Programmable | Jones-Rogers, Inc

By: Jones Rogers Inc  09-12-2011
Keywords: air quality, indoor air quality, Air Conditioner

Through any of the changing seasons, what one member of your household or office finds to be a perfect temperature can be uncomfortably hot or cold to another. Wouldn’t it be great if you could set different temperatures for the various parts of your indoor environment, so that each person’s perfect temperature is a reality?

If you’re going on vacation this year it might be a good idea to program your thermostat before you leave. Setting up different temperatures for different days and times can save you money every month on energy consumption, and it can give you more money to spend on your getaway.

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When it comes to saving energy this summer, the most prominent places you can make changes are in your home or office building.  Indoor comfort is essential, but so are energy savings.

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Regular maintenance of your home’s air conditioner is essential if you want to ensure optimal efficiency of your system’s operation, and taking good care of your A/C unit will help you extend its life and save money on repair costs. Changing your air filters regularly is one of the most crucial maintenance tasks on your checklist, and if you’ve been putting this off, now is the time to get around to it. With summer fast approaching, you want to make sure that your air conditioner is equal to the task of keeping you cool and comfortable during the hot weather.

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We hope you’ve been following our blog each week and getting your HVAC questions answered right here.  Whether it’s how to change a filter, improve your indoor air quality or size your replacement HVAC equipment, we want to make sure that you get the facts you need to make informed decisions about your home comfort.

Keywords: Air Conditioner, air quality, Home Or Office, indoor air quality

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Your heating and air conditioning system is an important component of your home or business that, just like your car, requires periodic maintenance to operate efficiently and have a long, productive life. Newly installed duct systems may be lined with a buildup of construction debris, such as wood dust, carpet particles and chemical emissions from solvents, adhesives or paint.


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Water Heaters | Jones-Rogers, Inc

If your water is not as hot as it once was, you find that it is moist or wet around the base or your unit is getting on up there in age, you should consider an upgrade. Don’t jeopardize your comfort by forgetting to do some simple, routine maintenance on your water heater, so it’s working for you when you really need it.


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Zoning Systems | Jones-Rogers, Inc

Wouldn’t it be great if you could set different temperatures for the various parts of your indoor environment, so that each person’s perfect temperature is a reality. Through any of the changing seasons, what one member of your household or office finds to be a perfect temperature can be uncomfortably hot or cold to another.


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Preventative Maintenance | Jones-Rogers, Inc

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