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How to Keep Your Cool When the Mercury is Rising

When the heat is rising to record-breaking levels, it can be really tough to stay cool. This summer, I found that my air conditioner had trouble keeping up with the temperatures. It wasn't that the AC wasn't working, it was just that I couldn't seem to get my house cooled down as much as I wanted. I worried that I would have to replace the whole AC system. Luckily, I have a good friend who works as an HVAC contractor. He took a look at my system and gave good news -- it didn't need to be replaced. Instead, he shared a lot of tips for helping my air conditioner work more efficiently, as well as some ideas to help supplement the AC and keep the house cooler. I'm using those tips to create this blog to share ways for all of us to keep cool on the hottest days.

Anatomy Of A Repair: Diagnosing A Pressure Switch Error Code

1 February 2022
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There's a world of difference between do-it-yourself solutions to HVAC problems and professional repairs. While many small things around the home are easy to fix, your gas furnace can be a surprisingly sophisticated piece of machinery, and it often requires careful diagnosis. Not taking this complexity into account can lead to failed repairs or wasted money on unnecessary parts replacements. This guide will go over the anatomy of a seemingly straightforward exhaust fan repair and explain some potential pitfalls that can lead to an inaccurate diagnosis and wasted money. Read More …

Why Replacing Your Residential Boiler Is Important After Twenty Years Of Service

20 December 2021
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The boiler in your home heats the water for your heating system, and in some cases, also handles the domestic hot water you use daily. Often boilers work for many years but having a new boiler installation done to replace the aging unit has some specific benefits and can save you money.  New Boilers A new boiler has a few essential details if you are considering an upgrade. Newer boiler systems are smaller and take up less space in the basement of your home. Read More …

What Makes Mini-Split Air Conditioning Superior To A Window Unit?

3 December 2021
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Central air conditioning systems have some clear distinctions over the window units you might find in many older homes or apartments. These air conditioners use ductwork systems to distribute cold air from a central evaporator, allowing them to cool an entire house with a single set of equipment. However, these centralized systems aren't the only option for upgrading your home's AC. Mini-split units aren't a new technology, but they're gaining some ground in the US. Read More …

The HVAC Repair Guide To Deal With Issues That Come Up As The Seasons Change

26 October 2021
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When it comes to HVAC repair, there are a number of common problems that may come up in homes and businesses in the spring and fall months. With winter almost here, it's important to be aware of the problems that come with the season. By knowing what kinds of problems you're likely to run into, you can take proactive steps to prevent them from occurring in order to ensure you'll have a comfortable home throughout winter. Read More …

Air Conditioning Projects To Start Planning This Fall For Lower Energy Bills Next Summer

12 October 2021
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As the fall weather brings cooler temperatures, it might be time to start planning on staying cool next summer. You might want to start planning AC projects while you are having your heating system serviced for the winter months. The following air conditioning projects are some of the things you might want to start planning while the weather's cool: Thorough AC Tune-Up One of the first things that you might want to do is a thorough AC tune-up. Read More …