Articles on HVAC & Appliances

Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps How your heat pump heats your home   The heat pump is most efficient when the outdoor temperature is cool to moderately cold – around 25°F or higher. So it is really good for central Texas. In the winter, your  heat pump takes the heat from the outside air and pumps it inside.…

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Bathroom Vent System

The bathroom exhaust fan, as deafening as some may sound, is an integral part of your home’s ventilation system. High humidity levels from a warm bath or shower has the potential of creating mold and mildew.  Painted walls will crack, wall paper will peel, and doors and cabinets will start to warp in a consistently…

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Anti – Tip Brackets

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Air Conditioner

Air Conditioner When the summer heat arrives, a cool habitat is one of the places sought after for relief.  Most of the time, that habitat is our home where we can relax, sip on a cold beverage and enjoy the cool air blowing through the house – from the air conditioner.  To ensure your air…

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Nitrogen Dioxide

The Trouble with Nitrogen Dioxide First and foremost, Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) is a prominent component of air pollution. That’s right, the very same pollution we have come to know and love around the globe. It is an unfortunate result of the combustion processes of fossil fuels. As a gas it is reddish brown, the same…

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