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How to Landscape Around Your Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

An outdoor air conditioning unit doesn't always fit with your yard's design scheme. Fortunately, you can hide or disguise it so it disappears into the background or matches your decor. Follow these tips to design and landscape around your outdoor air conditioning unit in Virginia.


Should You Repair or Replace Your Furnace or AC?

Friday, August 14, 2015

If your air conditioner or furnace is over 10 years old, it may begin to show some signs of wear.  You may have already had a minor repair or two.  But at what point will you know that it's time to replace the whole system? 




3 Places Mold Grows in an A/C System

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Mold growth in the home can trigger asthma and allergy symptoms even if it's not one of the more dangerous spores. If mold infests part of your air conditioner, the HVAC system can spread it throughout the house, so keep an eye on these components of the A/C system in your Maryland home.


Sealing Your Home Envelope Is Essential to Energy Efficiency

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Envision the home you live in as a freestanding structure, vulnerable to wind, moisture and thermal components. Now imagine taking your home and enveloping it with an airtight seal. Through this process, you would eliminate problems with excess moisture and humidity, drafts, and even heat radiance. This is the goal of sealing your home envelope for maximum energy efficiency.


Want to Keep Cooling Costs Low This Year? Try These 8 Helpful Tips

Monday, July 06, 2015

It's soon going to be air conditioning time in our region, and after the high utility bills we paid for heating this past winter, you'd probably like to do all you can to keep cooling costs low this summer. These tips can show you how.