Plumbing Problems That You Have To Deal With In Spring Before They Become Expensive

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There are many issues with your plumbing that can start over the winter months. Sometimes, these plumbing problems are minor issues, but they can get worse as the weather gets warmer. Therefore, there are repairs that need to be done now to ensure you do not have any problems. The following plumbing problems are some of the issues that you may want to have repaired this spring: Cracked Pipes with Growing Leaks

3 February 2021

Why Is Your Furnace Overheating?

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Have you noticed that your furnace is making some weird noises? Or maybe it is putting off a burning smell? After doing one or both of these things, your furnace may just switch off altogether and you can't get it to come back on. These signs are indicative of an overheating system, which requires immediate professional attention. However, it is important to understand what may be causing the problem. Keep reading to learn more.

30 December 2020

Choosing The Best Furnaces For More Efficient Winter Heating And Lower Energy Bills

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The furnace for your HVAC system could be outdated and inefficient. Therefore, you will want to consider upgrading your heating system to reduce your winter heating costs. There are a lot of options for more efficient furnaces. The following furnaces and HVAC upgrades are some of the best choices to reduce winter heating costs: Modern Efficient Furnace Designs There are several options for the furnace for forced-air heating systems. First, there are conventional furnaces, and then there are options like hydro-air heating.

24 November 2020

Reasons The Drain Valve On Your Water Heater May Need Repairs

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If you happen to notice a puddle of water near your water heater, you may feel frustrated over the mess and worried your water heater is ruined. However, a leak from the water heater doesn't always mean the heater needs to be replaced. A water heater repair service can find the source of the leak and then make repairs if possible. A common cause of leaking from the bottom of your water heater is a bad drain valve.

22 October 2020

Is A Ductless AC Right For Me?

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Sometimes, you don't need a gigantic central air conditioning system that can pump out thousands of pounds of air to every corner of a gigantic house. What you need instead is a single unit that can cool a single room down to a certain temperature, without tying it into the existing HVAC system (if you have one). In situations like that, ductless air conditioning may be perfect for you. What Is Ductless Air Conditioning?

21 September 2020

Compressor Problems and AC Repairs You Will Need to Get Cooling Again

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The biggest problem with air conditioners during the summer months is the compressor not working. Sometimes these problems may be due to minor issues like the unit icing over, but they can also be more serious. Therefore, you want to know what is causing your AC compressor to not cool your home as it should. The following compressor problems and AC repairs will help ensure your home stays cool: Freezing and icing of AC components—During summer weather, the AC can strain to keep your home cool when maintenance has not been done on components like the coil and compressor.

17 August 2020

Helpful Air Conditioning Services That Homeowners Should Take Advantage Of

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If you have a home with centralized cooling, then it's important to take good care of it so that you're not having to deal with costly repairs often. This will be a lot easier to do when you take advantage of the following air conditioning services offered by HVAC contractors. Duct Cleaning If you let your ducts get too dirty, then the airflow of your cooling system can get restricted. Not only does this lead to insufficient cool air, but it can also make your AC unit work harder and then not last for as long.

20 July 2020

Does Your Air Conditioner Stink? What You Need to Know

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With the weather warming up for the season, many homeowners are turning on their central air conditioning for the first time this year. If you turn yours on only to notice a foul odor in your home, that's a sign that something isn't right. Instead of trying to cover it up with scented filters and air fresheners, here's a look at some of the common causes of air conditioning odors so you can address the problem at its source.

12 June 2020

4 Furnace Repair Tips to Help You Get Ready to Turn the Heating off And Crank up the AC This Summer

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As the weather gets warmer, you have probably already turned the heating off in your home. This does not mean the maintenance and repairs to your furnace still are over. There are some things that you will want to do now to get ready to crank up the AC and ensure you do not have problems when it is time to turn the heating back on when the weather gets cold again.

8 May 2020

The Homeowners Guide To Adding Renewable Solar Energy To Residential Heating Systems

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If you want to have an efficient energy system for your home, solar energy is a renewable resource that can be added to many existing and new heating systems. If you want to add renewable solar energy to your heating system, it is a good idea to plan these improvements and know where you will benefit the most from these investments. The following guide will help you add renewable solar energy to your home.

2 April 2020