1 September 2021
The heat exchanger in your furnace is responsible for blowing air through your air ducts and throughout your home. The heat exchanger itself is a piece of metal that is attached to your furnace and separates your blower and the combustion portion of your furnace. When this part of your furnace cracks, which can happen with time, the air in your home is not safe to breathe. If you have a cracked heat exchanger, it can be a dangerous situation.
12 August 2021
Has your home's air conditioning finally failed just as the worst of summer's heat arrives? Replacing an old air conditioner might seem like a luxury in the dead of winter, but things like much different with the sun's heat bearing down. If you live in an area with warm summer weather, installing a new air conditioner to replace a failed one is necessary. Unfortunately, rushing to get cool air back into your home can sometimes lead to costly mistakes.
19 July 2021
When it is time to think about upgrading your furnace or AC, you want the most efficient technology available. Today, the energy-efficient technology that you can have installed with a new HVAC system is much more than a programable thermostat. The best efficient technology for comfortable heating and cooling includes: Heating and Cooling Replacement Options There are times when you need to replace a furnace or AC, or even both.
22 June 2021
If you're adding a new appliance or electronic item to your home that needs a dedicated circuit, such as a new dryer, electric car charger, or hot tub, you may find your older electrical panel doesn't have room for another circuit. In that case, you may need to hire an electrician to find a solution. The answer might be to upgrade your electrical panel, but a subpanel might work instead. Here's a look at what a subpanel does, when you might need one, and how it's installed.
26 May 2021
When it comes to gas, there are two options to choose from: natural gas and propane. As could be expected, most people do not fully understand the differences between the two. Natural gas is found in the earth and consists mainly of methane, although it has a small portion of propane. In a bid to establish the differences between propane and natural gas, this article takes an in-depth look at the two.
5 May 2021
Homeowners will often make mistakes and oversights with their air conditioning system that have the potential to create an impact on its performance. Understanding the mistakes that you may be the most likely to make with your air conditioning unit will give you a better chance of avoiding these significant problems. Overworking The Unit Overworking the unit is a mistake that can lead to significant performance problems due to the amount of wear and tear that it can put on the system.
2 April 2021
If you are noticing that your home is not staying cool, even though the air conditioning is constantly running, you may suspect that there could be a problem with your AC unit's condenser. If so, look for the following signs that the wiring inside the condenser is burning out. You may need air conditioning unit repair in the near future. 1. Unit Begins to Hard Start Normally, whenever your central air conditioner kicks on, you may hear a slight noise as the pressure in the coolant line releases and starts running through the system.
30 March 2021
Central air conditioning systems rely on a capacitor, which is very similar to a battery. An AC capacitor plays a major role in the operation of your home's air conditioner, so if the capacitor is in bad condition, you will most likely notice. Luckily a bad AC capacitor can be replaced, and in most situations, replacing the capacitor will solve all your problems. A bad capacitor can create a number of problems, but an experienced HVAC technician will be able to diagnose the problem and provide a solution.
29 March 2021
Do you have a furnace in your home that currently has some problems? You're likely wondering if your furnace only needs a simple repair or if it is time to replace it. Here are some reasons to replace your furnace instead of repair it. The Furnace Is Really Old The first thing you'll want to ask yourself is how old the furnace is. That is because furnaces typically have a lifespan of between 15 and 20 years.
22 February 2021
If you have a boiler in your home, it is important to understand the common type of boiler repairs you may face. This will allow you to know when you have an issue with your boiler that requires professional boiler repair. 1. Leaking Your boiler should not leak out water. When you have water leaking directly from the boiler tank, that is a serious issue. The leak could be from a pump or pressure relief valve.