Residential AC Repair For Ductless Systems: What You Can Expect For Repairs In The Future

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If you recently decided to install a ductless air conditioning system, you have made a good choice in an efficient means of cooling your home. However, like all residential cooling systems, you can expect that at some point, your system will have a problem and need residential AC repair. Going forward, you should know what to expect in terms of repairs for this type of system.  The Heat Pump May Go

8 January 2020

Having A New Furnace Installed? Ways To Prepare Before The Installer Comes

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If your current furnace is nearing the end of its life, or has already reached the end of its life, you may have an appointment with a furnace installation company to install a new furnace in your home. Prior to the installers arriving, there are steps that you can or should take to make the process a bit easier, and to help protect your new furnace. Here are a few of the things you should consider doing before a new furnace installer arrives for furnace installation.

12 December 2019

Common Problems That Can Stop Your HVAC System From Working Correctly

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The HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system in your home can stop working suddenly for a lot of reasons. Here are some of the most common reasons the repair technicians find for the HVAC to stop working suddenly.  Lack of Maintenance One of the most common reasons for the HVAC system in your home to just stop running is a lack of preventative maintenance. A lot of items in the maintenance list can stop the system from working at all, and often, they are small items like a dirty filter, a switch that is stuck, or a sensor that is no longer reading properly.

11 November 2019

3 Reasons To Have Your Air Conditioner Maintained This Fall

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Have you been counting down the days until you can stop using your air conditioner for the year? Are you thrilled at the thought of your utility bills becoming more affordable once again? Although they can be necessary, depending on where you live, air conditioners can be quite expensive to run at times. Unfortunately, ignoring your air conditioner and following an improper maintenance schedule can make them even more costly in the long run.

4 October 2019

Does Your Thermostat Need To Be Replaced? 3 Reasons And Replacement Info

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The thermostat in your home is the brains behind your air conditioner and furnace. It is what gives the information you are inputting into the thermostat to these appliances. If your thermostat is not working properly, it may not be supplying the proper information to your systems and could give you a bit of trouble. If you aren't sure if your thermostat is the problem and should be replaced, read on for a few reasons to help guide you, as well as replacement instructions.

4 September 2019

How To Break The Cycle Of Short Cycling For Your A/C Unit

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Short cycling is one of the lesser-known banes of owning and maintaining an air conditioner for most homeowners. The problem stems from the air conditioner's compressor starting up and shutting down more frequently than it's designed to. Instead of running in 10 to 15-minute cycles two to three times an hour, a short-cycling A/C unit experiences more frequent cycles with much shorter run times. Short cycling can take a toll on your compressor and other A/C components, guaranteeing a shorter life and a bigger repair bill.

15 July 2019

Air Conditioning Maintenance Tips To Stay Cool All Summer

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Your air conditioning system will save you from the hot, humid weather of summer when it is good working order. Maintenance should be done before you need to use your air conditioner every day to avoid emergency repairs. Even if you don't get your system serviced before the hot weather starts, get your air conditioner serviced as soon as you can. When you have your filters changed, the coils and fins cleaned, and your ac checked for efficiency, you have less of a chance of your system breaking down when it is working hard to keep your home cool.

24 June 2019