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How Energy Efficient Are Heat Pumps?

Energy Efficiency

If you live in an area with mild winters, a heat pump could be the best option for regulating indoor temperatures. Heat pumps are increasingly becoming an energy-efficient alternative to central heating systems. They operate on a different principle, and they are often more efficient, saving energy and utility bills. Here are some facts about…

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What Are The Different Types of Furnaces?

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As energy efficiency becomes a priority to save money and protect the environment, homeowners in Los Angeles are looking for ways to update their heating and cooling system. At JW Plumbing, Heating, and Air, Inc., we offer high-quality furnaces that fit every budget and household size. Fuel Options for Your New Furnace Modern furnaces operate…

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What Do UV Lights Do For HVAC Systems?

Since their invention, ultraviolet rays have been widely adapted for multiple uses, even in HVAC systems. The beams are beneficial in maintaining good indoor air quality. There are two types of UV rays that work along with an HVAC unit. The coil-sanitizing lights are the most common, installed directly on the air conditioning coils and…

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How Do Loose Air Ducts Affect Your HVAC System

Air ducts play an essential role in the operation of your HVAC system. When something goes wrong with your ducts, you can feel the consequences and sometimes hear them throughout your home. Over time, your ducts can loosen and separate, giving room for conditioned air to escape. Many things can use your air ducts to…

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The Unique Needs of Ductless HVAC Systems

A ductless HVAC system can be a great way to get comfortable temperatures without having to do messy ductwork installations throughout a building. They let you adjust temperatures on a room-by-room basis, and they can be more efficient than central HVAC systems. However, there are some things you need to keep in mind before getting…

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A Beginner’s Guide to HVAC

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, which are the three core components of home comfort, form the acronym of HVAC. The HVAC world includes a group of technologies that many of us take for granted until we purchase our own homes. At that point, we’re not only responsible for the monthly utility bill but regular maintenance,…

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Recommended Thermostat Settings for your Home

When the temperature changes due to the seasons and weather in Los Angeles, CA, you can, of course, set the thermostat to any setting you prefer. However, if you are interested in saving money on your energy consumption in the long run, there are recommended settings you can consider. These are designed to provide indoor…

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How to Go Green With Your HVAC Installation

If you’re looking for environmentally friendly heating and cooling options for your home, JW Plumbing, Heating and Air is here to help. With an HVAC installation, going green can have several meanings. Some people want to reduce their carbon footprints while others are just looking to save some money on energy bills. Whatever your goals,…

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How to Add Home Equity with HVAC Upgrades

Budgets only go so far. Homeowners must prioritize where they spend their money. If an older HVAC system works fine, why make any upgrades? Property owners may find there’s a surprising reason. Upgrading an HVAC could improve your net worth by increasing the home’s equity. If your house’s equity increases, so does its value. This…

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Tips for Cleaning Your HVAC System

Keeping your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system clean saves money, energy, and inconvenience. When equipment functions efficiently, it lasts longer. Keeping the unit in good working order can cut energy costs by as much as 30%. In contrast, poorly maintained systems can use up to 60% more energy. Maintenance also enhances indoor comfort. Experts…

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