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How much of an impact can you have on HVAC service in your home or office? Truth be told, quite a bit. But besides knowing when your heating and air conditioning is out of whack, it’s not a bad idea to understand a bit about how your HVAC system works.

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What better way to do this than by checking out the Petrocelli Services blog! Whether you’re on our website because you need a tech or because you’re interested in HVAC system upgrades, you’re only a click away from getting some pretty useful info about residential and commercial heating and cooling.

We have archives going back over five years, with posts covering all manner of topics including air quality, energy efficiency, HVAC service, portable air conditioning, and ventilation. It’s part of our mission to keep our customers as informed as possible.

Petrocelli Services has dedicated itself to providing quality HVAC service to commercial and residential customers since 1990. This includes educating our customers about what we do and how they can play an active role in the process. So, check out our blog and learn a thing or two. Remember — the health and well-being of your HVAC system starts with you, and Petrocelli Services wants to help a little along the way.

Severe Weather Can Lead To Costly AC Repairs – This May Help Eliminate The Need

Because your air conditioning unit is electrically operated, any potential electricity surge could result in considerable damage. As a consequence, during a thunderstorm, it is wise to disconnect your AC unit, first by raising the…

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Is Your Bathroom Ventilation Fan The Right Size?

Your bathroom has the potential to be the most humid room in your house, and with humidity comes a whole raft of associated problems, from warped wood to broken drywall, mold and condensation. As a…

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Decisions, Decisions. Minisplits, Multisplits, Or VRF

There are perhaps more decisions to make than you may have at first imagined when it comes to choosing the most appropriate air conditioning system, either for your home or office. While the cost of…

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Do You Ever Wonder If Indoor Air Quality Can Affect Your Family’s Health?

You may have seen the initials IAQ before and chosen to ignore them, or you may know about indoor air quality (IAQ) and thought that you need have no concerns as you have air conditioning…

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Helpful Pointers If You’re Going To Buy A Dehumidifier

If you are thinking of buying a dehumidifier, then there are only four principal aspects you need to take into consideration before making your final decision. The first question you should ask yourself is "What…

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Finding Your Best HVAC Company

HVAC is an important investment in your home. Not only does it help to increase its value, but it also helps improve your own quality of life. Get it right and you can have a…

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4 Effective Ways to Eliminate Mold in Your Home in Summer

Warm temperature, humidity and stagnant air are the perfect combination for mold to thrive and grow. Not only does it look bad, but mold is also bad for your health. Getting it professionally removed can…

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4 Effective Ways to Prevent Allergies in Your Home

Pollen is the bane of many people’s ability to enjoy life when spring and summer arrive. For many of you, the sanctuary of a pollen-free environment is essential, and that, most often, is your home.…

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Is Your Circuit Breaker Tripping Too Often? It Could Be Your HVAC Unit….

If your electricity circuit breaker trips, it can be a little frustrating trying to discover what the cause is. The temptation is to simply reset it, but remember, the circuit breaker is there to protect…

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Are You Aware Of R-22 HVAC Refrigerant Phase Out?

R-22 refrigerant was identified 25 years ago as containing chemicals (chlorine) which were responsible for depleting the ozone layer. As a consequence, all new refrigeration-type units manufactured from 2010 onwards could not use R-22 refrigerants.…

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