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What to Do When You Need to Install a New Air Conditioner during the Summer

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When it comes to a failing air conditioner, by far, summer is the least favorable time to experience this issue. Yet, the unfortunate reality is that it happens. If you face a similar scenario, there are some steps you can take to prevent an already inconvenient situation from turning worse. Learn what you can do when you need to replace your air conditioner during the summer. 1. Call a Professional Right Away

16 June 2020

4 Ways To Maintain Your Boiler Furnace

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While forced-air furnaces may be considered "the norm" when it comes to residential heating systems, they're far from the only option available. In some homes, boiler heating systems actually utilize water instead of electricity or gas to distribute heat throughout a home. Specifically, boilers work by pumping hot water through radiators or radiant flooring systems to keep a home comfortable. If you have a home with a boiler furnace (or are thinking about installing this type of heating system in your home), there are some important maintenance tips you should know.

29 April 2020

Completing A Home Expansion Project? How To Upgrade Your Heating System

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When it comes to home additions, an upgrade to the heating system is often the last thing on the homeowner's mind. However, any time you add on to your home, it's essential you make an update to your heating system if you want to ensure the new area is warmed. To ensure you have seamless heat delivery throughout your home, learn more about the options you have to upgrade your heating system to support your new addition.

7 April 2020

What It Means When An Air Conditioning Unit Gets Too Cold

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When you think about a hot summer day, it's hard to imagine that an air conditioning unit can ever get too cold, as it can cause the unit to fail. However, not only is it possible, but it's not a good thing, as an air conditioning unit that gets too cold will freeze. Learn about some of the factors that can cause a cooling unit to freeze and how to address the problem.

2 March 2020

3 Reasons Why Your Furnace Is Short Cycling

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When a furnace is in good working condition, it will turn on, run for awhile, and then turn off when the temperature inside the home has reached the set temperature. Unfortunately, a furnace can develop problems as it ages, and one of those issues is short cycling. Short cycling is when a furnace turns on, runs for a couple of minutes, and then turns off. In most cases, a furnace that is in need of repair will short cycle multiple times an hour.

28 January 2020

Just Bought Your First Home? Basic Furnace Repair And Maintenance Tips You Need To Know

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Becoming a first-time homeowner is a huge step in life. In addition to securing a home for your growing family, you have just made an important financial investment toward building net worth. But along with the benefits, homeownership also comes with some pretty hefty responsibilities, such as those associated with maintaining the structure of the home and its major systems.  For example, instead of calling a landlord when the heating system isn't working, homeowners have to find a good furnace repair contractor and then pay for repairs or maintenance in order to continue enjoying a warm home.

13 December 2019

Planning Your Holiday Decorations? Why The Season Should Start With A Visit From Your Electrician

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The holidays are just around the corner. If you plan to decorate your home this year, it's time to schedule an appointment with your electrician. You may not think that you need an electrician right now, especially if you're not experiencing electrical issues, but that's not the case. The fact is that the holiday season is the perfect time for a service call from your electrician, especially if you're going to be plugging in light-up decorations around your house.

9 November 2019

2 Things That Will Help Lower Your Heating Costs This Year

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Have you been struggling to keep your home warm during the past few winters? How about how hot it gets during the summer? In some homes, even with the best heating and cooling equipment, the temperature inside seems impossible to regulate. Here, you'll find a few reasons why your home may not stay as comfortable as you would like it to. Little to No Insulation If you live in an older home, there's a good chance that there's little to no insulation in the walls, and possibly the attic.

4 October 2019

Upgrading The Commercial Air Conditioning For Your Business

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If your business's air conditioner has reached the end of its life, it will need to be replaced as quickly as possible. Otherwise, the customers that visit your business may develop a poor impression of your enterprise, and the employees that work there may have morale and productivity decreases due to discomfort. Opt For A Commercial Air Conditioning System That Supports Air Filtration Unfortunately, the air quality inside commercial buildings will often be low.

25 August 2019

Is It Best To Repair Or Replace Your Residential Air Conditioning Unit?

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In the heat of the summer, nothing beats the ability to simply walk over and turn down the thermostat to cool off your home. While window air conditioning units will cool the space, they just don't do a decent job of doing so evenly. Swamp coolers will cool more evenly, but they struggle on humid days and require constant maintenance to keep them working efficiently. One major downside of owning a home with central air conditioning is that it's expensive to replace when it decides to fail.

14 July 2019