3 Mistakes You Don't Want To Make With Your Thermostat

Posted on: 24 January 2019

If you want to keep your heating bill down this winter, you may want to be smart about how much and how often you are adjusting your thermostat. Making too drastic of a change could cause needless wear and tear on your heating system. Here are three thermostat mistakes to avoid this winter. Thinking That Turning It Up Will Heat Things Faster When you get in your car and turn the heat up, the further up on the dial you go, the faster your car will become warm.
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Six Things To Do Before You Replace Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 14 December 2018

Replacing your air conditioner promptly when necessary will keep your household company and keep your home as efficient as possible. However, there are a few things you need to make sure you do before your new air conditioner is purchased and installed. The following are six things you should do before you replace your air conditioner: Make sure your air conditioner needs replaced Generally speaking, air conditioners and their components can be expected to last between 15 and 25 years.
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How To Replace An Electric Furnace's Blower Motor In A Motor Home

Posted on: 5 November 2018

If your mobile home's furnace has stopped blowing out hot air when you turn on the thermostat, then it's very likely the blower motor has failed. Typically, before the blower motor stops working, it will make gravely or squealing noises when the furnace is running. If you have been hearing them, then this is almost guaranteed to be the problem. The squealing and gravely noises come from the bearings inside of the blower motor itself.
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Making The Switch From Summer To Winter – Prepping Your Ac Unit

Posted on: 5 October 2018

It's that time of year again—the time to shut down the air conditioning unit and fire up the furnace. Is there anything that you need to do to the air conditioning unit to protect it for the winter? Absolutely—here's a few tips for preparing your air conditioning unit for months of winter abuse. Kill the Power The unit will not need to be powered during the winter, so the first thing that you can do is flip the breaker that powers the unit.
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