How To Clean Your Condenser Unit

Posted on: 28 February 2017

Cleaning your air conditioner's condenser unit is one of the most essential, yet simple DIY HVAC maintenance jobs. It is a task that can be done even if you don't have any HVAC experience. There are a few vital components of a condenser unit that are easy to clean. Here is the best way to clean your condenser coils and fan system. Cleaning the Coils The key to cleaning your condenser coils is using a hose.
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How To Properly Replace A Furnace Filter

Posted on: 18 January 2017

If you have a slow or lagging heater that does not seem to be producing strong airflow, there could be a problem with the filter. Even if you regularly replace your filter, there are a number of things that could go wrong with it. It is perfectly okay to replace your own furnace filter, but if you are doing it wrong or skipping a step, you could end up making the problem worse.
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Four Water Heater Problems Homeowners Should Watch For

Posted on: 4 January 2017

No matter how long you've owned your home, encountering the first problem with your water heater can be challenging. The more you know about the potential problems, the easier it is to troubleshoot noises, temperature issues, and failures.Here are a few common problems that you might encounter and tips to deal with them. Rust In The Tank Hot water tanks are vulnerable to corrosion. That's why most tanks are fitting with anode rods to help prevent that reaction.
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When Your Heat Starts Running: Signs It Is Time For Maintenance

Posted on: 9 December 2016

As the weather gets cold and you turn on your heating system, you may notice a few signs that it is time for your system to be serviced. While a smell coming from your heaters might be temporary dust burning off after the system was dormant, a smell that remains could be a problem. If your system is banging loudly when it turns on and off, there could be obstructions in your duct work.
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