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Keeping Your HVAC System Free and Clear

After our heater stopped working altogether last winter, we realized that it might be time to consult with a professional. We called a family friend who is also an HVAC contractor and he came out right away to see what he could do. After taking a look at things, he told us that our vents were almost completely blocked with dust and dirt. He recommended a vent cleaning company to come out and help, and they removed loads of debris the next day with specialized suction tools. After that, our HVAC system ran almost perfectly. This blog is all about the importance of keeping your HVAC system free, clear, and functional.

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What Can You Do If Your Furnace Is Blowing Cold Air?
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Is your furnace blowing cold air instead of warmin

Your Pre-Installation Checklist For A Water Heater
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Before starting a water heater installation projec

3 Signs Your Air Conditioning Installation Might Be Pretty Affordable
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If you are thinking about installing a new air con

Losing Your Cool? Learn About These Symptoms Of A Looming Air Conditioner Compressor Failure
31 January 2020

The compressor is a major player in your air condi

Time For A New Heater? Why You Need A Licensed Contractor For The Project
2 January 2020

If you need to invest in a new heater for your hom

What Can You Do If Your Furnace Is Blowing Cold Air?

Is your furnace blowing cold air instead of warming up your home? There are a couple of things you can check on your own, but it can also be a sign that you need an urgent heating repair from a professional heating repair company. Here's what you should check. Is Your Thermostat Set to "On"? Your thermostat has two settings. "Auto" means the fan turns on and off when your thermostat reaches your set temperature and your home needs extra warm air to stay comfortable. Read More 

Your Pre-Installation Checklist For A Water Heater

Before starting a water heater installation project, whether on your own or by hiring a technician, it's a solid idea to prepare a checklist. Pay attention to these four items as you get ready. Check the Codes Even if you've previously dealt with an installation before, it's wise to get up to speed on what the current local, state, and federal codes for water heaters are. Many states have rules regarding local conditions, permit requirements, and licensing. Read More 

3 Signs Your Air Conditioning Installation Might Be Pretty Affordable

If you are thinking about installing a new air conditioning system, you could be worried about whether or not it's going to be expensive. Many people are pleasantly surprised to find that their air conditioning installations are not as expensive as they thought they would be. These are a few signs that your air conditioning installation could be pretty affordable. 1. You Live in a Smaller Home First of all, the size of your home will obviously impact the cost of your air conditioning installation. Read More 

Losing Your Cool? Learn About These Symptoms Of A Looming Air Conditioner Compressor Failure

The compressor is a major player in your air conditioning system. It is where the actual heat transfer process takes place that allows your central AC unit to blow cool air throughout your home.  If this component ceases to operate correctly due to damage, wear, age, or equipment failure, this process will become less efficient. While it is possible for an air conditioning system compressor to fail completely, it is more likely that they will provide some noticeable clues that a problem exists. Read More 

Time For A New Heater? Why You Need A Licensed Contractor For The Project

If you need to invest in a new heater for your home, you have a couple of options for the installation. Your first option is to do the job for yourself. Your second option is to hire an unlicensed contractor for the job. Your final option is to hire a licensed HVAC contractor for the job. While you may think that choosing one of the first two options is best for the project, that's not necessarily the case. Read More