4 Dangers Of Ignoring Air Conditioning Maintenance

Posted on: 15 April 2022

Air conditioning maintenance is something that a lot of people take for granted. They assume that because their air conditioner is working, it doesn't need any attention. However, this isn't always the case. Neglecting air conditioning maintenance can lead to a number of problems. So read on to learn more about why you should never put off air conditioner maintenance again.  1. Increased Energy Bills In the summer, air conditioning is a necessity for many people.
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Why You Should Call A Heating Repair Technician If Your Thermostat Has A Blank Display

Posted on: 25 March 2022

Most heating systems are designed to have a thermostat that controls your heater's temperatures. At optimal performance, the thermostat should accurately display your home's temperature and adjust it to comfortable levels. If the thermostat is displaying faded readings or not displaying anything at all, the batteries could be dead or the thermostat could be old or having programming issues. If this happens, the first thing you should do is to check the batteries to ensure they are correctly placed and that they are not dead.
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Keep The Heat On During Transitioning Weather: Getting Ready For Spring Weather When The Nights Are Still Cool

Posted on: 4 March 2022

Before the weather even begins to warm up, you need to think about your heating system. After being used all winter, your system could use a check before the temperature begins to rise. While spring and summer are some of the best times of the year, they can also be the toughest on your heating system. You should do several things before your first day of spring arrives. Preparing Heating for Spring Weather
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3 Characteristics Of A Short Cycling Furnace

Posted on: 8 February 2022

Short cycling is a problem that can occur with any type of HVAC equipment. A short cycling furnace can be incredibly frustrating during the cold winter months when it can leave your home feeling chilly and uncomfortable. Unfortunately, short cycling can also have even more severe consequences, including increased wear on furnace components and premature failures. In general, short cycling refers to any situation where the furnace shuts off too quickly.
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