Ready To Leave Window Air Behind? More Ways To Cool Your Home

Posted on: 19 October 2020

Window air conditioning provides a convenient, cost-friendly way to cool spaces that are not currently served with central air conditioning. In fact, many big box retailers and home improvement stores have shelves full of small window A/C units that can be purchase, installed, and operational in just minutes.  There can also be some important downsides to relying on one or more window air conditioning units to cool a single-family home. For instance, window air conditioners block enjoyment of windows, operate noisily, and can create uneven interior temperatures.
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How Can Proper Maintenance Prevent Corrosion On Your Heat Exchanger?

Posted on: 15 September 2020

Your furnace's heat exchanger is critical to the safe operation of your heating system. This relatively simple component contains harmful combustion gases while ensuring that you can extract heat from them. Damage to your heat exchanger can lead to inefficient furnace operation or even toxic fumes escaping into your home's air. Fortunately, heat exchangers are robust. The greatest threat to these components often comes from overheating, but corrosion is a concern since it can weaken the structure of the exchanger.
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Dealing with the AC Not Turning on and Determining Repairs That May Be Needed

Posted on: 11 September 2020

One of the most frustrating air conditioning problems is the AC not turning on. If your AC goes out, you want to figure out what is causing the problem. Is it the thermostat, a breaker, or problems with the electrical components. The following AC troubleshooting information will help you determine repairs that are needed when your air conditioner is not turning on: 1. Breakers and main AC power problems The breaker is one of the first problems that you will want to check when the air conditioner is not turning on.
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Five Troubleshooting Tips For Your Furnace Blower

Posted on: 7 August 2020

Your furnace can only warm your home if the heated air is blown through the vents to circulate. For this task, your furnace needs an operating blower fan. The following can help you troubleshoot the furnace if the fan isn't coming on. 1. Test the Blower Fan Start by verifying that the blower has actually failed. To do this, turn the furnace setting from "on" to the "fan only" setting on the thermostat.
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