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A/C Blowing Warm Air? What This Could Mean

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If your air conditioning is running, but it’s warm air coming through your vents rather than cool air, there’s a problem. Your air conditioner is running, which that part is good, but you are going to need to have a few things done to your system in order to get it working properly again. Read on for what type of issue this could be and what you may be able to do about it. Read More»

Central HVAC Can Be A Good Choice For Rentals

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If you manage rentals and you don’t have an HVAC system in the units you rent, then you have likely found that your units are somewhat hard to get rented. You may not realize that a lack of heating and air conditioning is what’s making it harder for you to rent your units and to keep longer renters, but it will likely be one of the big reasons. Also, you may not be getting the amount of rent for your places that you would if you could offer the people that rent them heating and AC. Read More»

A Guide to Handling Your Home Plumbing Services

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On average, American households use a whopping 400 gallons of water each and every day. Not only is this a huge source of energy use, but it also illustrates that your plumbing system is arguably the most used fixture in your household. Because of this, you should begin getting to know a little bit about how your plumbing system actually works. In addition to finding a qualified plumbing technician to help you out with any sorts of services you need, give yourself the chance to ramp up your maintenance and repairs as needed. Read More»

Surprising Benefits Of A New Air Conditioner

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You might have to replace your air conditioning system either because it has stopped working and can’t be fixed or because the cost of fixing it would cost you nearly as much as a new one. Or, you might just know that your old air conditioner is past its prime and you would do best by having it replaced with a new system. Either way, you know that your new air conditioner is going to last you longer. Read More»

How To Shut Down Your Furnace For Summer

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With summer just around the corner it is time to shut down the furnace for the season. The following are the necessary shut down tasks for your specific type of furnace. Electric Models Electric furnaces do not need to be completely shut down in the summer. In fact, it may not be possible since AC units are often on the same circuit as a furnace and may even share central blower systems. Read More»

3 Mistakes To Avoid When Hiring A Heating Installation Company

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If your furnace is old and keeps breaking down, it may be a good idea to find a new unit. After you’ve found the right replacement, it’s important to have a professional heating company take care of this installation. Finding the right one will be easy if you avoid these mistakes.  Not Looking at Reviews There are a lot of homeowners that fail to examine customer reviews, either because they’re in a hurry or they just trust the heating installation company right from the start. Read More»

Keys For Getting Quality Furnace Repair Service

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Taking care of your furnace is important, particularly since some 40 percent of the energy sector is from home and commercial energy use. By taking the time to manage the use and condition of your furnace, you will be in a great position to keep your home at its best and manage the way your energy is accounted for. You should hire the assistance of the best furnace professionals that you can find and use the points below to get whatever kinds of repair work you need most. Read More»

The Problem With Air Ducts

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Many homes come with air ducts, with the role of the air duct being to circulate air throughout the home. However, there are many ways in which air ducts can be inconvenient and can cost you money. Installation Air ducts are a pain to install. You will have to rip open walls to install the air ducts. If you have a historical home, you will need to make irreparable damage. Most HVAC systems require some modifications to your home, but air ducts are among the most intrusive. Read More»

Why Your AC Compressor Might Fail

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The compressor is one of the most critical components of your air conditioner (AC). In fact, some people call the compressor the heart of the AC since the AC cannot function with a compromised compressor. Knowing why the compressor might fail can help you prevent compressor problems. Here are some of the common causes of compressor malfunctions. Call an AC repair shop today if you experience any of the following.  Read More»

Buy A Property That Has Been Abanoned: Don't Turn On Heat Or Air And Avoid Hot Water Until Everything Checks Out

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Buying a home through an estate sale is often an easy way to get a house for lower than the value or the market cost, but it often it means you are getting a house that maybe wasn’t maintained properly. If someone elderly was living in it for years before they passed and the house then sat in probate for months or longer, it may not be in the best condition, along with the HVAC appliances. Read More»