4 Things Your Technician Should Inspect During an AC Service Call

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You rely on your air conditioning system for home comfort regardless of the season. Therefore, the last thing you want is for your unit to malfunction when you need it the most. The smartest way to manage unexpected repairs and ensure that your AC is at its top performance is by scheduling regular maintenance. Here are four inspections your licensed technician will conduct during an AC service call.  1. Check and clear your condensate drain line

2 June 2021

Maintenance Tips To Help The Performance Of Your Air Conditioning Unit

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It is important to ensure that your air conditioning system is running properly and efficiently to ensure that you are comfortable, healthy, and safe. After all, depending on where you live in the country, the outside temperature can reach close to or over 100 degrees, which means interior temperatures can reach seriously dangerous temperatures. Your air conditioning system helps to manage humidity levels in your home. This can help to prevent the growth of mildew and mold, which in turn protects your respiratory health.

4 May 2021

Heating Repair Needs That Should Never Be Postponed

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The purchase of a first home can be a source of financial stress, especially when unexpected costs arise. A good example is when the heating system develops a problem that homeowners fear will be expensive to repair. While postponing minor repair or maintenance issues may be acceptable for a short time, furnace repair issues that pose safety risks for the occupants of the home should never be postponed.  Pilot lights and ignition switches

1 April 2021

Homeowner's Guide To Sewer Gases In The Home

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Sewer gases aren't something you want to smell inside your home. Their presence isn't just unpleasant, it also indicates that something is wrong with your plumbing system. Sewer Gas Concerns Not only are sewer gases bad smelling, but they can also pose a health concern. The gases can contain ammonia and other harmful substances that can lead to health problems if breathed in large quantities. Although rare, sewer gas is also flammable and can ignite if the right conditions are present, which can lead to a house fire.

18 February 2021

Dealing With Furnace Issues Due To Bad Burners And Pilot Light Systems

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When you have a problem with your heating during the winter months, it can be due to various issues. These problems often start with the blower, which can be vulnerable to the pilot light and burner or heating element issues. Therefore, you want to know how to deal with these issues to get your heating back on when you need it. Here are some furnace repair tips to help deal with the pilot light and burner issues when your heating stops:

25 January 2021

The Purpose Of A Furnace Blower Motor Capacitor And How To Tell If It Needs To Be Replaced

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If the blower in your furnace doesn't spin, there won't be any hot air blowing from your registers when the furnace kicks on. Your house will cool down quickly, and if it's freezing outside, you might have a heating emergency on your hands. A common problem that keeps the furnace blower from working is a bad capacitor. Here's a look at how the capacitor works, how to tell if it's bad, and how it is replaced.

18 January 2021

Getting A New Furnace? Ways It Will Need To Be Up To Current Building Codes

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Is your old furnace ready to be replaced soon? If so, having a brand new furnace can certainly give you peace of mind for many years to come. In addition to having a new appliance, the furnace is going to be installed in a way that follows all the latest building codes to ensure that it is installed correctly. Here are some changes that may need to be made to your new furnace during the installation.

17 December 2020