Monthly Archives: January 2015

Keep Warm This Winter with These System Tips

Wake Forest NC residents want to be assured of excellent home temperature levels this winter. During the colder months, you may wonder which contractors you should hire to address these concerns. Research has shown that the average U.S. family spent anywhere between $700 on natural gas to $1,700 on oil systems between 2007 and 2012.…
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Heating with Gas

If you're building a custom home, or upgrading your existing system, you might be entertaining the thought of heating your home with gas. Questions like "What is a gas furnace?", or "How do they work?", are often asked. Choice HVAC, Wake Forest HVAC repair and service experts wanted to answer a few of the most…
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Tips for Being Energy Efficient

Thanks to a report from the U.S. Department of Energy, we know that the way you heat and cool your home will account for about 45% of your entire energy bill. These are averages for households across the U.S. and homes in Wake Forest, NC are no exception. As a matter of fact, from 2007…
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Flat Rates and Hourly Rates | Which Is Better?

Even though I'm a contractor for HVAC repair in Wake Forest NC, I am still just like any other customer. I like to know the prices of products or services before I buy them. This is one of the biggest reasons why contractors often use a flat rate pricing strategy instead of a straight hourly…
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EPA Phase Out Plan of R-22

If you are a contractor using readily available virgin hydrochlorofluorocarbon-22 from a local supplier, you might want to start developing a plan b for the dramatic decrease in supplies that begins this year and continues until 2020. The EPA allowed for 51 million pounds of HCFC-22 in 2014 and this number will be dramatically decreased…
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Defining Your HVAC System

There is a huge misconception out there leaving a lot of people confused about what an HVAC system actually is. Many times, you'll see HVAC equipment advertised as the whole system itself, when in actuality that cannot be further from the truth. In today's post we are going to define what components really go into making…
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