Is your HVAC system struggling to turn on and off? Learn to recognize HVAC problems early so you can avoid permanent damage.

When Your Air Conditioner Is Leaking Refrigerant, Is It Better To Patch The Leak Or Replace The Unit?

21 September 2020
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When your air conditioner starts leaking refrigerant, you'll need to have the leak fixed and the refrigerant recharged. Thankfully, it's easy for any AC repair service to find and fix leaks. Leaks can be detected with special electronic equipment and then quickly repaired. However, it doesn't always make financial sense to repair and recharge your air conditioner once it develops a leak. In some cases, it's better to replace the unit entirely instead.
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3 Things To Do Before Installing A New Central AC System

14 August 2020
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Installing a new air conditioning system in your home can be exciting. If you are retrofitting an older home with a central air system, then you'll get to enjoy the benefits of efficient, whole-home cooling. Installing new equipment in a house with an existing air conditioner can be great as well, with the potential to realize faster, more consistent cooling and lower utility bills. New installs can be expensive, however. Since these aren't projects to take lightly, there are a few steps that you should always perform before finalizing your install.
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The HVAC Repair Guide To Diagnosing Problem With Geothermal Systems

17 July 2020
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It may have been years since you have invested in a geothermal HVAC system, but now you are having problems. Sometimes, the issues with a geothermal HVAC system are minor problems that can be repaired with simple solutions, but wear can also cause more serious problems that need to be repaired more quickly. The following HVAC repair guide will help you identify problems with your geothermal heating and cooling system:
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It’s Time: How To Tell When You Need A New HVAC System

15 June 2020
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If you've lived in your home for more than ten years, there's a good chance you need a new HVAC system. The average life expectancy for a typical HVAC system is anywhere from 10 to 25 years. If your HVAC system seems to work fine, you might not think you need a new one. That might not be the case though. Look at the information provided below. If you're experiencing any of the issues described below, it's time to get a new HVAC system for your home.
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Replacing A Bad Ignitor Is A Common Heating Repair Your Furnace May Need

8 May 2020
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If you suddenly realize your house is chilly and your furnace isn't running or it's blowing cool air, the furnace ignitor could be to blame. This is a common furnace problem and it also has a fairly easy fix. Here's a look at how a furnace ignitor works and what to do when the part goes bad. How A Furnace Ignitor Works An ignitor is a small part in your furnace that triggers the flames that heat the air to distribute through your house.
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Keeping My HVAC System On Point

About a year ago, I could tell that our HVAC system was really starting to struggle. No matter what we did, the system seemed to have a hard time turning on and off. When our air was running, it smelled terrible. In the winter, it seemed like our home was never warm enough. To ward off sudden failures, we hired a professional to come out and inspect our system. After a thorough analysis, we discovered that there were some serious fan problems. This blog is all about recognizing HVAC system problems early and keeping your system on point, so that you can avoid permanent damage.

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