DIY Tips From the Warner Service Blog

How To Effortlessly Avoid An Air Conditioner Overload

Posted by Warner Service on Jul 20, 2018 9:00:00 AM

The warm weather hits Maryland hard every year.

From 36 inches of snow to a month of rain to 80-degree summer temperatures. With the drastic change in weather, HVAC systems are taking a beating. From hot to cold and back again, units are likely to overload.

Before you blast the air conditioner, learn how to avoid an air conditioning overload.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Maintenance, Energy Savings, Appliances

Turn Off The A/C And Use These Tips To Cool Your Home

Posted by Warner Service on Jul 17, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Air conditioning is an expensive addition to your home, and we often forget that it’s a luxury until we get a high energy bill during the summer. To save money and still enjoy cool air in your home, turn off the A/C and use these no-cost tips.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Do-It-Yourself

15 Tricks To Keep Cool Without Air Conditioning

Posted by Warner Service on Jul 13, 2018 9:00:00 AM

When the temperature rises, the first thing you want to do is crank up the air conditioningTo save money on the next energy bill (or to tackle the heat au natural), check out Warner Service’s tricks to keep cool without the air conditioning.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Maintenance, Energy Savings, Do-It-Yourself

Why Your Air Conditioning Won't Start When You Need It Most

Posted by Warner Service on Jul 10, 2018 9:00:00 AM

A few legitimate reasons could explain why your home’s air conditioning isn’t working, but what’s happening when your unit just won’t start? Take a look at Warner Service’s quick answers.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Maintenance, Appliances, Do-It-Yourself

12 Shocking Air Conditioning Statistics (And 3 Money-Saving Tips)

Posted by Warner Service on Jul 6, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Few people get excited over air conditioning. Warner Service compiled some statistics that will make you question your energy-consuming habits. Check out our short list (and a few money-saving tips).

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Maintenance, Energy Savings, Ecofriendliness, Appliances

What Makes Trane Different (And A Warner Service Favorite)?

Posted by Warner Service on Apr 6, 2018 9:00:00 AM

According to the company’s history fact sheet, a “Trane air conditioning [unit] is installed every minute of every day.” Why is this?

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Heat, Appliances, Buying Recommendations

3 No-Cost Ways To Prepare Your HVAC For The Summer

Posted by Warner Service on Apr 3, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Remember that list of spring cleaning chores? Our technicians at Warner Service told you that now is a good time to deep-clean your home windows, turn off the fireplace, dust the light bulbs, store away winter bedding, and test the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

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Topics: Indoor Air, Air Conditioning, HVAC, Maintenance, Do-It-Yourself

How HVAC Is A New Opportunity For Architects

Posted by Warner Service on Mar 27, 2018 9:00:00 AM

A blog by LG Squared, Inc., a husband-and-wife team that created a residential architecture firm in Georgia, went viral for its honest look into the relationship between architects and interior designers and HVAC.

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Topics: Indoor Air, Air Conditioning, HVAC, Heat

3 Reasons Why Architects Should Care About HVAC

Posted by Warner Service on Mar 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Remember the days of bulky air conditioning units that are drilled through brick and stuck on the outside of residential buildings? With today’s technology, architects should see units as a necessary design challenge for every project. 

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Energy Savings, Ecofriendliness, Heat

Is Commercial HVAC Performance Important In Architecture?

Posted by Warner Service on Mar 2, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Heating and cooling isn’t the first keyword that comes to mind when people think about commercial architecture. Often overshadowed by design and layout, functionality isn’t the optimal consideration -- but it should be.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Energy Savings, Heat