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Do You Need HVAC Repair Or Is Your Thermostat The Blame?

27 March 2017
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Has your HVAC system been performing strangely? Perhaps it cycles on and off in short cycles. It may even turn off before it reaches the temperature setting. You may wonder if your AC or furnace is in need of repairs. However, sometimes when these weird circumstances occur it is due to thermostat problems. The following information will help you to better understand.  Dust Accumulation Dust can settle inside of thermostats in the same manner that it settles on surfaces throughout your home. Read More …

How To Fix A Clogged Basement Floor Drain

23 August 2016
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If you just discovered a pool of water surrounding your basement floor drain, you will need to get this fixed as soon as possible. Basement floor drains are essential for all basements, but they are even more important for homes that experience water leaks when there are periods of large rainfalls. If there is water around your basement drain that will not go down, there is a good chance the drain is clogged. Read More …

Ductless Split AC Systems: A Good Complement To Boiler-Style Heating

25 May 2016
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One downfall of boiler-style heating is that it's not so easy to integrate an air conditioner with your system. You can't just install an AC unit and send the cool air through the existing ducts like you can in a home with a forced-air system. Many people with boiler heating turn to window AC units to keep their homes bearable in the summer, but lugging them in and out of the windows is a real hassle – and can even prove dangerous if you drop an air conditioner or it falls on someone below. Read More …

Using Your Central Air Conditioning Correctly

25 May 2016
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Running your central air conditioner in the summertime can cost you a lot of money on your electric bill if you aren't careful. However, you can save yourself quite a bit of money by putting some effort into helping the air along. The more you do to cut out on leaks, the less expensive your cooling bills will be. You may have some questions regarding how you can achieve this, and reading the information provided here will help you out with the answers you need. Read More …

4 Signs That You Need To Have Your Air Conditioner Repaired

25 May 2016
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Summer is right around the corner, and if you live in a hot climate, you most likely rely on your air conditioner often to keep your home cool and comfortable. The last thing you want during the summer is for your air conditioning to cease working, so it is important to keep your air conditioner in good repair. Luckily, air conditioners usually give signs that there are problems before they fail. Read More …