Keeping Your Air Conditioning Working All Summer Long

Make Your Air Conditioning Work During Rapid Weather Changes

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If daily comfort is important to you, what happens when you’re dealing with spring conditions one day, summer the next, and then a freak winter storm? Although the science behind climate change is pushing a huge debate, the results aren’t; weather is getting weirder, and it costs money to compensate. Short of conditioning yourself without air conditioning (AC), you need to understand how your AC handles rapid weather changes. Here are a few air conditioning systems details, along with ways an AC services expert can help. Read More»

Knowing When To Replace Your Water Heater

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Water heaters generally last from 10 to 15 years. Once this time is up, some people think they automatically need to replace their heater. But while this gives you a pretty good idea of when to replace it, that span is still pretty long. Some people agree that if it’s still working, keep it around. Others disagree. Here are a few things to think about that will help you make this decision. Read More»

Comparing Wood And Pellet Stove Heaters

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Wood and pellet stoves are two alternative type of heating units that burn firewood and pellets (which are made out of compressed wood and other organic materials) respectively. Though both types of heaters make use of burning wood based products to heat your home, the slight material differences in their fuel and differences in their installation provide each type of stove with a distinct set of advantages and drawbacks. Understanding what each type of stove has to offer your home can help you pick the one that best fulfills your heating needs. Read More»

4 Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs To Be Serviced Or Repaired

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When your air conditioner is serviced annually, it should run all summer without giving you problems. However, sometimes parts wear out and repairs need to be made. It’s often difficult to know what’s going on with your HVAC. Sometimes it could be something as simple as the power is switched off or the thermostat not set right. Other times, it could be a bad fan motor or refrigerant leak. You don’t want to ignore problems with your AC because they’ll probably be less expensive to repair when the problem is minor. Read More»

3 Things You Can Do To Save Energy On Your HVAC System

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If you are a homeowner you are probably wondering what you can do to save on your energy bill. It is not uncommon for people to find themselves overspending on their utility bills because they have to crank their HVAC system to get the results that they want. Her are some simple things that you can do to protect your HVAC system and ensure that you are saving energy: 1. Insulate Your House Read More»