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Negative Effects Poor Indoor Air Quality Can Have on Your Oregon Home
Negative Effects Poor Indoor Air Quality Can Have on Your Oregon Home

With so much focus on climate control and outdoor pollutants, sometimes it’s easy to forget about the quality of your indoor air. Truth be told, the negative effects of poor indoor air quality can be just as damaging to you as outdoor air. Respiratory Problems Individuals ...

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  • A Refrigerant Charge Could Be the Cure for a Warm A/C

    When your cooling system isn’t delivering the cold air it normally does, it could need a refrigerant charge. Not only won’t your equipment cool as ...

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  • What if the A/C Can't Keep Up With Canby's Humidity?

    Keeping up with summer heat is one thing, but keeping up with summer humidity is quite another. Read on to learn the relation between temperature and ...

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  • Cooling With Geothermal Heat Pump Is Efficient: Use Your Tax Credits

    Installing a qualifying geothermal heat pump (GHP) before the end of 2016 entitles you to a 30 percent tax credit. The federal government is offering ...

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  • Before Upgrading Your A/C, Understand These 3 Important Efficiency Ratings

    When you’re selecting a new cooling system, look carefully at its A/C efficiency ratings. The U.S. Department of Energy requires ratings on these ...

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  • Are You Hearing Any of These A/C Noises in Your Portland Home? What They May Mean

    When you are using the air conditioning system in your Portland home, it is quite normal to hear some noise, but if you hear excessive noise or if new ...

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  • Are You Hearing Any of These A/C Noises in Your Portland Home? What They May Mean

    When you are using the air conditioning system in your Portland home, it is quite normal to hear some noise, but if you hear excessive noise or if new ...

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  • What About the R-Values in Your Insulation?

    The R-values of your insulation indicate how long it resists heat transfer. The “R” stands for resistance and each number that follows it tells you ...

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  • Are These Cooling Myths Keeping You From Saving?

    Myths about money are everywhere, and when they are tied to your Portland home’s energy use, you may have fallen for them. Everyone wants to keep cool ...

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