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Purifying Indoor Air Quality with UV Lights
Purifying Indoor Air Quality with UV Lights

The lights are placed within the ductwork or air handler of HVAC systems where nearly all the air in your home passes over it. UV light is hazardous to eyesight and they’re out of sight inside the HVAC equipment. How UV Systems Compare Compared to other kinds of air ...

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    Surge protectors commonly protect valuable electronics like computers and home entertainment systems, but have you thought about your central A/C? ...

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  • What's Affecting Your Energy Bills?

    Some, but not all, of the hardworking appliances inside your home raise energy bills as they start to wear out. If you are concerned with keeping your ...

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  • 3 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your HVAC System

    While Portland might not have the most challenging climate, you can still run up high heating and cooling bills if you don’t plan ahead. With a few ...

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  • Furnace - Replace or Repair: How to decide

    Often times people ask whether they should repair their old furnace or just replace it. To help determine what is best for your home, ask yourself the ...

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    If you’re looking for ways to lower your household operating costs, curbing your energy consumption is a good place to start. Before you implement any ...

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  • Benefits of Working for a Multi-Trade Business for Skilled Trade Professionals

    A career in the HVAC industry gives you an opportunity to work in a multi-trade business where electricians, plumbers, sheet metal workers and heating ...

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    When you pet-proof your house, the plumbing is easy to overlook because most of it is hidden away where you’d think it would be safe. Pets and ...

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  • Combating Allergies by Improving Indoor Air Quality

    Houses today are well built and better insulated. While this is good for energy savings, having a tight home also means millions of airborne particles ...

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