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Why is My A/C Running Constantly?

Is your air conditioner running constantly but not lowering temperature? Here are a few reasons why your AC continues to run and some possible solutions to fix the problem.

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Furnace Short Cycling: How to Fix a Furnace That Won’t Stay On

Furnace short cycling is when your furnace turns on and off in quick bursts, often leaving you cold and frustrated. Let’s look at four causes for this condition and how to fix it, and what to do when nothing else works.

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What is the Difference Between HVAC and Air Conditioning?

The difference between HVAC and air conditioning is disputed more often than you might think. The whole idea of heating and air conditioning is to keep our homes and businesses comfortable all year round.

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How Long Do HVAC Units Last?

If you have a system that’s seen years of usage, though, you might be wondering just how much life is left in it. Just how long do HVAC units last? The answer depends on several aspects.

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Common Questions About Air Conditioner Condensation

There are several signs that your air conditioner is in proper working order. As it operates, you’ll probably notice that the central unit collects moisture in the form of condensation. It’s a normal aspect of a working HVAC system, but people still occasionally want to know more about it.

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AC and Allergens: How Air Conditioning Fights Cedar Fever and More

One of the common misconceptions is that your HVAC is only responsible for the heating and cooling of your home. But as its name implies, your air conditioner is conditioning the air, making it more suitable for everyday living. As such, one of the biggest jobs it performs is freeing the air of allergens like pollen.

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Cleaning Chart for the New Year – 2019

Organizing your chores with this 2019 cleaning chart will help you to keep your house or apartment tidy without having to work hard.

Use our 2019 cleaning chart to organize, plan, and keep track of the chores you need to get done next. Staying on top of your cleaning tasks will keep cleaning easy. When you only have to do a little bit at a time, staying tidy is effortless.

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What Temperature Should You Set Your Thermostat in Summer and Winter For 2019?

Do you ever wonder how your heating and air conditioning usage habits stack up against your friends and neighbors? Well, we wondered about that too, so we decided to do a statistical study to see how people in Central Texas use their heat and AC.

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How to Light a Furnace Pilot Light

The furnace pilot light is one of the most important parts of your heating system. Without it, your gas furnace won’t ignite no matter how high you set the thermostat. Luckily, your pilot light going out is usually one of the easiest fixes there is. Here’s how to get it back on.

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Five Common Air Conditioning Myths

Although air conditioning technology has existed for decades, many people still have trouble separating certain air conditioning facts from fiction. Over time, some of these misconceptions have come to be accepted as common knowledge, so we’re here to set the record straight. Here’s the truth behind some of the most prevalent air conditioning myths.

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