.
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