How To Fix Your Pilot Light

Posted on: 13 May 2017

You don't always need to call a heating expert to fix your furnace. While most advanced electrical and gas issues should definitely be serviced by professionals, there might be a simpler solution to your problem. One very common issue with a furnace is that the pilot light is not lit. This leaves your furnace unable to power on to produce and circulate hot air. Here is the safest way to check your pilot light and relight it if necessary.
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Five Reasons Clean HVAC Filters Are So Important

Posted on: 10 May 2017

Tips about maintaining HVAC systems often list the importance of cleaning or replacing your filter on a regular basis. In many cases, this is a step you can take on your own, or you can have an HVAC professional do it as part of your annual service appointment. However, you may be wondering why clean filters are so important? Here's a look at the top reasons. 1. Dirty Filters Affect Your Air Quality
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AC Repairs That Can Be Eliminated With Regular Maintenance

Posted on: 9 May 2017

AC repairs are never fun, especially in the middle of a hot summer. Fortunately, many AC repairs can be eliminated completely as long as you follow a regular maintenance schedule. Here are a few AC repairs that can easily be avoided: Water Leaks:  Water leaks from the AC system occur when the drain to release the moisture in the condensation coils is blocked. Instead of taking the water outside of the home, it is pooling inside, which can cause significant water damage in your home where ever the indoor unit is located.
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Why You Should Have An HVAC Technician Clean Your Duct Work

Posted on: 5 May 2017

At least once a year, you will want to call to set up an appointment with an HVAC technician in order to have all of your duct work cleaned. Continue to read through the following helpful points so you understand why it's important to have this inspection completed. It Gives Them A Chance To Spot Trouble You will want to make sure that all of your duct work in the house is in great shape before you turn on the forced air for the winter.
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