Stained And Heated Concrete Flooring

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Stained concrete is excellent for residential floors. This flooring material strikes a delicate balance between aesthetics and functionality. So high is the aesthetic appeal of stained concrete that carpeting the floor is un-necessary since the carpet will hide the beauty of the floor underneath. There’s only one problem. Concrete floors are known to be notoriously cold and a carpet over the floor will help to warm your feet. Because carpeting isn’t a viable option, installing a radiant in-floor heating system is perhaps the next best alternative for a warm stained concrete floor.…

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Things to Consider During Industrial Air Conditioning Installation

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Considering the increase in energy costs, companies are finding means to cut on the utility bills. For many businesses, industrial air conditioning is the largest electricity consumer. However, it is possible to save a lot of energy if you choose the right air conditioning equipment. If technical managers can consider the following tips when selecting HVAC contractors, then they can save a lot of energy. The Current Cost of your Air Conditioning System…

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3 Signs Your AC Unit Is Low On Refrigerant

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Your air conditioning unit is designed to cool your home continually to your desired temperatures. For these units to able to do that, they rely on a coolant or refrigerant. Usually, these refrigerants should last the entire service life of your air conditioning unit. However, wear and tear and things such as accidental damages may cause leaks to develop in your AC system. If too much of the refrigerant leaks, your AC won’t function properly.…

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