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3 Important Maintenance Steps That Can Help You Circumvent Costly Residential Heater Repairs

12 June 2018
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The furnace is such an important component to your home, especially during the winter months. It can only do its job effectively and efficiently, though, if it's maintained year-round. If you neglect this aspect, you could be looking at costly heating repair. Prevent them from happening by taking these maintenance steps regularly.  Lubricate the Blower Motor  The blower motor is responsible for circulating warm air and sending it into your home.
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3 Signs Your Central AC Unit’s Compressor Is Failing

7 May 2018
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After noticing that your home's vents are blowing warm air when your air conditioner is running, you may suspect that there is a serious problem with the unit. If so, look for the following signs that your central AC unit's compressor is starting to fail. Compressor Begins Hard-Starting Normally, whenever the AC unit kicks on, the compressor makes a low humming noise as it starts up and refrigerant is pumped through the component.
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What To Consider When Choosing A Window AC

19 March 2018
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A window air conditioner (AC) is relatively inexpensive, doesn't consume too much energy, doesn't occupy much space, and is pretty versatile. Still, you will only enjoy these and other advantages of window AC if you choose the right one. Here are some things to focus on when choosing a good window AC unit: Noise Levels As you would expect, a window AC is installed right on the window connected to the room that is to be air-conditioned.
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What’s Causing Your Gas Furnace To Leak Water?

9 February 2018
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When most homeowners think of a water leak, they tend to think of water leaking from a burst pipe, a faulty appliance, or a cracked water heater tank. Most would never imagine that their gas furnace could be a potential source of leaking water. However, gas furnaces actually produce a fair amount of water, so leaks are not unheard of. By having a better understanding of how gas furnaces work and why they sometimes leak, you can more quickly diagnose a leaky furnace in your home.
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Is It Time To Repair Or Replace Your Air Conditioner?

30 December 2017
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Your air conditioner is an appliance that you can live without, but should you have to? With proper maintenance and care, your air conditioner could last for quite a few years. Throughout those years though, you could end up with a breakdown of your system here and there. You should know when it's time to throw in the towel and purchase a new system or when you should just repair your system.
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About Me
heating and cooling a tranformed attic

When my husband and I made the decision to transform the attic into a home office, we didn't think about how that would impact our home heating and cooling system. This space has been complete for about a year now, and it is always cold in the winter and hot in the summer. We decided that, before this winter hit, we would have an HVAC technician come out and see what could be done to improve the heating and cooling of the space. Find out what you can do to heat and cool these areas of the home here on my blog.