Keeping Your Air Conditioning Working All Summer Long

Can I Install My Own Air Conditioner?

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There are some jobs that, even for the most hard-core DIY enthusiasts, can still pose a challenge. Replacing fixtures and installing a new wood floor is one thing, but putting in a brand-new air conditioner inside your house is a different beast altogether. While it’s certainly possible for you to perform your own AC installation, it is strongly recommended you let a professional do it for the reasons that are outlined below. Read More»

Three Subtle Signs You Need AC Repair

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Some air conditioning repair issues are obvious. If your air conditioning unit fails to even turn on or is not blowing out cold air, a call to your local HVAC company is a no-brainer. In other cases, your AC unit may be on the verge of failure without you even realizing it, costing you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in lost energy and major repairs. If you know what to look for though, you can recognize the signs that your AC unit is straining and in need of repair before you have a huge issue on your hands. Read More»

Maintenance Guide for AC Fins

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If you examine either the exterior or interior portion of your AC, you will likely notice a series of vents or “fins.” These fins are an important part of your air conditioner, without which it won’t properly cool your home. The following can help you understand both their purpose and how to maintain them so you can avoid expensive repairs. 1. Purpose The fins on the exterior unit are called the compressor fins. Read More»

Here's What To Expect From The Company You Hire To Install A New HVAC System In Your Home

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Are you getting ready to have a new HVAC system installed in your home? The first step is to find a company to work with that can provide you with the system and complete the installation. Here’s what you should expect from the HVAC company you decide to hire. An In-Home Consultation One important service the HVAC company you hire should provide is an in-home consultation. They can’t possibly know what kind of work will have to go into installing a new HVAC system in your home unless they come over and inspect every inch of the place. Read More»

3 Steps To Get Your Heater Ready for Winter

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Before the weather gets too cold, make sure your heater is in good shape. Inspecting your system’s components, checking for any signs of trouble, and having your heater professionally serviced will help ensure your heater can keep your home warm all winter long. Check Air Filter and Ducts Your home’s air ducts are one of the most important components of your heating system. When properly maintained, it will make sure that your home gets plenty of warm and clean air. Read More»