Troubleshooting Your Thermostat

Troubleshooting Your Thermostat For a heating and cooling system that seems to be broken or one that consistently overworks – heating or cooling more than the temperature settings dictate – your thermostat may be the real cause of the problem. Before calling for HVAC repair service, try troubleshooting your thermostat. It may just need a [...]

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10 Ways to Keep Cool Without Overworking Your AC

10 Ways to Keep Cool Without Overworking Your AC Trying to keep your house cool during summer’s peak temperatures can be a drain on your central air system as well as your wallet. Using natural ways to keep your house cool can save you hundreds of dollars and put less strain on your air-conditioning system. [...]

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Spring Cleaning for Your HVAC

Spring Cleaning for Your HVAC OSHA, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, recommends cleaning and disinfecting your cooling system at least twice a year, especially if the HVAC has not been used often. Dirt, mold, and bacteria can build up in your system causing a decrease in energy efficiency and can also be hazardous to [...]

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Save Energy & Money

Save Energy & Money 2013 Energy Rebates and Tax Credits in Los Angeles County Moore Air has your best interest in mind.  Here are 11 incentive Programs that you may be able to take advantage of.  Green energy and healthy living are essential for us to thrive these days.  These programs could be what you’re [...]

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Indoor Air Regulations and Mold

Indoor Air Regulations and Mold Although there have been proposals set in place since 2001, the EPA has not established regulations or standards for airborne mold contaminants.  Here is an information rich excerpt from the EPA website on a few tips on assessing whether or not mold may be a significant health concern in your [...]

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Reducing Hazards of Sick Building Syndrome

Reducing Hazards of Sick Building Syndrome While health authorities such as the EPA, OSHA and NIOSH acknowledge the problem of Sick Building Syndrome, they are divided about the cause. Some propose that organic compounds emanating from carpets and paint are the source. Others suspect the unseen presence of mold in a home or building. Air-ducts [...]

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American Standard Rates High

American Standard Rates High At Moore Air Inc., we recommend American Standard Heading & Air Conditioning products above all else when it comes to customer satisfaction and overall reliability. Last year, Consumer Reports surveyed over 40,000 readers who installed Central Air Conditioning Systems or Heat Pumps into their homes between the years of 2005 and [...]

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How Air Conditioners Work

How Air Conditioners Work If you understand how your air-conditioner works to keep your home cool, you can take better care of it and extend its life and efficiency. This can have a big effect on your energy bills since about half of the energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling. In [...]

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Choosing the Right Air Filter

Choosing the Right Air Filter Using the right air filter can not only save you money, but can improve the quality of the air your family is breathing. Filters keep dust and dirt out of the moving parts of your furnace to make it work more efficiently and prolong its life. A dirty filter causes [...]

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Green Living With Your HVAC System

Green Living With Your HVAC System What is your carbon footprint?  We are living in an informative society in the technological era and have access to many ways to reduce your carbon footprint, whether it is based on the food you purchase – choosing organic and locally produced fruits and vegetables, or purchasing a hybrid [...]

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