2019

How Do You Stop A Leak In A Ductless Air Conditioning System's Indoor Air Handler?

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Ductless mini-split air conditioners are a reliable, energy-efficient way to cool individual rooms in your home. They're dependable and rarely encounter mechanical issues. One problem that's commonly encountered with ductless mini-split systems, however, is water leaking from the indoor unit. Thankfully, this problem is easy to fix. In almost all cases, a leaky indoor unit is caused by a clogged drain pipe. While the unit is in operation, the evaporator coils inside the indoor unit become much colder than the surrounding air.

15 October 2019

Should You Replace Your Existing Heating System Before The Cold Weather?

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As a general rule, homeowners don't give much thought to their heating system until the cold weather starts to set in. However, if your heating system needs to be replaced, you may find yourself stuck with a higher installation bill or an incredibly chilly home as a result of the high demands of the winter season. Choosing to replace your heating system prior to the colder weather is a wise choice, and here are just a few of the reasons why.

2 September 2019

Furnaces On Fire: Three Scenarios That Can Really Happen And How To Fix/Prevent Them

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Heating repairs sometimes include the weirdest of situations. One of the more bizarre situations are furnaces on fire. There are three scenarios where this can really happen, and there are ways to both repair and prevent these issues.  Oil Furnace Line Catches Fire Oil furnaces are tricky things. Oil is fed through a lengthy pipe system, pumped into a chamber where it is ignited, and then it heats air that is blown up into the house.

28 July 2019

What's That Noise? Diagnosing Your AC's Noisy Problems

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Have you noticed your AC making odd noises lately? If so, it could indicate an issue with your unit that requires the attention of an HVAC specialist. An air conditioner that runs right without any issue will run smoothly and quietly, efficiently cooling your home when the heat of summer hits. Noises, however, are not normal. Understanding the noises your AC makes can help you figure out what problem you might have so you know what to expect when you contact a repair professional.

25 June 2019

What To Expect When You Purchase An Air Conditioning Maintenance Contract

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Most reputable HVAC companies offer air conditioning maintenance contracts put a lot of homeowners are not aware of what they are or why they are beneficial. In most cases, an air conditioning maintenance contract is a wise investment that can extend the life of your home's air conditioning unit and help prevent costly repairs. Like any other appliance or mechanical system, the better your air conditioning system is maintained, the better it will run and the longer it will last.

19 May 2019

How To Get Cooler Air Out Of Your Vents

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Summer is just around the corner and if you live in a part of the country that is already really hot, then you may be dreading the extra heat. To help you stay extra comfortable and cool this year, this article will go over a few ways to get cooler air out of your vents. Read on to learn more. 1. Get Your Air Ducts Clean When you have dust and dirt clogged in your air ducts, it's going to make it a lot more difficult for air to get through it which can restrict the airflow.

12 April 2019

What You Can Expect From An AC Tune-Up

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It's almost summer, which means that you may have a few things to get done around your house to ensure that you have a safe and comfortable summer. While you are daydreaming of all of the fun barbecues you are going to have in your backyard, there are some other things for you to think about as well such as your air conditioner. To make sure that your AC unit runs as well as possible, you should consider getting a professional tune-up from an AC repair technician.

23 February 2019

Don't Face A Winter Breakdown: 4 Reasons To Schedule A Mid-Season Tuneup For Your Heater

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If you didn't begin the winter with a heater tune-up, you still have time. There are still several weeks of winter left, which means you still need your heater. Scheduling a mid-season tune-up for your heater is a great way to protect your heater from all the hard work it does during the winter. Here are just four of the reasons why you need to have your heater serviced as soon as possible.

15 January 2019