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Does Your Air Conditioner Have A Broken Start Capacitor?

Your air conditioner has a part called the start capacitor. This electrical component is responsible for allowing electricity to begin flowing through the rest of the AC unit when it first turns on. While the start capacitor is a small part, having it fail has big consequences for the overall operation of your air conditioner. Therefore, as someone with an air conditioner, you should be aware of the signs of a broken start capacitor and what to do if your AC unit develops this problem. Read More 

The Do’s And Don’ts Of AC Routine Maintenance

What are the do's and don'ts of AC routine maintenance? Your system is on for the season and primed to keep your house cold. But this doesn't mean you can set it and forget it. Take a look at what homeowners need to know about air conditioning maintenance, energy efficiency, repairs, and the best ways to prevent wear and tear. Do Schedule AC Maintenance Every Year More specifically, do schedule AC maintenance every year whether you think the system needs it or not. Read More 

Learn To Spot The Need For An Electrician

It is very important to make sure that you are well aware of the signs of electrical trouble in a house. This way, you will know when it is time to locate a reputable electrician so you can schedule for them to inspect your electrical system. They can diagnose the issue and give you details regarding what is needed to fix the problem. They will also provide a written price quote. Read More 

Why Isn’t Your Furnace’s Ignition Switch Working?

If your furnace is blowing cold air, cycles on and off too often, or simply won't fire up, then you could have a problem with your ignition switch. Sometimes, the switch itself has a fault; other times, it won't work because of a problem somewhere else in your system. Read on to learn about some of the common reasons why furnace ignition switches stop working. Your Ignition Switch Has a Fault Read More 

Tired Of High Energy Bills When The Temperature Outside Rises? Call A Residential AC Service Expert

If your energy bills and electrical expenses in the summer are too high and you feel that your house isn't even as cool as you would like, it's time to consider replacing your air conditioner. This could help to lower the use of energy throughout the warmer months, and help you get the relief from the heat that you want. First, have your current air conditioning unit tested by a residential heating and cooling company. Read More