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How to Clean AC Evaporator Coils?

An evaporator coil is one of the key components of your AC system. Its job is to turn the refrigerant (such as Freon) into a gas. In the process, it absorbs heat so cold air can be produced. As part of routine AC maintenance, your AC evaporator coils should be cleaned. If you aren’t comfortable cleaning the evaporator coil as a DIY project, you should call a HVAC professional to do it.

Read more: http://www.anchorair.net/clean-ac-evaporator-coils/

#hvac   #cleaning   #cleaningtips   #acrepair
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How Often Should You Have Your #HVAC System Serviced?

You’ve probably heard that you need to have your heating and cooling system (HVAC) serviced regularly. But how often do you need to have a HVAC tune-up and what maintenance is really necessary? We will answer these questions here: http://www.anchorair.net/often-hvac-system-serviced/

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How to Cheaply and Easily Seal #HVAC Air Duct Leaks?

If your HVAC system is more than a few years old, there is a very good chance that it has some leaks. In fact, the EPA says that most homes are losing 25-30% of their heated and cooled air through HVAC duct leaks! Considering that heating and cooling account for 48% of all energy use in the United States, this is a huge amount of energy which is being wasted. Here is an overview of how you can cheaply and easily seal your HVAC air ducts to save energy and money. Read here: http://www.anchorair.net/cheaply-easily-seal-hvac-air-duct-leaks/
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How to Find #HVAC Air Duct Leaks?

Leaks in air handlers can often be felt or heard, for example. However, finding leaks in HVAC ducts is a bit trickier. These ducts are often hidden inside walls or in attics, and they may be covered with insulation. You will have to peel back the insulation to find the leaks. Here are some of the ways to find air duct leaks. Read here: http://www.anchorair.net/find-hvac-air-duct-leaks/
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5 ways to Improve Your Indoor #AirQuality ?

Most of us know about the dangers of air pollution from car exhaust and other outdoor pollutants. However, few realize just how dangerous our indoor air can be. According to the EPA, the air inside our homes is 2 to 5 times more toxic than the outdoor air. Considering that we spend about 90% of our time indoors, this is something which we should really be worried about. http://www.anchorair.net/ways-improve-indoor-air-quality
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Why You Shouldn’t Use a HEPA Filter on Your HVAC System?

Today, people are ever more aware of the importance of indoor air quality (IAQ) to their health. In attempt to get pollen, mold, dust, and other particulates out of the air, there has been an upsurge in the popularity of HEPA filters for HVAC systems. True HEPA AC filters boast that they can remove at least 97% of particulates larger than 0.3 microns (which is pretty tiny).

Sounds good right? Wrong. In virtually all cases, it is a very bad idea to use a HEPA filter on your residential HVAC unit. http://www.anchorair.net/shouldnt-use-hepa-filter-hvac-system/
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Types of AC Filters

You've heard that you should regularly clean or change your #AC #filter to keep the air in your home clean and improve the efficiency of your AC system. So, you go to the hardware store to pick out a new AC filter only to be shocked at how many options there are. What are all these types of AC filters and which is best for your AC system? http://www.anchorair.net/types-ac-filters/
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