Archive for May 2018

Why Is My Furnace Tripping The Breaker?

So you just had to reset the circuit breaker for your furnace. And now you’re wondering what caused this to happen. Will it keep happening? And what you can do to keep it from happening again? Here’s the key: If resetting the breaker worked and it hasn’t tripped again, you’re probably fine. It might have…

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Spring Maintenance Checklist

Maintenance Checklist Maintain your equipment to prevent future problems and unwanted costs. Keep your cooling and heating system at peak performance by having a contractor do annual pre-season check-ups. Contractors get busy once summer and winter come, so it’s best to check the cooling system in the spring and the heating system in the fall.…

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HVAC Manufacturers Promote Residential Ductless Training

HVAC Styron Chesapeake VA

Ductless technology, much like any other piece of HVAC equipment, requires proper training and education for contractors and technicians alike. “Training is the key to any equipment being installed properly,” said Mark Harte, technical training manager, Daikin North America LLC. “With all the new technology out in the field, being properly trained to not only…

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Mini-Split Vs. Traditional Central A/C | R. A. Styron | VA Beach, VA

Ductless mini-split systems are becoming more and more popular amongst homeowners, but are they right for your needs? While they are a legitimate option over traditional whole-home or building air conditioning in certain circumstances, you should keep in mind that ductless systems are intended for spot heating or cooling. Installation and operation costs are not…

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