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    How to Tell If Your Flame Sensor Is Bad?

    If you’re here, you’ve likely asked yourself “How do I know if my furnace flame sensor is bad?” It’s a key thing to figure out if you want your furnace to operate adequately and efficiently. There are several key signs that your furnace’s flame sensor is not working right, particularly…

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    Whole House Dehumidifier Installation Tips and Costs

    Whole house dehumidifiers are amazing machines with lots of different benefits. One of their main disadvantages, however, is that installing them can sometimes be costly and time-consuming. What makes the whole process “costly” isn’t so much the price of the dehumidifier, however. Whole house units are more expensive than the…

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    What You Need to Know About Whole House Dehumidifiers

    Dehumidifiers are one of those amazing devices that sort of emblematize the whole 21st century – they are great at solving a problem that a while ago people didn’t even know existed. That’s not a notch on dehumidifiers, however, to the contrary. Dehumidifiers perfectly showcase just how far we’ve gotten…

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    The Most Common Tower Fan Issues

    Tower fans are awesome devices for the upcoming hot summer days but they’re not infallible. Like any other piece of electronics, they too can malfunction and exhibit certain problems. Below we’ll list the most common tower fan issues you may experience and what they usually mean. Tower fan overheating Newer…

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    Tower Fan vs Pedestal Fan

    When choosing whether you should get a tower fan or pedestal fan for your home or office, there are a few key factors to consider. We’ll go over the main pros and cons here, and try to arrive to a sound conclusion. Pedestal fans – description, pros and cons Often…

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    Why Is My Room So Hot?

    Have you ever wondered “Why is my room so hot?” It’s a surprisingly common problem – even if you have a new, high-quality HVAC system, often there’s still that one room that’s unnaturally warmer than the rest. So, why is one room in my house so hot? Here are five…

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    How Does a Fan Work?

    All fans work on the same basic principle – by moving the air near them via rotating blades and creating a cool breeze. Or, more specifically, while the air doesn’t really become cooler, it has a cooling effect as it allows our bodies’ heat and sweat to evaporate more quickly…

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    When Were Fans Invented?

    There are lots of different types of fans today but people still often underestimate how important that invention has been for our civilization. More than just a means to cool us down in the summer, electric fans are what keeps planes in the air by forcing air into the low…

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    Basics of Cooling Blankets

    Cooling blankets can sound like an oxymoron at first – blankets are supposed to keep you warm, if you want to be cool you simply don’t use a blanket right? Is there a blanket that keeps you cool, however? Cooling blankets have been around for almost 40 years and as…

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    Basement Humidity and Dehumidifying It: What You Need to Know

    Knowing how to dehumidify a basement is key if you want to keep the air quality there in a certain range. Basements are naturally prone to high humidity levels which many people feel ok with because they rarely use them. Even if you don’t use your basement too much, however,…

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