How Prompt AC Repair Protects Your Air Conditioner

June 3rd, 2024

Imagine your car was losing air from one of its tires. You should get that sorted out right away, shouldn’t you? If you don’t, it will lose more and more air. Eventually, you’ll be driving on the rim, causing damage to it and potentially other parts of your car as well. And you’ll be using more gasoline because of all the drag. 

Your air conditioner is the same. When there’s a problem, even if it seems quite minor, you should have it fixed right away. If you don’t, the problem will worsen, affect other parts of your HVAC system, increase your air conditioner’s energy consumption, and drive up your utility bills. Prompt AC repair is necessary to protect your air conditioner. Let us explain why.

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Choose the Best Contractor for Your HVAC System

May 20th, 2024

Your home’s HVAC system is like your body’s respiratory system. It’s absolutely critical, and in order for your home (and the people in it) to be happy and healthy, it needs to be kept in excellent condition. You should only trust qualified professionals to work on your HVAC system, just as you’d only trust someone who went to medical school with your respiratory system.

Of course, you probably have more experience with doctors than with HVAC technicians. So how can you be sure you’re getting the quality service that your HVAC system needs and deserves? We’ve got some information about how to choose the best HVAC contractor. You need someone you can rely on to get the job done right no matter what.

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Signs of a Sewer Line Problem

May 6th, 2024

Wastewater is simply one of the byproducts of modern life. And usually, you don’t have to think about it very often. How much wastewater does your home produce? Where does it all go? As long as things are working properly, you don’t have to know anything about it. But if there is a problem with your home’s wastewater disposal system, it can get extremely unpleasant very quickly.

Water that goes down your drains and is flushed down your toilets all makes its way to one exit point from your home: the sewer line. This pipe connects your house to the municipal sewer pipe, or to the septic tank if you have one. If it needs cleaning or repair, you’ll want to get it done as quickly as possible, before anything nasty happens. So what are the signs of a sewer line problem?

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HVAC Trouble: Is It Your AC or Your Ducts?

April 22nd, 2024

This summer, you’re going to need reliable air conditioning. This isn’t just about your air conditioner, though. It might have all the cooling power, but that can only be turned into cool air distributed throughout your house thanks to your ductwork. A problem in either part of your HVAC system could quickly turn into a miserable, overheated summer.

If you need both your air conditioner and your ductwork to be in good working order, how can you tell which is the problem when something does go wrong? Some HVAC troubles are pretty clearly caused by the AC unit, some are definitely the ducts. Others could be either. Here’s what you should know.

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Overflowing Toilet? Here’s What to Do

April 8th, 2024

We all know the feeling of trying to flush a toilet and realizing things aren’t going the way we want them to. Gradually, our level of panic increases as we worry that the filling won’t stop. As the toilet water overflows, so do our frantic emotions. But this is no time to freak out! You need to keep a cool head on your shoulders.

When this problem occurs, the best way to stay calm is to already know how to handle it. When you have a plan, you can simply execute the steps of the plan with no need to figure things out in the middle of a stressful moment. What should you do when your toilet overflows? We’ll give you a step-by-step plan so you won’t panic.

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Ready for Warmer Weather? Make Sure Your HVAC System Is as Well With Maintenance

March 25th, 2024

While you’re gearing up for spring, getting ready to go out and enjoy the not-so-frigid weather, admiring the blooming flowers … don’t forget that summer is not really that far away. There are some things you’ll need to do to prepare for the summer heat, and HVAC maintenance for your air conditioner should be at the top of your list. 

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Don’t Neglect Furnace Problems Just Because the Winter’s Ending

March 11th, 2024

It’s almost spring! How’s your furnace doing? It’s been chugging along for months, working hard every day. It would be perfectly understandable if it was having a little bit of trouble by now. Certain problems, like the blower fan motor overheating or wearing out, or the flame sensor or burners getting too dirty to function, are more likely to happen after a long winter’s work. 

If your furnace is having trouble this close to the end of the winter, do you really need to get it fixed now? Couldn’t you wait until next fall and have your furnace repaired before you need to use it again next winter? We don’t recommend that. Here’s why.

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Indoor Air Quality Help for Allergy Season

February 26th, 2024

It might seem like winter’s been going on for a long time. But springtime will come again, and it won’t be long. And when it does come, you know what will come with it? Allergy season. Wouldn’t it be lovely if you could do something to prepare for allergy season and dramatically reduce your symptoms? You can! Get an air purifier!

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Is the Storage Tank Water Heater Now Obsolete?

February 12th, 2024

While water heaters can last for many years, and regular maintenance helps to maximize their life expectancy, there will eventually come a day when you need to start looking into water heater replacement. If that day has arrived, you’ll want to weigh your options carefully.

It might seem like you only ever hear about tankless water heater systems these days. Does anyone still use storage tank water heaters? Or is tankless the only way to go? We’ve got the information you need.

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Listen for These Warning Sounds of Heater Problems

January 15th, 2024

If you’re not a trained, qualified, experienced heating technician, it can be hard to tell when something starts to go wrong with your heating system. But the best way to keep problems small is to catch them as early as possible! How can you tell that your heating system is starting to encounter an issue, so you can have it fixed before it gets worse? Just listen for these sounds.

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