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Removing Asbestos

Asbestos once seemed like a dream. The fire retardant insulator is versatile and ideal for various home, auto, and industrial products. However, health research found more of a nightmare. A...

Commercial Portable Air Conditioners: Water-Coole...

Commercial portable air conditioners provide many businesses with cool and comfortable working conditions in times and places otherwise thought impossible. They keep both workers and equipm...

Your Exposed Air Conditioner Condenser Is a Golde...

If you have a split air-conditioning system, your condenser could be at risk of being vandalized for its copper tubing. Since copper prices started rising several years ago, thieves have be...

Portable Air Conditioner Video Library

For expert information and informative tutorials about choosing, installing, and using your portable air conditioner, check out our video guides below!...

The A/C at Summer’s End May Still Need Some Maint...

When autumn arrives, and temperatures start to drop, those who have lived in San Antonio awhile know there will still be days when the A/C is needed. This means you should not ignore regula...

Your Air Conditioner Does a Big Job — Here’s How

Your air conditioner keeps you cool and comfy all summer long. You probably take it for granted. But have you ever wondered how it gets the job done? Actually, an air conditioning system is...

How to Green Your Plumbing

Even if you have a solar thermal array pumping hot water through your into your recycled copper sink, the plumbing connections could be more green. Some pipes are more eco-friendly than oth...

Three HVAC Terms You Should Know When Dealing wit...

Three HVAC system terms that are useful to know include AFUE, SEER and HSPF. These describe the energy efficiency of central heating and cooling systems. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)...

The Copper from Your Air Conditioner Is Valuable:...

Copper theft is a major problem in cities across the United States. Homeowners often find themselves targeted when they leave their air conditioner unprotected from thieves. You can keep th...

The Physics of Heat Loss

Fall is here. The days are getting shorter and you're probably going to be digging out that winter clothing soon. But before you turn the thermostat up to accommodate the colder weather out...

Top 5 Questions About LG’s Portable Air Condition...

LG Electronics has announced a recall for nearly half a million portable air conditioners due a small component inside the units that may overheat and pose a risk of igniting a fire. The re...

Home Cooling Tips Without Blasting Your A/C

With another hot, humid San Antonio summer on the way, the prospect of shock-inducing energy bills, overloaded power grids and killer heat waves poses a problem for southern Texas homeowner...

Don’t Neglect Your HVAC System During Major Home ...

When you’ve just purchased a home and want to make some changes or you’re trying to improve the functionality and value of a house you already own, major home renovations can be a frustrati...

Wonder Why Air Conditioner Capacity Is Measured i...

Before modern air conditioning, there was an ice industry. Ice harvested from frozen river and lakes became the main component of early refrigeration for food and air conditioning. Modern m...

Portable Air Conditioner Reviews: What Customers ...

If you’re in the market for an alternative cooling solution, you may find yourself reading a multitude of portable air conditioner reviews. As you’ve probably seen, these tend to range from...

Avoid Expensive Furnace Repair Bills With One Sim...

Did you know that the Southern United States has the highest concentration of homes with air conditioning, with an estimated 85%? The Midwest and Northeast follow, with 76% and 44% respecti...

Ice in Your Summer Drink is Good — Ice on Your A/...

It is never a good thing when ice forms on the outside of your air conditioning unit. Ice on your A/C can be caused by various problems and it is important to try and find the fault as quic...

Pros and Cons of Common Heating Systems

When choosing a new heating system, consider the cost and energy efficiency of the system, as well as the price and availability of energy sources like natural gas, electricity and wood pel...

How to Choose a New Furnace

New furnaces are up to 40 percent more energy-efficient than 20-year-old furnaces. That translates to less environmental impact and lower energy bills. An efficient furnace can pay for itse...

Roof Ridge Vents

You need to ventilate your attic to release summer heat and prevent winter moisture and ice buildup. Roof ridge vents run along the top of the roof and create a continuous air gap. Combined...

Recycled Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is an environmental double whammy -- a recycled energy saver. It uses recycled newspaper fibers to make a foam-like material that can cut energy usage and costs. The fo...

Balancing Humidity in Your San Antonio Home: It I...

Achieving balanced humidity can greatly increase the comfort level and air quality in your home. Too much humidity, and an environment becomes conducive to mold growth and moisture damage. ...

Signs an A/C Replacement Is in Your Future

It’s a time that all homeowners dread: when your air conditioner starts acting up and you begin to realize you are due for an A/C replacement. No matter how you dread it, however, it doesn’...

The Thermal Expansion Valve: How It Can Boost Com...

Most people strive to work smarter, not harder. The same goal applies to air conditioners. An air conditioner that works smarter doesn’t work as hard as other cooling systems and saves you ...

Soy Foam Insulation

Is there anything soy can't do? The bean is turned into soap, ink, plastics, and food. For construction, soy is available in roof coatings, adhesives, carpet backing, and insulation. The mo...

Refrigerant Charge and Your A/C — What Your Unit ...

Your air conditioner’s “refrigerant charge” refers to the amount of refrigerant in the system. To perform efficiently throughout the hot San Antonio summers, your system must have the corre...

Radon Mitigation

Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that is found everywhere and can build to dangerously high levels in your home. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates radon inhal...

Hush Now — Your Air Conditioner Compressor Is Try...

You know that the compressor is an important part of your air conditioning system. Usually it hums all the way through summer. But sometimes a compressor can make another noise–one that you...

Common Air Conditioner Problems Can Be Costly: St...

Cooling season is close at hand in San Antonio, and that means your air conditioner will soon be humming 24/7 to keep you comfortable in the South Texas heat. Preventing common air conditio...

Pellet Stoves

Pet owners know compressed paper pellets make good cat litter, and alfalfa pellets are good rabbit food. Either could also be considered biomass, and used for home heating....

A/C Shopping? 4 Basic Types of Whole-Home Systems...

Whole-home air conditioners come in four styles, but they all use the same process of evaporation and compression to cool your home. Here’s a quick overview of the four types of whole-home ...

Concrete Floors and Radiant Heat

Radiant heat is among the most comfortable and efficient heating options, particularly with concrete floors. Water pipes or electric coils (or, in rare cases, air tubes) radiate heat direct...

Running the A/C in Hot San Antonio: How to Do It ...

The arrival of warmer weather is a reminder that home cooling costs are about to go through the roof. With air conditioners humming away all over the San Antonio area, it’s no surprise that...