8 April 2020
During the hot summer weather, heatwaves can cause your home to quickly feel like a hot, humid sauna. Therefore, you want to get a head start on nature and have AC repairs done now. Some of the work that needs to be done is common maintenance, but there are also repairs that occasionally need to be done before you start using your AC. The following tips will help you deal with these AC repairs before summer is here and your home becomes a sauna:
10 March 2020
It is important to know that you should call for furnace repair services the moment you even simply suspect that there is something starting to go wrong. You probably should not wait until the trouble gets worse or wait until next year because the weather should be warming up soon. To help you have a better understanding of why it is usually a good idea to call for repair assistance right away, you will want to read through the following:
4 February 2020
If your heater is giving you some problems right now, you might think it's safe to postpone the repairs, especially since spring will be here in just a few short months. Unfortunately, that's not actually the case. When you postpone heater repairs, you put yourself at risk for additional problems. Before you postpone the repairs, take a look at the list below. Here are just four of the reasons why you're better off taking care of the heater repairs as quickly as possible.
4 December 2019
When it starts getting cold, you rely on your furnace more and more. If it keeps needing service, it may be time for a replacement. Choosing a new furnace for the winter months will be a smooth process if you remember these tips. Have Current Furnace Thoroughly Inspected Since replacing your furnace will be pretty expensive, you need to make absolutely sure this replacement is needed in the first place. In this case, you'll need to hire an HVAC technician who works with residential properties.
5 November 2019
When you have a furnace installed, most of the work falls on the shoulders of your reliable HVAC technician. However, if you want the process to go smoothly, there are a few things you can do to prepare for your heating system installation. Clear the path to the furnace Your HVAC technician will have to remove your old furnace before putting the new one into place. As you can probably imagine, carrying this heavy appliance over scattered toys or curled-up area rugs can be dangerous and annoying.
27 September 2019
If you have an older air conditioning unit that you have never had trouble with, then you might not really think it's going to cause you any problems. However, an older air conditioning unit can cause some problems for you and your family at some point. These are some of the most common problems that your family could potentially deal with if you don't replace your older air conditioning unit sometime soon.
22 August 2019
A furnace is an appliance that produces heat for your home. There are two common types of furnaces that a person can get: electric or propane. Both are very efficient at heating up your property. Taking care of the furnace is important since it is typically the only source of heat in your home. Regular maintenance on the unit can help it reach its life expectancy of that particular type of furnace.
15 July 2019
A renovation project can have a major impact on your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). Most of the effects are likely to be due to the impact of dust and debris on the system. Below are some of the measures you can take to limit the effect of dust on an HVAC system during a renovation and reduce the need for air conditioning repairs. Shut off the HVAC Ideally, you should turn off the HVAC system during the renovation, especially during stages of the process that kick up a lot of dust.
12 June 2019
If your air conditioner is running but isn't keeping your house cool, you'll want to do what you can to fix that as soon as possible. No one wants to waste energy to try to cool their house without a payoff, and no one wants to sit around in their overly hot house either. So, if your air conditioner isn't keeping your house cool, what can you do to get it working again?
1 May 2019
While your central air conditioner is running, you may have noticed that the air coming from your vents no longer feels as cool as it once did. This lack of cool air may lead you to believe that the unit is just simply low on refrigerant and that you can wait on having it refilled. However, since the only reason refrigerant levels get low is that there is a leak in the system, there are a few potential hazards the leaking gas can cause that warrant immediate professional attention.