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  • What Is EER?

    EER stands for the Energy Efficiency Ratio of an HVAC cooling system. EER measures the ratio of output cooling energy (in BTU) to input electrical energy (in watts) during operation. If you are purchasing a new HVAC system for your home, you may be more familiar with the term SEER. SEER is a rating

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    How To Save Money On Your Air Conditioning Bill

    Summer is here and it is likely you have been running your air conditioning unit more than a few times this season. Before the start of every season, take the time to ensure your HVAC system is running properly. Regularly scheduled maintenance can help keep your air conditioning unit run efficiently

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    What Causes Your AC Unit To Leak Water?

    There are multiple reasons why your ac unit would be leaking water. To understand why it is leaking water it is essential to understand how water is formed in your air conditioning unit. The ac unit contains an evaporator coil. The purpose of the evaporator coil is to cool the warm air that

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    What is HERS?

    The Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Index is the industry standard by which a home's energy efficiency is measured. It's also the nationally recognized system for inspecting and calculating a home's energy performance. Since 1999, HERS testing has been an active part of the California building

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    California Permit Requirements For HVAC Installations

    As a homeowner there may come a time when you decide to undertake a home improvement project. One important step you never want to skip is pulling a permit. Depending on the scope of work you can determine whether a permit needs to be pulled. When replacing your HVAC system as the homeowner you need

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    What Is SEER?

    What is SEER? Every homeowner wants their home to be as energy efficient as possible especially during the hot summer months. If you are in the process of purchasing a new air conditioner one of the factors to consider is what SEER rating your new unit has. The SEER rating is determined by AHRI (Air

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    Signs You May Have A Refrigerant Leak

    Refrigerant is an essential substance contained in the coils in the air conditioning unit. Without refrigerant your air conditioner would not keep your home cool. A decrease in the refrigerant amount your air conditioner holds is not a normal occurrence. This is likely a sign of a refrigerant

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