What is Super Cooling?

July 14, 2020

If you are tired of those high energy bills, there are a few things that you can do to lower them. Many homeowners are looking for ways to reduce their summer bills. However, you still need air conditioning during those hot summer months. There is one way to save money, and it is called supercooling. This concept has been around for a long time, but many people do not know about it. They often rely on the “set it and forget it” method for their air conditioner. With supercooling, you have a new way to reduce your cooling costs and

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The Best Way to Cool Older Homes

June 5, 2020

It’s important to maintain a consistent temperature in your home. Hopefully, it won’t be too hot or too cold. However, older homes can be particularly tricky when it comes to air conditioning. You may feel powerless in the middle of the day when the temperature starts rising and you can’t do anything to stop it. Fortunately, there are always ways to keep your home cool. Even if the property is old, there are a few simple tips and tricks that can get the job done. Let’s take a look at the seven best ways to cool older homes.

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How to Help Your HVAC System by Improving Indoor Air Quality

April 13, 2020

At some point, you have probably considered how to improve your indoor air quality. Whether you were trying to remove pungent smells or considering purchasing an air purifier, the thought has likely crossed your mind. What you probably did not know was the effect that decision could have on your heating and cooling system. Yes, the quality of your air can change how your furnace and air conditioner perform. This means that improving your air quality will help your HVAC system last longer and run more efficiently, saving you money on both maintenance and operation.

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The Benefits of Purifying the Air in Your House

March 20, 2020

While essentials like food and water are vital to living a healthy life, you can go far longer without either of these than you can go without air. Air is the most crucial component of life, meaning that healthy air is the most important aspect of a healthy life. It makes sense, then, that you should work to make the air in your home as healthy and pure as possible. Overlooking this important process could put you and your family at risk for a variety of serious health conditions. To fully show all that purifying your

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How Often Should I Change My Furnace Filter?

February 20, 2020

Many home and business owners don’t give their furnace a second thought as long as it’s doing its job. This is a mistake because furnaces, at the very least, need their air filters changed on a recurring basis. Otherwise, they’ll impede airflow, reduce energy efficiency, and let all sorts of pollutants circulate and re-circulate through the property. Filter replacement is a basic maintenance task. You could leave it up to the professionals at Liberty Comfort Systems to handle it here in Anoka, MN, or you could consider it a DIY project. Either way, it’s a good idea to know

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5 Benefits of Preventative Maintenance

February 10, 2020

Do you consider preventative maintenance on your home’s furnace as an unnecessary expense? You are not alone. But here is the thing: you would not drive your car for over a year without changing its oil and having its brakes checked, right? You do that to protect your car’s engine and to make sure it is safe to drive. Having your furnace serviced each year helps ensure that it is ready to face our cold Minnesota winters and in a safe way, too. Preventative maintenance can also provide you with the following five benefits.

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Dealing with Heat Exchangers through Furnace Repair in Ramsey, MN

May 28, 2019

Heat exchangers are one of the more critical parts to deal with in heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system’s furnace. Home inspector Reuben Saltzman explains why in his article for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune: It’s an industry standard: if a furnace has a cracked heat exchanger, it usually gets replaced. The American Gas Association has even put this in writing – they say “Any visible crack or hole is the reason for requiring replacement of the heat exchanger or furnace.” So what’s the big deal with cracks or holes? Though not a

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Your Furnace Contractor for Blaine, MN, and the Twin Cities Area

May 24, 2019

Liberty Comfort Systems is the furnace contractor that business owners in Andover, MN, and Blaine, MN, call when they need furnace service, diagnostics, repair, or replacement. We Help You Make Informed Heating and Furnace Decisions If you have questions about your furnace, heating costs, or how to heat your home efficiently, reach out to us by calling (763) 400-4432. Our professionals are happy to answer your questions so that you can make informed decisions about how to handle furnace issues. We Help Create Comfortable Environments A modern furnace helps

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Professional AC Repair in Ramsey, MN: Dealing with Iffy Thermostats

December 20, 2018

Be grateful whenever the thermostat displays the correct readings for your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. Still, there may be days when the data fluctuates such that imperceptible changes in the temperature may herald the start of bigger problems. Robert Korpella of SFGate.com reminds property owners to carry out the necessary fixes right away. It will never do to face extreme temperatures unprepared, especially in a northern state like Minnesota. Nerves might be flayed when the thermostat readout states normal, when in reality, the temperature is several degrees hotter or colder. As such, you need

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Champlin, MN Air Conditioning Repair: Spot Problems with DIY Check-ups

September 18, 2018

Spring is the time of year when people inspect their homes for maintenance purposes, including vital fixtures like air conditioners. Keeping one’s air conditioning in tip-top shape is essential to avoid major damages that may require costly repairs. It would also be good to have some troubleshooting know-how so that small problems detected during a routine spring inspection could be immediately addressed. An article in The Family Handyman details do-it-yourself aircon cleaning steps that homeowners can follow. According to the article, both the indoor and outdoor components should be checked, starting with the latter. The condenser coils

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