Virginia & Maryland Heating & Air Conditioning
    • What Is Your Air Conditioner's Compressor?

      If you ask most homeowners how their air conditioner works, most won’t be able to give you an answer, much less a correct one. It’s true that for many people an air conditioner can be a fairly complex ...

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    • Why It's Important to Get the Right Size Air Conditioner

      If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, you’ll have a lot to consider. What features do you want? How efficient do you want it? How much do you want to pay for your new system? Do you want ...

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    • Why is Spring the Best Time for A/C Maintenance?

      As the calendar rounds into March, the frigid temperatures of winter are starting to fade away and turn into bright, sunny days. Before long, grass will be waking up, flowers will be blooming, and the ...

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    • A Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Air Filter for Your Home

      Your air filter is one of the smallest, simplest, and yet most crucially important pieces to your home’s heating and air conditioning system. However, despite it having such an important part to play ...

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    • 7 Ways To Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

      Millions of Americans suffer from allergies, and even most who don’t are concerned about the impact of bad air quality on their health. In reality, indoor air quality is often far worse than outdoor ...

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    • Five Ways to Lower In-Home Humidity

      Humidity is a part of life, especially in summer here on the east coast. While humidity outside can’t be avoided, humidity inside can be truly annoying. Not only does high humidity in your home ...

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    • How to Keep Your Home Warm Without Using Your Heater

      Your heater and air conditioner are the biggest energy-consumers in the average American home, so it should come as little surprise that the majority of the money you’re spending on energy this winter ...

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    • Why Can My Heater Freeze?

      “Wait, what do you mean my heater’s frozen? How is that possible?” We receive this question from homeowners on occasion, often after they’ve contacted us to inspect their heater after it’s seized up ...

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    • 5 Things You Need to Know About Your Heat Pump in the Winter

      During the chilly winter months, you want to know that your heat pump is working at maximum efficiency. This can keep your home comfortable while reducing your utility bills at the same time. Before ...

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    • Don't Forget Your HVAC System When Selling Your Home!

      When selling your home, you’ll need to go through it bit by bit and figure out what needs updated, what could help contribute to its value, and how you’d like to position it in the market. However, ...

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    • How to Set Your Thermostat in a Multi-Story Home

      Multi-story homes face a pretty common problem when it comes to comfort: upper stories are almost always warmer than lower ones. This is because warm naturally rises, which pushes cooler air ...

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    • What Can Pet Hair Do to Your HVAC System?

      When it comes to the health of your air conditioner, there are all sorts of household threats that can cause it to slow down, clog up, or even break down after a while. Among these threats, there is ...

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    • Donmar Company Heating & Cooling Selected for 2017 President's Award

      Donmar Company Heating & Cooling is proud to share our latest accomplishment. Carrier, one of the leading and most widely known brands of home services appliances—from heaters, air conditioners, and ...

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    • Donmar Company Heating & Cooling Unveils New Notification & Tech Tracking System

      At Donmar Company Heating & Cooling , we are always searching for ways to improve our services and find ways that can allow us to be more accessible to our customers. One of the ways we achieve this ...

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    • Should I Turn My Water Heater Up?

      Water heaters provide you with temperature-controlled water throughout the year. In general, most manufacturers recommend keeping your water heater set to 120 degrees Fahrenheit to help prevent ...

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    • Signs it's Time to Replace Your Water Heater

      A water heater failure is a serious issue for homeowners. The lack of hot water makes it difficult to bathe, do laundry, or clean dishes, which can be a major nuisance. However, a tank leak or burst ...

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