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Thinking Of Getting An AC Unit For Your Small Home?

If you have a small home but you can't take the heat, and you think you want to get some type of air conditioning unit, you want to call an HVAC service professional right away. If you are nervous about spending the money to invest in a unit, and you don't know if the cost is worth the investment, you have to be sure that you find the right type of unit. Read More 

Do You Need A New Air Conditioner? 6 Signs To Look Out For

Has your air conditioner stopped working as well as it once did? If so, it may be time to buy a new air conditioner for your home. Here are some signs that your air conditioner is on its last legs. Odors Odd odors that are coming from your air conditioner are a warning sign that something is wrong. A burning smell could be caused by motors that are overheating. Musty smells could be caused by mold that is growing inside the appliance. Read More 

Colder Inside The House Than It’s Outside? Warm Up Your House With These Tips

If your house feels colder inside than it does outside, it's time to check a few things around your home, including your furnace and air ducts. Debris can build up inside your furnace and air ducts throughout the year, even if you don't use them. When winter arrives, the buildup can keep warm air from circulating into your home. Follow the tips below to see if you can improve the airflow in your home. Read More 

How To Service Your AC’s Condenser Coils

The condenser unit is perhaps the most vital component of a central AC system. Many people don't realize that the condenser is actually the large appliance on the outside of the house that is often called the air conditioner. No matter what you call it, the condenser needs to be cleaned and serviced on a regular basis. The most important element of a condenser unit is the coil system. This article explains how the coils work, why they are so vital to your AC system, and how to simply clean them. Read More 

What to Look for in a Professional Furnace Tune-Up

As a homeowner, the last thing you want to deal with during the frigid winter months is a broken furnace. Not only can emergency repairs be expensive, but a non-working furnace on a cold day can put your home at risk of burst pipes and other expensive damage. The best way to avoid a mid-winter furnace problem is to schedule annual inspections with a reputable HVAC company. And by knowing that to look for in a furnace inspection, you can ultimately choose the right professional for the job. Read More