Learning About Air Conditioning Repairs

How To Improve Your HVAC Airflow

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The efficiency of your HVAC system is reliant on several important factors, and airflow is one of the most significant. If your airflow is being blocked or slowed down in any way, it doesn’t really matter how new and energy efficient your major appliances are. For example, even if you have the newest, most energy efficient furnace, it won’t be using its maximum potential if the air is not freely flowing. Read More»

3 Gas Furnace Maintenance Tips to Keep the Repairman Away & Save

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If you have ever had your furnace quite during extremely cold nights, you know how frustrating it can be to wait for repairs. It is also costly to have your furnace repaired during the busy season or at odd hours. To ensure you do not have to make it through another cold night with no heat, here are a few furnace maintenance tips to keep the repairman away: 1. Clean Your Filter, Vents & Furnace for More Efficient Airflow Read More»

Two Easy HVAC Cleans

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Is your HVAC system not quite as efficient as it used to be? Over time, your system is probably going to become less efficient as certain components get worn and dirty. As a homeowner, you need to always do your part to keep certain components as clean as possible. There are two simple jobs that homeowners can handle on their own. Cleaning Inside Your Furnace Cleaning the inside of your furnace is obviously very important. Read More»

How To Extend The Life Of Your Home's Air Conditioner

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Your home’s air conditioner is an appliance you don’t think about until it isn’t working properly. If you are looking for some ways to get more life out of your home air conditioner before it needs repair or replacement, be sure to do these 4 things. Change the Air Filters An air conditioner needs a clean air filter to run efficiently. If not, it is just going to work harder than it has to when cooling down your home. Read More»

Why You Shouldn't Use Window Unit Air Conditioners In Your Rental Properties

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If you own rental properties, you might be looking for the most affordable ways that you can provide air conditioning for your tenants. Because of this, you might not want to spring for a residential HVAC unit installation for each rental unit. Instead, you might be thinking about using window unit air conditioners. Even though these can work in a pinch, they generally aren’t the best option for rental units. Here’s why. Read More»