AC Repair Checklist For End Of Summer

2 October 2018
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Your air conditioner should always be serviced at the end of every summer season. This is because you use it every day to maintain the temperatures of your home during the hottest season of the year. Failing to have your air conditioner inspected by a specialist in AC repair can cause it to fail. So, it is important to put in an order for an AC maintenance and repair if you want to keep your AC working all-year-round. Read More 

How to Make Sure Your Heater Won’t Give out This Season

2 October 2018
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Winter is never too far away, which means you are never too far from an extended period of time where you're very reliant on your heater. Unfortunately, like many other homes in the country, you might just be overdue for a heater failure or malfunction. Heater problems are never fun to deal with especially if they happen during winter. The best way to avoid such failures is to anticipate them and take the measures necessary to avoid them. Read More 

Air Repair 101: 4 Troubleshooting Tips When Your AC Is Full Of Hot Air

28 August 2018
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You go to the HVAC vent and feel warm air coming out. What are the causes of your AC blowing out hot air and not cooling your home? It can be due to the lack of maintenance, leaks, and damage to ducts. Usually, finding problems with your air conditioner can be a simple task if you know what to look for. Identifying the problem quickly will make finding and repairing the problem much easier. Read More 

Taking Care Of Your HVAC During Vacation

22 July 2018
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The next time you are leaving for a vacation, ensure you have taken measures to care for your HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system while you are away. Here are some of the measures to consider. Install a Surge Protector If you don't have a surge protector for your HVAC system, then you should have one installed before leaving for your extended vacation. This is because you will not be able to unplug the system during storms, lightning storms or power fluctuations, and a power surge can fry the system. Read More 

What Can You Do About A Frozen AC System?

18 June 2018
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At the very height of the summer season, the sight of an air conditioning unit entombed in ice can be an odd one. Thanks to the way the refrigeration process works, it's possible for frost to form on the AC coils as your AC system works to keep your home cool. Under normal operation, the surface temperatures on the AC system's coils can dip slightly below freezing from time to time, allowing a light coating of frost to form. Read More