Scheduling Your Furnace Replacement: 3 Tips

Posted on: 23 November 2022

Getting a new furnace is exciting. You probably can't wait to be warmer this winter, all while enjoying a more efficient furnace that works more quietly than your old one. Before you can bask in the warmth of your new furnace, however, you need to schedule the replacement installation. That should not be too difficult since HVAC companies usually aim to make scheduling as easy as possible for you. However, there are a few tips you should follow for a smooth, seamless experience.
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Frozen AC Coils – It's Probably Not What You Think!

Posted on: 8 November 2022

If you have an older or poorly maintained air conditioning system, you may have noticed your evaporator coils freezing up when you push the system a little bit too hard. Your evaporator coils sit at one end of the refrigerant cycle, and their job is to transfer heat from your home into the refrigerant. As a result, the coils can become fairly cold relative to the surrounding air. Since the coils are cold, moisture will condense onto them, which is why your air conditioning system can dehumidify the air.
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Useful Measures To Take When Scheduling Repair Services With An AC Company

Posted on: 18 October 2022

Eventually, your residential AC system may suffer such a serious problem that professionals have to repair it. Maybe it's coolant leaking out or the AC not even starting. When you go to schedule repair services with a company, here are some things you'll want to do right off the bat. Check Simple Things First  Before you have an AC repair contractor come out to your property, it doesn't hurt to check one more time if simple fixes can address your cooling issue.
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Things You Should Let Your HVAC Repair Tech Know About

Posted on: 29 September 2022

When your AC is acting up, the natural solution is to call an HVAC technician and ask them to make repairs. When they arrive, they will often ask you to tell them about the problems you're having. The more details you can offer at this point, the better. Details will help your HVAC contractor figure out what's wrong and what they need to fix. Unfortunately, homeowners do not always realize quite what details are important to know.
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