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2019

How To Prevent Your New AC Unit From Tipping Over

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If you live in a part of the country that gets a lot of rain, then chances are that you run into some soil runoff in your garden; especially if the ground underneath it isn’t compacted. One of the most frustrating things about getting a lot of moisture is that it can cause a host of problems in your yard like tipping over your air conditioning unit.  When your AC unit isn’t balanced, it can tip over and stop working right away. Read More»

Getting Your First AC Unit? 3 Things To Talk To Your Installer About

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If you have been living in a house that has a swamp cooler or ac window unit, you may spend most of your hot summer days sweating inside more than you may care to admit. Imagine how much more comfortable your everyday life would be if you had a central air conditioning unit instead? Although a unit can cost you several thousand dollars, they can also save you from a lot of misery in the middle of summer. Read More»

It's Not Worth The Wait: 2 Reasons You Shouldn't Postpone AC Repairs

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If your air conditioner is giving you problems, but you’ve decided to wait on the repairs, you might want to rethink that decision. Waiting on repairs can actually make the matter much worse. The best way to protect your air conditioner, and ensure a cool summer, is to take care of those minor repairs as soon as you identify them. Here are just two of the reasons why you shouldn’t wait to take care of those air conditioner repairs. Read More»

New Furnace Buying Guide For Homeowners

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As a homeowner, you often face the task of hiring professionals to perform repairs and upgrades on various aspects of your house. For instance, you may have to hire someone to come in and repair or replace your roof. At no point does a homeowner look forward to the expense involved with repairs, upgrades or replacements, but it is a part of home ownership that every buyer must eventually face. Read More»

The Homeowner's Guide To Dealing With Plumbing Problems Before They Become Too Expensive

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If you are a homeowner, maintenance to things like the roof, exterior of your home and mechanical systems are things that you will have to deal with regularly. Knowing how to deal with problems like plumbing leaks, clogged drains, and winter pipe damage can greatly reduce damage and the cost of repairs to fix issues with plumbing. The following simple guide will help you deal with some of the most common plumbing problems and get them under control before they turn into expensive repair and renovation projects: Read More»

Three Common Noises That Indicate Air Conditioner Issues

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Malfunctioning air conditioning systems can exhibit a number of different noises. Understanding what a few of the most common noises associated with a damaged air conditioner are and what the problems those noises point to are can help you diagnose problems quickly. This can help an HVAC professional repair your system quickly, reducing the chances of additional mechanical problems developing and restoring your system’s efficiency as quickly as possible. Whistling Read More»

4 Plumbing Maintenance Tips For Radiant Heating As Winter Comes To An End

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There are many different types of heating systems, which include radiant heating. With radiant heating systems, the maintenance and repairs that need to be done are different than conventional forced-air HVAC. These systems need plumbing maintenance to ensure that they are working and do not cause problems in your home. Here are some plumbing maintenance tips to help with caring for your radiant heating as winter comes to an end: Read More»

3 Helpful Tips When Having a New AC Unit Installed on Your Property

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If your AC has broken down and needs to be replaced, it’s important to proceed carefully when having a new unit installed. To ensure this process goes as smoothly as possible, you’ll want to utilize these tips.  Research Replacement Options  Before your new AC unit can be installed, you first need to select a replacement system. There are many factors to consider when making this decision. For instance, you need to come up with a budget. Read More»