When Your Home Is Too Hot: Potential Problems With Your Air Conditioner

28 March 2019
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A whole house air conditioning system is a wonderful thing when the weather is hot and humid. If you find yourself sitting in a hot house and your system is turned on high, there could be a number of problems with your system. It's possible that your thermostat is broken and needs to be fixed. You could have an issue with clogged filters, making your system work too hard to keep you cool. Read More 

Ode To The Sounds Of An HVAC System

14 February 2019
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Your heating and air conditioning system has a lot of ways in which it can show you there is something going on that needs your attention. One of the warning flags to pay attention to is the sounds your system makes. With a central HVAC system, you will get used to hearing its regular sounds. These sounds include the swooshing sound you will hear when the system kicks on and the air makes its way through the vents. Read More 

Surviving A Heating Failure: Common Questions

5 January 2019
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It's dead in the middle of winter. Your trusty furnace fails you, and you are stuck in the house with no heat until a heating repair professional can get through the snow and ice and help you out. It is not at all uncommon for heating emergencies to happen in the coldest parts of winter when home heating systems are under the most strain. However, if you are a little educated about keeping warm, you and your family should be okay. Read More 

2 Key Signs That Your Home Needs New Ductwork

30 November 2018
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Although there is almost certainly plenty of visible activity in your home, the real action often happens beyond your normal range of vision: Behind the walls. The systems that are hidden just out of your sight are responsible for making your house as cozy as it is. The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is central to your comfort, and good ductwork lies at the heart of everything. If you aren't aware of the signs that your ductwork isn't operating as it should, read through the symptoms below to determine if you need to give your own ductwork some TLC. Read More 

Is It Time To Retire Your Central Air Unit?

17 October 2018
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Are you contemplating investing in a new central air conditioning unit and retiring the existing one? If you're having troubles making the decision, you're probably looking for some advice. Here, you'll find a few tips that can help you make an educated decision about this relatively large investment. How many years of service has the existing central air unit provided you? Generally speaking, a good, quality central air unit will provide you with 10, maybe 12 years of service before it begins causing all sorts of problems – that's if you've followed a good maintenance schedule. Read More