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3 Common Air Conditioning Installation Problems

Many common faults with split unit central air systems are actually the result of improper installation. A poorly installed air conditioning system may function properly for a while, but the underlying issues will eventually cause failures that may be difficult to diagnose or repair. Faults in the overall design, layout, or the choice of equipment can lead to long-term problems that may keep cropping up time and time again. To avoid this cycle of maintenance nightmares and the prospect of expensive repairs, keep these three installation issues in mind when dealing with any installation contractor. Read More 

Is It Time to Call a Furnace Repair Technician?

Keeping a furnace in operating condition and as close to peak efficiency as possible is important, but it can be challenging to figure out just when it requires the attention of a qualified professional. If you're worried there might be something wrong with the system in your home or business, these are some of the indicators that there may be trouble. Noticeable Noises As a furnace ages, it can be easy to dismiss any noises it might make as due to age. Read More 

3 Proactive Things Homeowners Can Do To Help Ensure Timely Heating Fuel Delivery

Running out of heating oil or propane can be a very uncomfortable experience. In areas of the country where the temperatures routinely fall below freezing for long periods of time, a home without a working heat source can quickly leave both humans and pets at risk of hypothermia or even death. If your home's heating system uses a fuel that must be delivered by truck and stored in a tank on your property, making sure that the tank is filled in a timely manner the best way to ensure your family's home will remain safe, warm, and comfortable all winter long. Read More 

Air Conditioning And Drain Line Clogs: What You Should Know

When you have a central air conditioning unit in your home, it plays an important role. Central air doesn't just cool your home; it draws the humidity out of the air, too. When the air is particularly humid, that leads to a lot of drainage from the drip pan. That drainage should flow from the drip pan to the drain tube, where it will exit the unit and flow away from your home. Read More 

How To Keep Your Heating Repair Bills Low

Dealing with heating repair issues can be expensive, and problems can seem to pop up out of nowhere. The best way to reduce the chances of an expensive repair bill hitting you suddenly, though, is to be diligent in taking care of the unit in your house. Be mindful of these four concerns, and you'll avoid racking up bigger costs in the long run. Schedule an Inspection The heating system in a house should be inspected once a year. Read More 

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keeping your duct work clean

How long has it been since the duct work that carries the warm and cool air throughout your home has been cleaned? Many homeowners overlook the need to have the duct work cleaned each year. Have you been suffering from more allergy symptoms than you used to? It could be caused by the dirt and dust that is built up inside the duct work. On this blog, you will find tips that can help you keep your duct work clean and how to know when it is time to have the professionals come out and do a thorough cleaning of the entire duct system.

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3 Common Air Conditioning Installation Problems
22 March 2019

Many common faults with split unit central air sys

Is It Time to Call a Furnace Repair Technician?
7 February 2019

Keeping a furnace in operating condition and as cl

3 Proactive Things Homeowners Can Do To Help Ensure Timely Heating Fuel Delivery
25 December 2018

Running out of heating oil or propane can be a ver

Air Conditioning And Drain Line Clogs: What You Should Know
19 November 2018

When you have a central air conditioning unit in y

How To Keep Your Heating Repair Bills Low
15 October 2018

Dealing with heating repair issues can be expensiv