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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Four Things To Check Out If You Suspect An A/C Problem

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Protecting your air conditioner means paying attention to some issues before they cause the unit to fail. If you suspect something is going wrong, investigate the following. Faulty Filters   Sometimes an air conditioning problem can be resolved right away; this is especially true if the problem is that you haven't checked the house's filters in some time. If air is unable to pass freely throughout your system, the air that comes into your living spaces might not seem that strong and you may not feel as cool when you turn on your air conditioner.
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Should You Replace Or Repair Your A/C Unit? How To Know

Posted on: 25 April 2017

Your air conditioner is responsible for keeping you and your family cool in those sweltering summer months. An air conditioner isn't a necessity to have in your home, but it sure is a nice convenience to have. A breakdown of your air conditioner isn't something you want to have, although a repair here and there may not be too bad, but an excessive amount of repairs may put a serious dent in your pocket book.
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Is Your Air Conditioner Leaking Refrigerant?

Posted on: 24 April 2017

Inside the coils of your air conditioner, there is a liquid known as refrigerant. It is specially designed to expand and contract as it changes temperature. Its ability to absorb heat from the air is what allows your air conditioner to cool your home. One problem that can occur, however, is that the coil starts leaking refrigerant. Here's a closer look at this problem and how to tell if it's to blame for your air conditioner's issues.
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