29 September 2022
Most modern furnaces, whether gas-powered or electric, have an internal low voltage fuse that protects the circuit board from power surges. When the furnace fuse has blown, your furnace will refuse to run when you try to turn it on at your thermostat. There's no way to completely prevent a blown furnace fuse, but understanding the reasons for this problem can help you recognize it in your own furnace. Here are three possible causes of a blown furnace fuse.
13 September 2022
Some parts of your air conditioner have a shorter lifespan than others. Sturdy parts such as the compressor may last the entire life of your AC, but parts like the capacitor may wear out much earlier and need to be replaced. Even if you keep up with maintenance, you may still need AC repairs occasionally to replace old parts. Here's a look at three small parts that can fail and cause your AC to malfunction.
24 August 2022
Have you just realized that your air conditioner isn't blowing enough cold air? You'll need to call a competent repair contractor to diagnose and fix the problem. However, you might wonder what might cause your AC to blow cold air. Here are the main reasons your AC might blow warm air and ways a professional can solve the problem. 1. Cleaning or Sealing Ductwork One of the common reasons for insufficient cool air circulation is blocked or leaking ducts.
1 August 2022
You expect the heating system in your home to heat every room in your home, right? So when you walk into one room and it's still freezing cold, it's normal to be a bit alarmed or annoyed. The other rooms in your home are comfortable and cozy, so why isn't that one? As it turns out, this issue usually comes down to one of the following problems with your HVAC system, all of which an HVAC contractor can address for you.
15 July 2022
If you see dust blowing out of your air vents in every room in your house, contact an HVAC contractor today. Your air ducts could be full of dust, dirt, and other debris. If your air ducts become too full with debris, they may eventually cause problems for your air conditioning system. Learn more about your dusty air ducts and how an HVAC contractor can clear them below. How Did Your Air Ducts Fill Up With Dust?
24 June 2022
Split system air conditioners have numerous advantages over ducted systems, especially when it comes to operating noise. Under normal conditions, the indoor blower unit(s) of your split system should run very quietly. If one or more indoor units are making more noise than usual, it could be a sign of underlying problems. Dirty air filters are one of the most common causes of excessive operating noise in split AC systems.
31 May 2022
An HVAC inspection is necessary to find out about the condition of various components of your heating and cooling units. It can be completed by a professional company, which is usually for the best because of the following things you'll gain access to: Understand What Red Flags to Keep a Lookout For An important aspect of inspecting an HVAC system is watching out for red flags. It could be a dirty air filter, loud noises around the condenser, or refrigerant leaking out of lines.
9 May 2022
One of the things that can make your spring and summer uncomfortable is warm air blowing from the air conditioning unit. In the hot months, you need an air conditioning system that constantly blows cool air in the home and keeps it cool. However, sometimes your unit will develop complications and keep blowing warm air, despite your efforts to lower the temperature in the thermostat. Here are four repair tips to fix an AC unit that keeps blowing warm air in your home.
12 April 2022
A new furnace installation is an exciting time when you can look forward to greater comfort and reduced energy costs. If this will be the first furnace installation you have scheduled for your home, you probably have some questions about what will happen on the day of installation. Here is a step-by-step guide to residential furnace installation so that you know exactly what to expect. Step 1: Pre-install Checks Your HVAC technician will have a list of tasks to complete before they install your new furnace to ensure that the process can be completed safely and efficiently.
22 March 2022
When the cold of winter sets in, you will want a properly working furnace to keep yourself and your loved ones warm. While your heating unit might be of excellent quality, it can still experience issues. Leaks are a common issue, but you can generally solve them through a furnace repair. Here are some possible reasons why your furnace may be leaking water. Damaged Humidifier A humidifier adds moisture to the dry winter air for your added comfort.