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Damien McCusker, Manager of Arpi's residential service division, has been working in the HVAC industry for 16 years and has hands-on experience in new home installations, furnace and air conditioner replacements, sales and residential service. He spends most of his spare time being an UBER driver, driving his kids to soccer practice and games.

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Updated A/C Features You'll Want for Your ReplacementIf you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system this summer, you’ll probably encounter terminology and A/C features with which you may be unfamiliar. A/C technology has improved over the last few years that improve efficiency and comfort.

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Why Your A/C Should Be Included on Your Vacation ChecklistPreparing for a vacation can be a lot of work, and one thing you shouldn't neglect before you go is your A/C. Leaving the air conditioner on when you leave has a number of benefits, from your home's security to its interior environment.

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Give Your A/C a Break With These Home Cooling RecommendationsReducing the amount of home cooling you need saves energy, lowers your electric bills and increases the life of your air conditioner. The first approach is to reduce heat gain indoors and the second is to keep your cooling equipment operating efficiently. These tips may help you shave your air conditioning costs this summer:

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Your A/C's Higher SEER Won't Do You Much Good if It's Not Reaching ItChoosing an air conditioner with a high energy efficiency rating is the first step in lowering your electric bill during hot weather, but an A / C & #8217;s higher SEER depends on more factors than just the equipment.

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Selecting a New A/C? Don’t Forget to Calculate Lifetime CostsIf you’re in the process of selecting a new A/C, make sure to prioritize lifetime costs, rather than “first costs” so your investment pays off in the long run.

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Air Conditioning 101: SEER and EERAre you familiar with SEER and EER and how they can help guide you in your choice of central air conditioning for your home? They’re efficiency ratings that will tell you how energy efficient a particular air conditioner is.

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Two HVAC Sizing Methods Your Contractor Should EmployMost people don’t realize that HVAC sizing methods have a big impact on the energy efficiency and longevity of furnaces, air conditioners and heat pumps. Both the size of the equipment and the ductwork need careful evaluation before you decide on the system for your home.

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Is Your Home Better Suited for Room or Central Air Conditioning?If you have just moved into a new home, you may be wondering about your options for air conditioning. If your house has neither a room A/C unit nor central air, you have an opportunity to make an informed decision, based on the amount of money you want to spend as well as the level of comfort you desire.

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Dirty A/C Coils Are a Big Problem: Learn What to DoDirty A/C coils will cause up to a 30 percent decrease in the effectiveness of your home’s air conditioning unit. This lowered efficiency will end up costing you more money in cooling costs and can contribute to the failure of your air conditioner.

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