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5 Chores to Do Today to Prepare for the Cold Months Ahead

As people in many regions of the U.S. prepare for the coldest months of the year, AC World is here to remind you of five simple chores you can do to get ready.1. Make sure your windows are insulated If you’ve bought new windows within the last five years or so then there’s a good chance they’re very [...]

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5 Ways to Keep Your Home Toasty Without Turning on the Heater

With the cost of utilities rising for many people in the United States, finding ways to keep heating costs to a minimum is very important. At AC-World we have a number of ductless heating and cooling systems that can use significantly less power than a traditional forced air heating system. Here are five more ways you can keep your [...]

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Do You Believe These Common Myths About Allergies?

If someone in your home has allergies then it’s important to understand what causes them and what can be done to prevent them. However, many people have false information or believe commonly held myths about allergies. At AC-World we’ve gathered three of the most common and given you access to the truth about these statements.Myth: If only one [...]

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Take a Closer Look at a Variable Speed HVAC System

Over the last few decades, more than 1.5 million energy-efficient homes have built. Creating an energy-efficient home requires the use of a number of different strategies, including air sealing, using more insulation, and take advantage of emerging technologies. Ductless air conditioning systems are not exactly a new concept, but they are becoming more and more popular in the U.S. in [...]

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Winter is the Perfect Time for Schools and Businesses to Update Their AC Units

Now that winter is swiftly coming upon us, whether we want it to or not, AC-World would like to recommend all of our customers, both residential and commercial, that now may be the right time for you to update your air conditioning unit. This is true for everyone, and the following points apply to most of our customers, but [...]

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Is Your HVAC System Ready for the Cool Months Ahead?

No matter where you live in the United States, it’s likely that cool months are coming for you. Whether you live in an area where that means highs in the 60s instead of the 90s, or you’re looking at temperatures getting well below zero, now is a great time to take a look at your HVAC system to ensure [...]

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5 Ways to Reduce Allergens in Your Home

If someone in your home has allergies then you know how important it is to reduce allergens but many homeowners assume that if no one has been diagnosed as having allergies, that the air quality in their home doesn’t matter. This simply isn’t true and AC-World is happy to provide some tips on how you can reduce allergens in [...]

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Not Upgrading Your HVAC System Could Cost You More in the Long Run

According to a recent survey, many homeowners and business owners who look into a HVAC system don’t end up upgrading for the same reason: Because it costs too much to do so. It’s true that a new air conditioning and / or heating system isn’t cheap but many people don’t realize that waiting to replace their system until it [...]

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What Do Consumers Really Want in an Air Conditioning System?

A recent survey of 1,500 homeowners in the United States asked them what they’re looking for when they’re buying heating and cooling systems. The survey also asked about their experiences with contractors and what might prevent them from upgrading to a new system if they have a system that’s older and not working as well. The results of the [...]

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Finishing Your Attic? Insulation and HVAC Options

Turning your attic into a useable space is a great way to boost the square footage of your home. However, attics come with unique concerns – one of which is ensuring it’s a comfortable temperature. In winter, attics are much colder than the rest of the house. In summer, they’re much warmer. The good news is that two factors [...]

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