Posts tagged Old Air Conditioners
Common Home HVAC terms for homeowners to be familiar with: Prep for Bids & Estimates

When working with heating and air conditioning technicians, sales people and repair services you could hear terms you may not be familiar with. I’ve put together a short list of air conditioning terms you should know before making decisions on what to do when your unit’s  not working properly. This is not a complete list or does it consider all types of heating and air conditioning systems. I work out of College Station, Texas and these systems relate more to our geographical area.

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The Phase-Out of R-22 Refrigerant: Is it Time to Replace Your Home Air Conditioning System?

The facts and details system owners need to know about the R-22 refrigerant phase-out:

If you have an older HVAC or refrigeration system, then you need to learn about the regulatory changes that are happening which will impact the use of R-22 refrigerant, also known as Freon. New laws will make it illegal to import or manufacture R-22 refrigerant in the United States, and these changes go into effect in January 2020.

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Reme Halo to the rescue of allergies in the Greater Houston Area Years after Harvey

“One of the of the worst allergens is mold which lives and thrives in damp, dark and drafty areas. Hurricane Harvey has provided perfect conditions for mold to flourish by soaking everything, from places between walls, crawlspaces and dark, drafty places in homes and buildings. Mold, when present in homes and office buildings releases spores”

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