18 September 2020
Air conditioning systems can be complicated enough that there is a range of problems and issues that they can experience. In order to prevent these issues from severely reducing the comfort inside your home or the performance of the system, repairs will need to be administered promptly when issues with the system start to arise. Freezing Coils And Vents An air conditioning system will need a series of coils and vents for the heat exchange process.
16 July 2020
In the hottest months of the summer, even great air conditioners can struggle to tackle the heat. Most residential air conditioners are designed to drop the temperature by about 20 degrees. (Try to make sure you're adjusting your temperature with the outside heat, or you could burn out the motor or do other damage to your AC unit.) You do know, however, that not getting enough cooling done is potentially a sign of when your air conditioner might need some work done, right?
16 July 2020
As the owner of a mobile home, you will be just as concerned about staying cool and comfortable at home than anyone else. Having a Central AC system installed in your mobile home is a viable option, but many falsehoods surround the idea. Here is a look at some of the more common falsehoodsand the real truths you should know. False: You can't install a central AC system in a mobile home.
12 June 2020
When the heating system in your home stops working unexpectedly, there are some things you can do to get it running again. If the problem is severe enough, you may need to call a heating system repair company to fix the problem. 1. Check Your Breakers Before you call the heating repair company, check the breakers in the electrical panel of your home and make sure the one for your heating system is on.
4 May 2020
When you turn on the air conditioner, you expect to hear the normal noises, such as a whoosh or a hum. However, when air conditioners break or start to fail, one of the first signs is often an unusual noise. Clicks and whirs that have always been part of the unit are no cause for alarm. However, when you start hearing the following sounds, you may need to call for AC repairs.
31 March 2020
Replacing and upgrading the air conditioning system that cools your home is an investment that will provide you with a comfortable place to live as well as increase the resale value of the house. Due to the major impacts that this update can have on the home, it is common for homeowners to want to invest time into learning more about how they can maximize this investment in their house.
27 February 2020
The cost that you pay for air conditioning services each summer depends a lot on where you live. People living in the hottest states, of course, will be more likely to experience really high bills. Your home energy is measured in kWh, and you'll pay a greater rate when your air conditioner is always on the fritz and draining energy. The key to making sure that your air conditioner is working for you and not against you is to have the assistance of a residential air conditioning technician that can handle any sorts of housecalls that you might need.
25 January 2020
If you're like most people, you don't think about your furnace once spring arrives. Unfortunately, that might not be the best approach to take, especially if you want to make sure your furnace is ready for use next winter. To give your furnace the protection it needs, you should actually schedule at least one maintenance call during the summer. Here are four reasons why mid-summer furnace maintenance is so important.
5 December 2019
Most light bulbs screw in and screw out for easy replacing. However, you may encounter that one light bulb that for whatever reason breaks off inside the socket at the base of the bulb. What do you do now? The bulb itself is essentially gone, but now you have the base of the bulb stuck in the electrical socket. Here is what an electrician might advise you to do about this particular problem.
6 November 2019
If you're having problems with an appliance in your home such as an air conditioner or stove that doesn't seem to have enough power or that trips a circuit breaker frequently, the problem may be in the electrical panel. You may need to call in an electrical contractor to determine the cause of the problem, and it would be good to do so without delay since operating an appliance with power issues could cause damage to the appliance or even be a fire hazard.