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2022

4 Problems That Can Affect Your Cool Room

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A cool room is a vital part of many businesses, especially those in the food and beverage industry. A cool room helps to keep perishable items fresh and prevents them from spoilage. However, cool rooms are not indestructible and can develop problems over time. This blog post will discuss four common cool room problems and how to fix them. 1. Warm air coming into the cool room This problem is typically caused by a door that is not sealing properly.…

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5 Ways Split Air Conditioning Saves Money

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Split air conditioning consists of an outdoor condenser and one or more indoor air handling units. Also called ductless aircon or mini-splits, these systems improve the comfort of your home, but they also help you save money on home energy bills. Here are five ways that split air conditioning saves energy.  1. Zoned cooling  Mini-splits let you split up your home into zones. Each zone has its own air handling unit.…

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Does Your Smelly Evaporative Cooler Need Professional Repairs?

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Evaporative coolers have many advantages over air conditioning systems. They are cheaper to purchase and run, more environmentally friendly, and because they are less mechanically complex than air conditioners, they are usually more reliable. Unfortunately, evaporative coolers can still suffer from problems from time to time, and an unpleasant smell coming from your cooler may be a sign of underlying issues.  Why Does Your Evaporative Cooler Smell Musty Or Fishy?…

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Multi Head Split Systems Vs Ducted Central Air: Which Is Greener?

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If your home needs an air conditioning system that can cool multiple rooms simultaneously, a multi-head split system may be just the ticket. These sophisticated cooling units consist of multiple indoor cooler units connected to a single outdoor condenser unit and can keep your entire home comfortably cool. Compared to conventional, ducted central air systems, multi-head split systems are cheaper and easier to install. They also take up much less space.…

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