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Central Air Conditioner Installation & How It Functions

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Do you believe that a central air conditioning system is an expensive investment that is unnecessary because a portable fan can serve the same purpose? If you have to run one or more fans all day just to achieve a temperature that can be coped with, you are not only running up energy costs, but the air is not likely as cold as you desire it to be. The worst thing about using portable fans is that they don’t actually produce any cold air but circulate warm air that is already in the house. Read More»

Does Your AC Unit Run R-22? You Might Need To Have A New One Installed

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In most cases, if your air conditioner springs a refrigerant leak, or otherwise loses refrigerant, you can call in an AC repair service. They can come “recharge” the air conditioner and also seal the leak so that the unit does not lose refrigerant again. However, recharging an air conditioner is not always possible anymore. In 2020, a refrigerant called R-22 was phased out completely, which means you can no longer recharge an air conditioner that runs this refrigerant. Read More»

Converting An Older Home To Central Heat And Air? Helpful Furnace Installation Tips

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While becoming rarer, there are still many older, occupied, or for-sale homes that do not have central heating and air conditioning. These homes were typically built a half-century or more ago when centralized HVAC systems were either not commonly available or prohibitively expensive.  The oldest among these homes often used radiant heat of some type, such as wood stoves and fireplaces, or gas heaters, oil wall heaters, or free-standing heaters that included the ability to circulate the warmed air via an attached fan system. Read More»

When Is The Best Time To Get Your Central AC System Replaced And Why?

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As springtime comes around, it is a good time to start preparing your home for summer, and one thing you might need to think about if your central air conditioning system. If your system is really old and was acting up a lot last year, now might be a good time to consider having it examined and evaluated for a replacement. Replacing an HVAC system is something you will eventually need to do in any home, and here are some things to know about timing the replacement. Read More»

2 Mistakes That Could Cause Damage to Your Central A/C Unit in Winter

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Once the weather turns colder, your priority probably shifts from keeping your house cool to kicking on the heat to warm it up inside. As a result, you may be focused on getting the heater ready and forget about the central A/C unit sitting outside, thinking that you simply need to switch the thermostat to the heat setting. However, the unit needs to be prepared for the winter weather, and if you make the following mistakes, those mistakes could cause damage to your air conditioner. Read More»

Furnace Causing You Problems? It Could Be Due To These Issues

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Of all the heating methods available, gas furnaces are very common to use for offices and commercial spaces. However, these appliances can run into problems after years of use. Here are some issues you may run into with your business’s gas furnace. Electrical Issues Nobody wants to deal with a furnace that doesn’t produce heat, but it is a reality you will one day have to deal with as a business owner. Read More»

Four Signs Your Electric Wiring May Be Unsafe

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Electricity enables you to enjoy lights, use your coffee maker, heat your home, and more. But while it is a nice convenience, it also comes with a few risks — that of fire and shock — particularly when your wiring is old or poorly maintained. You can prevent fires and shocks by remaining on the lookout for signs of electrical problems before they get too serious. Here are four such warning signs that your electrical wiring may be unsafe. Read More»

Why Does Home Air Quality Matter So Much?

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When it comes to taking care of your home, you want your family to breathe only the best air. Air quality indoors is determined by a few factors, but the outside air alone isn’t enough to help determine just how healthy your interior air actually is. In reality, the HVAC system or cooling and heating system you have in your house will largely affect whether your home has clean air or if the air quality needs some certain improvements. Read More»

Are Your Refrigerant Lines Iced Over Or Covered With Condensation?

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If your outdoor refrigerant lines are icy or dripping with condensation, call an air conditioning technician now. Your coolant lines could have some serious issues to repair. If you don’t fix your lines soon, it could affect your air conditioning system later. Learn how ice and condensation forms on refrigerant lines and the solutions for it below. What’s Going On With Your Coolant Lines? Your cooling system should feature two distinct copper-colored refrigerant lines or pipes. Read More»

Need To Save On Air Conditioning? 3 Summertime Tips

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Summertime heat can take quite a toll on your monthly power bill, especially if you like the cool, crisp feeling of air conditioning. Although it can seem difficult to control costs when the sun is glaring, the fact of the matter is that there is a lot you can do to curb your spending. Here are three summertime tips for lowering your monthly air conditioning bill during the summer.  1.    Block Out Vacation Dates Read More»