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Preparing for My Dream Home

My husband and I have spent a lot of time consulting with an architect. After living in our cramped, starter home for the past 11 years, we were finally ready to make some needed changes to it. We have added an extra 600 square feet of space onto our house. Before the construction began, we finalized the plans for our new heating and air conditioning unit with our HVAC contractor. Because our home was going to be substantially bigger than it is now, we purchased a larger HVAC system. We also installed a new, digital thermostat inside my home. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best types of HVAC units to buy for mid-size homes. Enjoy!

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Preparing for My Dream Home

    Maintenance Tips For Your Restaurant's Walk-In Refrigerator

    Your restaurant's refrigerator is a vital part of your business. If the commercial refrigerator (or "walk-in") doesn't work, food may spoil and you won't be able to serve it to your customers; you'll lose a lot of money. To ensure that the walk-in can continue to chill food for your restaurant, use the following suggestions. Check the Flow of Air In a busy restaurant, people stack boxes wherever they can in order to get work done.

    Is A Malfunctioning Thermostat Causing Your Air Conditioning Problems?

    It's getting warmer outside, and your air conditioner is showing signs of not being able to keep up. Maybe it's started "short cycling," where the cooling cycle abruptly shuts off, only to kick back in a few minutes later. Maybe the fan is running non-stop. Or maybe the air conditioner just isn't turning on when it should. A faulty thermostat can cause all these problems. Fortunately, a broken thermostat can be a relatively easy fix, but if you don't take care of the issue, it could lead to more substantial damage.