3 Signs Your Central AC Has A Refrigerant Leak

Posted on: 8 November 2021

The idea that air conditioners "use up" refrigerant over time is a common misconception. If your AC is low on refrigerant, a leak must be to blame. Unfortunately, you can continue using your air conditioner with low refrigerant for an extended period if you don't know how to identify this problem. This guide will help to familiarize you with three signs your central air-conditioning has a refrigerant leak. 1. Frozen Coils or Refrigerant Lines
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4 Reasons Why Your Furnace Isn't Blowing Cold Air

Posted on: 8 October 2021

When you turn on your furnace, you expect it to pump out hot air to warm up your home. If you turned your furnace on and found that cold air was coming out of your vents, various issues could be causing this to occur. Reason #1: Thermostat If your furnace isn't blowing out warm air, check and ensure that someone didn't mess with the thermostat. Confirm that it is set to heat and not to the fan.
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How Do Your Air Conditioner’s Needs Change as It Ages?

Posted on: 10 September 2021

If you ask several HVAC technicians how long an air conditioning system will last, you're likely to receive several different answers. The reality is that an air conditioner's lifespan will depend on numerous factors, including the original quality of the unit and how well you maintain it. Of course, all air conditioners will eventually reach a point where it makes more sense to replace instead of repair. The gray area that exists in between a brand new system that's still under warranty and one that's well past its prime can be tricky to deal with, however.
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Having Air Conditioning Problems? Tips To Get It Repaired

Posted on: 19 August 2021

If it is extremely hot where you live and your air conditioning system is running overtime then this can cause many problems. Below is information on some possible issues and tips on preventing future problems with your system. Air Conditioning Problems in Summer The air conditioning system may be overworked if it needs to constantly run to keep your home cool.  If so, this will cause many problems with your unit. One problem is not getting enough cold air.
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