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What to Know About HVAC Systems and Rain

What to Know About HVAC Systems and the Rain

With all the precipitation in the forecast, now is a good time to go over the effects of rain on your heating and air conditioning […]

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The Leaks in Your Ductwork: a Drain on Your Budget and Your Comfort

Ductwork leaks are extremely common and they can cost Wichita homeowners hundreds of dollars per year on their heating and cooling bills. Over time, leaks in ductwork multiply […]

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The Energy-Efficient Home: How Your Systems Work in Sync

Committed to making your home more energy efficient? A key is understanding the whole-house systems approach. After all, the systems in your home work in […]

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Forgot to Make an Appointment for Annual Service? Why You Shouldn’t Wait a Minute Longer

Your cooling and heating system is just like any other machine – parts and components can wear down, get dirty, and need to be replaced […]

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Calculate Lifetime Cost Factors of Your New Cooling System Before Buying

Chances are good if you own a home that you’ll need to install a new cooling system at least once. The upfront costs of replacing your […]

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Those Troublesome Air Leaks: Find Them, Fix Them

The air leaks in your home are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. That’s why the volume of heat that can enter […]

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The Summer Blackout: Have What You Need, And Know What To Do?

Power outage in winter are usually limited to ice storms and blizzards, but a summer blackout can occur for a variety of reasons. Here in southern […]

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The Elements Of A Well-Designed Zoning System

A zoning system allows you to divide your home into separate cooling/heating zones while still using a single air conditioner and furnace. Diverse parts of the house […]

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Air Conditioning Terms: Understanding The Lingo

Air conditioning terms, just like central air conditioning technology, have gotten more complex recently. However, if you’re considering an A/C upgrade, scheduling a service call or just […]

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Manual J: Why The Technician Who Sizes Your System Should Know It Inside Out

Many people haven’t heard of Manual J, which is the primary tool that HVAC contractors use to size a home’s cooling or heating equipment. It’s […]

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