MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for May, 2017

The Benefits and Convenience of Multi-Zone Systems

Monday, May 29th, 2017

zone-control-systemsMost homes in the area use centralized air conditioning systems, which cool the air in a single location and then distribute it into the home using a system of ducts. It’s an effective and efficient system, but it has drawbacks: especially for larger homes that might struggle with a centralized system. Luckily, you don’t have to replace your entire system to improve its efficiency and allow higher versatility. A multi-zone system can be installed in your existing ducts, and improve your system’s efficiency in a number of wonderful ways.

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Your Home Stays Safe with a Generator

Monday, May 15th, 2017

whole-house-generatorWe get our share of heavy storms in this area, and that can often mean losing power in your home for extended periods: hours, maybe even days. This can happen at any time, but rural parts of the region are especially vulnerable, since it can be some time before power companies get out to fix downed electrical lines.

The best way to keep your home’s electricity running is to install a generator on your property. It can be used in the event the power goes out to run vital appliances and ensure that you don’t need to leave your home in the event of a crisis. Now is a great time to have one installed, with warmer temperatures here and thunderstorms becoming increasingly common. The right service can help you select the proper unit.

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Security Cameras Help Keep Your Home Safe

Monday, May 1st, 2017

family-playing-soccerEvery home is a castle, and as a homeowner, you have a right and a duty to keep your family as safe as possible. A good security system can help with that immeasurably, including the installation of security cameras both inside and outside your house. A trained security expert can help with this, setting up cameras that benefit your particular needs the most and ensuring that they’re always running as expected.

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