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How Do 80% AFUE Gas Furnaces Work?
If you’re in the market for a new furnace for your home, you have probably seen the term “80% AFUE” among the many furnace choices available. What does this term mean? It is a way of designating high efficiency gas furnaces, so the consumer knows they are getting a more efficient unit for their home. […]Read More
How Does Central Air Work in Apartments?
For many potential tenants, central air is an attractive amenity to have in an apartment. People want to feel cool during the hot months and warm during the winter without worrying about the added expense of an air conditioner or constantly running the fan. Having central air adds convenience for residents and can increase future […]Read More
Guide To HVAC Refrigerant Line Insulation
Air conditioner refrigerant line insulation is easy to install and can make a difference in your unit’s cooling capability. Like all insulation, the type used for your refrigerant lines protects the system from excessive heat transfer and inefficient operation. Whether you’ve just installed a new unit that needs insulating around the refrigerant lines or must […]Read More
$300 Federal Tax Credits are BACK!
This past August, the $300 tax credit for qualifying HVAC systems returned and is here to stay until December 31st, 2032! This decision was a part of the Inflation Reduction Act, which is an effort to slow and reduce inflation while devoting money and resources to supporting energy efficiency and infrastructure throughout the nation. If […]Read More
Guide to Proper Thermostat Placement
Your thermostat constantly monitors your home’s average internal temperature, keeping you comfortable year-round. If you’re experiencing high energy bills or a fluctuating heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system, you might have thermostat placement problems. Before contacting a technician, see if your thermostat placement is causing the issue. General Thermostat Placement Guidelines If you’re looking […]Read More
Introducing: The Central Ducted DC Inverter Heat Pump System
If you’ve been doing your best to make it through the summer with an air conditioner that’s underperforming, you deserve to treat yourself to everyday comfort with a new HVAC system. Lucky for you, we’re releasing our new Central Ducted DC Inverter Heat Pump System! What Is the Central Ducted DC Inverter Heat Pump System? […]Read More
Can a Heat Pump Work in Cold and Hot Temperatures?
If you’re looking for cost-effective, energy-efficient and low-maintenance ways to heat and cool your home, then a heat pump may be the solution. Though heat pumps are becoming increasingly popular in new residential homes and as furnace or air conditioning replacements in existing homes, there are still misconceptions about how heat pumps work and what […]Read More
The MRCOOL Configurator: Configurate the Right System for Your Comfort
It can be an easy decision to update your old HVAC system – especially if it doesn’t work properly. If you’ve decided to get a new heating and cooling system, you know that the real problem comes after. How do you decide what system to choose in the sea of HVAC products? We might be […]Read More
INTRODUCING: The NEW 4th Gen DIY Ductless Mini-Split
Have you ever wanted to directly control how comfortable your home is, but you know that touching the thermostat equals high dollar signs? Now’s your chance to bask in full, complete comfort all throughout the year, because the DIY Ductless Mini-Split System is back and better than ever in its 4th Generation! What’s New? Everything […]Read More
What Exactly is SEER?
In your search for a new air conditioning system, you’ve probably run into the term “SEER” a few times. More than likely, you’re finding it in the specs and descriptions for every system you’ve looked at, so what the heck is it? Let’s start with a definition. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, which […]Read More