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3 Most Common Causes Of Air Conditioning Problems

24 September 2020
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When you maintain your HVAC system, you get the best life and service out of it. On the other hand, when you are not keen on the maintenance and leave your system in a state of disrepair, you will deal with endless AC issues. Most people know that their HVAC system is developing problems when they start getting cold spots in the house during the winter. However, you need to pay attention to other signs such as your home getting stuffy and humid in the summer and the presence of mold or mold-related complications. Read More …

What Should You Do To Keep An Old Air Conditioner Operating?

20 August 2020
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All good things must come to an end, and that's as true for HVAC equipment as any other part of your home. Central air conditioning systems inevitably begin to outlive their useful lifespan, and they can often become expensive to maintain when they're older. Of course, knowing that your system is failing doesn't make the cost of a replacement any easier to bear. If you live in a home with a central air conditioner that's moving beyond the first decade of its life, then there are still some steps you can take to ensure that it lasts for as long as possible. Read More …

Tips For Addressing Your Residential Heating Needs

23 July 2020
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Tackling your home heating means learning how these systems work and finding the right professionals to provide service. Residential heating is vital in helping you get through the fall and winter months and the cold temperatures that come with them. Use these points so you can handle your home heating as needed.  Break down the space and square footage of your household and what kind of residential heating service you need Read More …

Why Your Air Conditioner Fan Is Not Rotating Efficiently

15 May 2020
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The air conditioner (AC) can only cool your house by blowing cool air into different parts of the house. The AC fan is responsible for getting the cool air moving. Thus, a malfunctioning AC fan easily leads to inefficient cooling. Below are some of the reasons an AC fan might malfunction.   Power Supply Interruption Your AC needs electricity to run the motor, which in turn runs the fan. Thus, a power interruption will result in the fan not running at all. Read More …

Signs Of Low AC Refrigerant

15 May 2020
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Your air conditioner (AC) needs refrigerant to absorb heat inside the house and dump it outside. The refrigerant runs in a closed-loop system, so its level shouldn't decrease unless there is a leakage somewhere in the system. Below are some of the signs that might mean your AC has lost some refrigerant. The Vents Blowing Warm Air The supply vents distribute cool air to different parts of the house. However, the AC needs refrigerant to cool the air first. Read More …