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VRF Basics

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Posted on Tuesday Apr 20, 2021 at 06:43PM in General


There are a lot of different types of compressors for air conditions systems. The five typical types of compressors are reciprocating, rotary, scroll, screw, and centrifugal. Reciprocating compressors are traditionally one of the most commonly used types. Rotary compressors are used for smaller units. Scroll compressors are becoming more and more common in air conditioning systems nowadays. Screw compressors and centrifugal compressors tend to be used in very large applications.

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Compressor Basics

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Posted on Tuesday Apr 20, 2021 at 03:46PM in General


There are a lot of different types of compressors for air conditions systems. The five typical types of compressors are reciprocating, rotary, scroll, screw, and centrifugal. Reciprocating compressors are traditionally one of the most commonly used types. Rotary compressors are used for smaller units. Scroll compressors are becoming more and more common in air conditioning systems nowadays. Screw compressors and centrifugal compressors tend to be used in very large applications.

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4 Reasons to Use a Programmable Thermostat

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Posted on Thursday Apr 15, 2021 at 05:56PM in Tech Tips


New technology provides new opportunities to streamline daily activities and provide ease in everyday life. Very complicated tasks are made more straightforward, and simple activities can be made nearly automatic, which means that the things that make our lives easier can be done at the push of a button. For something like your air conditioning and heat, there's no reason in this day and age to have to babysit your thermostat and keep it regulated yourself in order to accomplish goals like saving money or adjusting to the outside temperature. A programmable thermostat is an investment in your home, and in this post, we're going to go over four reasons you've got to be using one for your own house.

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FAQ about Geothermal Heating

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Posted on Tuesday Apr 13, 2021 at 02:21PM in Tech Tips


Consumers have many choices with the types of systems they can use for their homes. With the advancement of technology, it seems that there is a new best option every few years. There are a few, however, that remain consistent mainstays in energy-efficient and decently inexpensive options. Ground source heating or geothermal heating can be a great way to create a source of renewable heat for your home. It also seems that geothermal heating can be a little bit confusing. To simplify the explanation process, we're going to look at a few of the most frequently asked questions about geothermal heating.

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How a Zone Control System Will Save You Money

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Posted on Monday Apr 12, 2021 at 01:29PM in General


Have you ever walked from one room to another and felt the temperature shift drastically, even though the thermostat read something that should have been comfortable? Have you ever had a family disagreement over what temperature is best for sleeping? But have you ever thought about installing a zoned air conditioning system? This type of system might fix all of the above problems and more. Read on in this post to find out five different ways a zone control system will save you big money.

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Evaporator Basics

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Posted on Wednesday Apr 07, 2021 at 05:46PM in General


Every component is critical to the operation of the basic air conditioning unit but the evaporator coil is the one that does the thing we most want from an air conditioner, cooling the air. No, the evaporator coil doesn’t make cold air, you can’t make cold air. Cold is an explanatory word that indicates the absence of heat or the differential between something that is hotter and something that is colder.

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Heat Pump Basics

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Posted on Monday Feb 01, 2021 at 12:00AM in General


The heat pump system gets its name from the description of what it does. Heat pumps take heat from outside and pump it inside. Customers are often confused by this name, thinking it refers only to the heating portion of the climate control system. However, the heat pump is essentially an air conditioner that uses all the same components, plus a few additions, during the heat mode.

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