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Reduce Your Hot Water Heater's Energy Usage
  • Aug 08, 2019
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Heating the water in your home accounts for approximately 18 percent of your home's energy usage, according to the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy. While you won't eliminate that percent entirely, unless you go without hot water, there are ways to reduce how much energy your water heater…

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Frozen AC Evaporator Coil | Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Jul 07, 2019
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[caption id="attachment_1373" align="alignleft" width="554"] Focused handyman fixing air conditioning in a new house[/caption] Why Your Air Conditioner's Evaporator Coil Is Freezing Your home's central air conditioner is designed to produce cold air to help make your home feel more comfortable during the hot summer months. Unfortunately, you may think that…

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Costly HVAC Misunderstandings | Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Jun 06, 2019
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Top Heating and Cooling Misunderstandings That Harm Your Wallet Sometimes, AC misunderstandings harm your wallet when they result in the need for AC repairs. Other times, these misunderstandings simply make your unit work harder and thus consume more energy, which increases your electricity bill. Here are some common heating and…

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Turn On Your AC Early This Year | Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning
  • May 05, 2019
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  2 Reasons to Turn On Your AC Unit Early This Year   Since running your air conditioning unit can use extra energy, many homeowners wait until they can't stand the heat any longer to switch on their AC unit. Unfortunately, this practice can cause a long list of problems,…

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It's Time To Get Your Air Conditioner Tuned Up!
  • May 05, 2019
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Spring time has arrived and Summer is just around the corner. Make sure to get your Air Conditioner serviced and ready to go for the season! Our comprehensive AC tune up includes the following services: Clean outdoor unit cooling coils. Check electrical connections at outdoor unit and tighten as needed. Check Freon…

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Weather Can Affect Your AC Unit | Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Apr 04, 2019
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Unexpected Ways Weather Can Affect Your AC Unit When you think of weather damage to your AC unit, you probably think of a heat wave causing the capacitor to burn out or the condenser coil to freeze up. Or in the winter, you might think of icicles falling into the…

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Oversized AC Problems | Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Mar 03, 2019
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Problems You May Suffer Due To An Oversized AC The size of an air conditioner (AC) affects various aspects of the system's operations. These operations suffer when an AC is too big for the house you want the system to cool. Below are some of the problems to expect when…

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  • Feb 02, 2019
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Tiny homes and small homes are quickly growing in popularity across the nation. Many people choose tiny homes for their energy efficiency, much of which contributes to the home's heating and cooling. When considering heating and cooling, keep in mind that these homes are different than standard sized homes. The…

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  • Jan 01, 2019
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Since forced air heating and cooling systems rely on air circulation to properly heat and cool your home, issues with balance can compromise the comfort of your home. However, by making a few simple changes, you can eliminate hot and cold spots, keeping your house comfortable. Here are two ways…

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Understanding and Dealing With Common Furnace Odors
  • Nov 11, 2018
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Effective and efficient heating may not be a concern of yours during the warmer seasons. However, once temperatures start to drop in the beginning of fall, you will turn your furnace on to start heating. Certain sounds and odors are completely normal when you first start heating your home. You…

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