Think You Need Your Heat Pump Repaired? Consider These 3 Signs

Posted on: 14 September 2015
A heat pump is one of the most efficient ways of heating and cooling your home, since it uses up to 40 percent less electricity than a typical HVAC furnace and air conditioner combo. To ensure that you get the biggest bang out of your energy buck, it's crucial to know when your heat pump needs service. Ignoring the following signs could lead to reduced energy efficiency and performance, so it pays to watch out for the following signs.
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3 Reasons You May Have Ice Buildup on Your Air Conditioning System

Posted on: 25 August 2015
Having ice buildup on your central air conditioning system might be a common problem, but it is not a normal or anticipated thing to find. When ice begins building up on your AC, there is a problem that must be addressed. Here are three reasons this might be happening to your system. The Coolant Level Is Low A central AC system makes cold air through a process that requires a coolant.
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If You Offer Lifetime Warranties On Iron Work, Use Hot-Dip Galvanized Iron Because It Lasts

Posted on: 11 August 2015
Iron work fences can last decades, which lets contractors who install wrought iron fences offer a lifetime warranty on their work. According to a report in Fastener Technology International, hot-dip galvanized metals will hold up for 50 to 80 years. If you're a contractor who builds iron work fences and you want to set your company apart by offering a lifetime warranty on your fences, make sure you use hot-dipped galvanized iron.
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Stop Sandblasting Your Car! 3 Ways to Protect Your Windshield at the Construction Site

Posted on: 27 July 2015
Working on a construction site can be a dirty, gritty job at times, not just for you, but for your car's windshield too. Without the right protections, the average windshield is much more likely to be damaged near active construction. If you're not ready to shell out for a replacement glass pane, consider using a few of these tips to keep your vehicle's windows intact. Soup Up Your Wipers Windshield wipers are made to handle the occasional rain storm, but construction vehicles often get coated with dust, sand, and all sorts of other small debris.
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