Don't Neglect Your Ducts During Your AC Install

Posted on: 4 June 2021

Most homeowners replace their air conditioning systems only as components begin to fail and the cost of ongoing repairs becomes unacceptable. As a result, many new installs are less about upgrading and more about restoring a worn-out and struggling system. Rushing to bring your air conditioner back online can mean neglecting several important considerations, however. Although you probably don't give it nearly as much thought as your condenser unit or air handler, your ductwork is an essential part of your HVAC system.
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3 Signs It Is Time To Get Your Home's AC System Serviced

Posted on: 10 May 2021

Keeping up with proper maintenance is an important part of ensuring your home's air conditioning system keeps your home cool all summer long. While most residential air conditioning contractors will recommend that you schedule a maintenance appointment once a year in order to keep your air conditioner in tip-top shape, it may be necessary to have your AC system serviced sooner if you are experiencing any of these warning signs. These signs alert you to minor issues within your air conditioning system that can result in more serious problems if not taken care of right away.
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A Home Energy Efficiency Audit Helps You Reduce Waste And Save Money On Your Power Bill

Posted on: 15 April 2021

You can buy the most energy-efficient HVAC unit on the market and still waste energy if your home has air leaks or poor insulation. Before you invest in home upgrades to improve energy efficiency, consider having a home energy efficiency audit done. Here are some things you may find out when you get the results. Where Drafts Come From Insulating your home is important for energy efficiency, but so is sealing off drafts and air leaks.
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Why Engage A Heating Contractor To Do A Furnace Tune-Up?

Posted on: 2 April 2021

When was the last time you had your HVAC furnace inspected? The HVAC system's working components are largely unseen. You only notice something is wrong when the unit stops working. By then, the damage is often very costly. The furnace is integral to the heating system. You should have a heating contractor perform a tune-up at least once a year. A furnace tune-up involves: Inspecting and recalibrating the thermostat Cleaning the furnace burners  Testing the limit and safety switches  Checking for loose electrical connections  Testing the pilot system  A heating contractor can identify a fault in any of these components and fix it before the damage spreads.
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