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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Hide & Seek: 3 Ways to Keep Your Central Air Conditioner Out of Sight

Posted on: 1 May 2017

Your air conditioner does a great job of keeping your home cool and comfortable. Unfortunately, it's not going to win any beauty contests anytime soon. When it comes to beautifying your front or back yard, that telltale gray box that comprises your air conditioner's outdoor condensing unit tends to stick out like a sore thumb. As it turns out, it's not too difficult to keep your outdoor air conditioning unit out of sight.
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Home Cooling Tips For A New Home Owner

Posted on: 26 April 2017

When you are a new homeowner it can be a tad overwhelming. There are so many things you have to learn in order to keep your home and all its systems running smoothly. Just one of the many areas of concern you may have is your central HVAC unit. The good news is that this type of system is easy to maintain. The bad news is if you don't do the minimum required to keep it running smoothly then you can wind up spending a great deal of time and money dealing with problems.
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