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Clean Your Air Ducts to Remove Air Contaminants

Under laboratory conditions, the composition of our atmosphere is 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% other gases. Out here in the real world, you could be breathing in a lot more “other” than that, however. Indoor air hosts plenty of contaminants, and your ductwork is often a prime culprit. Even though it’s important to change…

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How Is an Air Handler Different From a Furnace?

When you start talking with people about your heating and air conditioning system, there are often a lot of confusing terms. Among these is the term “air handler.” What is this and, more importantly, do you need one? To understand this question and the answer, it is helpful to know the basics of how your…

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How To Change a Furnace Filter

When the weather turns colder in Reno, the first thing you’ll want to do is reach for the thermostat to crank up your furnace and warm your home. If you have a dirty furnace filter, though, you may be putting more stress and strain on your furnace than is necessary. This can lead to higher…

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Should My Furnace Fan Continuously Run

As the days get colder, you may notice that your furnace is running a lot more often. Many people in this situation wonder whether they should leave the fan on all the time or only have it run when the furnace itself is in operation. This guide will explain how furnace fans work, so you…

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