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  • A Heating Contractor Explains Five Common Myths That Cost You Money

      Save Myth 1: You'll lower your utility costs by using portable heating units for individual rooms instead of relying on a central heating system that uses gas. Fact: While it might be true that it takes less energy to heat smaller spaces separately, it's important to consider the cost of each type of energy. The electricity used to run portable space heaters is as much as five times more [...]

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    It's important to know when to change your ac air filter. Replacement times for ac air filter recommended by manufacturers vary by make and model, the type of filter used and the unit's operating conditions. Follow these filter-changing guidelines as part of your general air conditioning maintenance routine. * If your HVAC system is used every day, it's best to change your air filter about once [...]

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      SaveAs an air conditioning repair contractor, LA Construction Heating & Air Conditioning is dedicated to helping you to stay cool when the temperatures rise. We're also committed to helping you to avoid unnecessary repair costs. DIY air conditioning repairs can sometimes put you back into the comfort zone without any professional help. 1. Check The Air Filter The air filter serves [...]

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      SaveJul. 1, 2013 - LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- One of the most important things nowadays with the excessive amounts of pollution, as well as increased knowledge about bacteria and contaminants is to ensure that your indoor air quality is exceptional. This prevents diseases from spreading, keeping your family safer and healthier. In the Los Angeles area it is often difficult to maintain great [...]

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      SaveIt's advisable to replace central air conditioner systems before the R-22 refrigerant ban makes them obsolete. R-22 refrigerant, a refrigerant also referred to as HCFC-22, is considered detrimental to the environment. Upcoming implementation of new regulations of the Clean Air Act will force the replacement of R-22 with R410A refrigerant. Are You Ready For A Catch-22? It seems [...]

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