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Why A Sinking Air Conditioning Pad Is A Big Deal

6 March 2019
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If your air conditioning unit is like many, then it might be located outside and might be placed on a concrete pad. Concrete is a popular choice because it can last for a long time and because it provides a steady, hard and flat surface for your air conditioning unit to sit on top of. However, even concrete pads that are installed properly can begin to sink over time. This is caused by various things, such as the soil underneath and around the concrete eroding away because of rain. Read More …

Parts of Your Furnace That Need to Be Cleaned Regularly

22 January 2019
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Your furnace lasts longer and needs fewer repairs when it's cleaned out regularly. Having the furnace cleaned before the heating season begins is the best option, but it can be done at any time. The furnace has to be shut off during the process, so cleaning and servicing it when the weather isn't too cold is probably a good idea. However, if a dirty furnace is not functioning properly, then it's better to call a technician for service right away rather than wait for warmer weather. Read More …

Air Conditioning System Coolant 101 - Faqs From Curious Homeowners

12 December 2018
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Your home's air conditioning system works really hard to keep you comfortable inside your home, but if you are like a lot of homeowners, you do not know a lot about what makes this process occur. One of the components that make your air conditioner function is the coolant that it relies on. Coolant, which is also sometimes referred to as refrigerant, has the ability to drastically drop temperatures of air as it slips over coils that contain the coolant. Read More …

When What’s Hot Is Not So Hot: Furnaces Running Cold And What To Do Next

9 November 2018
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Furnaces are supposed to be hot. Hot is what they do. However, if your furnace is not so hot, or is even running cold, you need a furnace repair technician. Here is what you should do next until the technician arrives and how the technician will diagnose and fix the problem. Keep Everyone Warm There are a dozen different ways to keep everyone warm until the technician arrives. Blankets are the best option. Read More …

Is Your Refrigerant Low? Warning Signs To Look For

7 October 2018
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If your air conditioner does not blow cold air, the problem could be due to a low level of refrigerant. An air conditioner requires refrigerant to create cold air. As time goes on, the refrigerant could leak out and prevent the air conditioner from working properly. Here are some warning signs of low refrigerant: Reduced Cold Air When the refrigerant levels get too low, your air conditioner will not produce cold air. Read More …