Post Date Jun 24

Some helpful info about HVAC

companyCommercial HVAC service in Greenville SC is like fixing your automobile. You put yourself at the mercy of the individual you employ to repair it.

Well many of HVAC repairs are electrical burnt out pumps, motors, contactors, low voltage controls, fuses, and more. Electrical education is your major part of the HVAC field. Having both trades under a belt the more knowledgable and precious you are, not necessarily inside a measure of money.

The bulk of HVAC repairs are trivial within nature. They will include your tweak of the thermostat, or adding Freon to the system. On unusual events the complications will get a bit more within depth. If your system is being cleaned and inspected twice a year, the possibility you will have a large problem inside a system is very slim.

A few frequent electric HVAC repairs are similar to gas heat such as no heat and noisy furnace. Of course, the actual electric HVAC repairs differ seeing as each unit has different parts. Nevertheless, there are some other types of electric HVAC repairs. For example, the unit’s blower runs constantly or it won’t turn on.

A home’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system keeps you warm within the winter, cool inside the summer, and cozy all year round. When HVAC repairs are necessary, however, homeowners are often at your loss as these systems are not only complex, but vary greatly from one residencial to another. Troubleshooting such your system can be difficult, and even finding the right repair specialist for the job is not always simple.

Whether you need a particular service completed, or are just trying to find answers regarding air conditioning, heating, or HVAC repair, you have come to right place.

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Post Date Jun 21

Make Money With Ad Hit Profits

ad hit profits

Ad Hit Profits is a revenue sharing website where the members make money off the sites ads.

We all know about Facebook ads and we all know that Facebook keeps all the money from the ads.  Well wouldn’t it be cool if Facebook paid it’s members a percentage of the money it makes from all it’s ads, well that is exactly what Ad Hit Profits is doing.  From here out we are going to be using AHP for short instead of Ad Hit Profits. Read More

Post Date Jun 8

Facebook Ads Just Got Easier

facebook adsI read a good article today about Facebook ads getting easier to develop as well as them looking better.  I enjoyed the article so I decided to add it to our site.  The article was written by Cynthia Boris and the full article and be found here.

Facebook just announced that they’re going to simplify their ad process by cutting down the number of options from 27 to less than half of that in addition to making the ads more uniform.

I got stuck on the number 27. I don’t do a lot of Facebook advertising so I was surprised to see there were that many options. Read More

Post Date May 28

Make Money With The Ultimate Cycler

The Ultimate Cycler

UNeedIM is proud to offer a new opportunity to make money from home.  We have used 2×2 matrix systems in the past to make fast money, but there was always something wrong with them.  We were going to develop our own 2×2 matrix system when we stumbled upon The Ultimate Cycler.

After giving it a look we decided why reinvent the wheel, because this 2×2 cycler had just about everything we wanted in our cycler.

The are no admin fee’s, because all the banking aspects of the cycler are handled by the members, so that was one plus.

Since the banking aspects are handled by the members, there is no waiting to be paid.  You are paid the same day.  That was a huge plus. Read More

Post Date May 22

Is Facebook Still Dominating The Social Networks

Today we are going to take a look at the King of social media and how they have been doing since becoming a public offering just over a year ago.

We found this great information on and was written by 

A few days ago was the one-year anniversary of Facebook’s public offering. It has arguably been the most volatile and momentous period in the company’s roughly eight-and-a-half year history.

Facebook went public in May of last year at $38 and closed Friday at just over $26. The low, last September, was $17.55.

The volatility of the stock and the fact that it hasn’t fully returned to its offering price may give many institutional investors reason to complain; but, most other statistics and metrics are up from a year ago. For example, Facebook has impressively been able to grow its mobile revenues in just 12 months from essentially zero to 30 percent of total ad revenue. Read More