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Absorption Refrigeration: How It Works

When most people think of the way that refrigerators work, they picture compressors and cold air. That’s why it’s so hard for many people to understand the concept of absorption refrigeration. It’s easy to see where their questions come from and why it can be a bit tricky to wrap your mind around. After all,

central heating boilers

Your Guide to Central Heating Boilers

Heating your home by a boiler is a venerable method of central heating but there are a few options to consider when selecting a boiler for your home. Your available space If hot water is to be made via the boiler or if you have a separate system Funds Home heating boiler options The boiler

AC Coil Maintenance

AC Coil Maintenance

Dirty Coil? If it’s been a while since you had your AC coil cleaned or serviced then chances are you are going to need to have it cleaned. As a by-product of normal operation the evaporator coil on your HVAC system is going to collect dust. If you’ve ever noticed how a cold glass will

Anderson Air -- Mold -- 03-17-16

Stop Mold Growth in Your Business HVAC System

Due to condensation, HVAC systems can be prime locations for mold growth, and these systems can distribute mold throughout the building. Visible mold always signals a potential problem in terms of health-related complications and damage to building structures. Stopping mold growth is imperative for sustaining good indoor air quality (IAQ). HVAC Maintenance for Mold Prevention

Anderson Air -- Energy Efficiency -- 03-17-16

Energy Efficiency Tips for Your Business

Many factors go into running a successful business and making each dollar count. Yet when it comes to the energy that your company consumes, chances are that a lot is being wasted without your knowledge. The good news is that simple ideas can transform into significant savings for your business. Not only will your wallet

Anderson Air Corps -- Air Conditioning Size -- 02-16-16

What Size Air Conditioner Do I need for My Home?

Getting a new air conditioning is a big expense and a big choice. How do you know which unit is right for your home? To make sure your indoor space is comfortable, that it is cooled efficiently, and that you won’t be paying too much on your energy bills, picking the right size for your

Anderson Air Corps -- Commercial Heat Pump -- 02-16-16

Commercial Heat Pump Troubleshooting Tips

A heat pump style of HVAC system is an efficient way to heat and cool a space. Instead of generating heat or cooling air, it pumps heat either inside or out to warm or cool the inside of a building. While a heat pump may be more efficient than a traditional system, it may also

The Benefits of Controlling Indoor Air Quality

Monitoring and controlling your indoor air quality (IAQ) offers a number of benefits. In addition to safe-guarding the health of a building’s residents, controlling IAQ can improve productivity and even help your HVAC system to work at maximum efficiency. These days, people spend an estimated 90 percent of their time indoors and breathing indoor air.

Anderson -- Commercial Installation -- 02-18-16

Business Owners’ Guide to Commercial HVAC Installation Costs

When it’s time to purchase a new HVAC system, it is wise to get a quote from at least three different companies. Be that as it may, understanding the nuts and bolts of each quote can be difficult. Companies will place different services under different sections, which makes it hard to make simple comparisons. Once

Heating Problems

Winter Heating Problems to Look Out For

During the winter months, our technicians at Anderson Air Corps commonly receive repair calls for certain furnace heating issues. A furnace is used in homes around the world to provide the much-needed heat source as the temperature begin to plummet in the winter months. There are common issues that can take place within a furnace