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  • Your Air-Source Heat Pump and Its 3 Cycles
    Your Air-Source Heat Pump and Its 3 Cycles

    Whether you are considering purchasing a new heat pump, or have recently installed one in you San Diego area home, knowing about air-source heat pump cycles is important to understanding the energy ...

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  • NATE’s Revised Exams: Keeping Your HVAC Tech on Top of His Game
    NATE’s Revised Exams: Keeping Your HVAC Tech on Top of His Game

    NATE is the acronym for North American Technician Excellence, the largest industry-endorsed organization to specialize in certifying heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration ...

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  • Shutting Rooms to Save Energy: Good Idea or Bad Idea?
    Shutting Rooms to Save Energy: Good Idea or Bad Idea?

    If you’re considering strategies to save energy in your San Diego area home, here’s one to avoid. Shutting rooms to save energy has been shown to be ineffective in modern homes. Newer HVAC systems are ...

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  • Your Airtight California Home: A Beginner’s Guide to Caulk
    Your Airtight California Home: A Beginner’s Guide to Caulk

    Sealing your home against the outdoors is both an energy-efficient way to save money on your energy bill and a way to improve comfort in your home. A basic guide to caulk will allow you to understand ...

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  • That Houseplant: It’s a High-Efficiency Air Cleaner, Believe It or Not
    That Houseplant: It’s a High-Efficiency Air Cleaner, Believe It or Not

    Filling your home with indoor plants has been a popular stylistic and aesthetic choice for many years, especially here in Southern California. Besides brightening the home, houseplants can improve the ...

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  • Your Furnace Replacement: All About the ECM
    Your Furnace Replacement: All About the ECM

    A furnace ECM (electronically commutated motor) runs longer and performs better, yet consumes up to 75 percent less energy than a standard permanent split capacitor (PSC) motor. An ECM is a brushless ...

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