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Identifying Air Conditioning Problems

Last summer, after carefully planning a family reunion for months, the worst thing in the world happened. My air conditioner died right in the middle of the night--when we had our entire family staying at our house. People were uncomfortable and grumpy because of the heat, and it was really embarrassing. Fortunately, we were able to get an HVAC contractor out to help us, and they did an awesome job fixing things fast. To prevent problems in the future, I decided that it would be smart to learn how to identify air conditioning problems. My website is all about finding the things that are wrong with your HVAC system and preventing issues.

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What To Do If One Room In Your Home Doesn't Heat Up Properly In The Winter
25 September 2019

It is important to make sure that all of the rooms

Don't Want A Central AC? Consider Your Other Options
25 September 2019

Keeping cool when the weather is hot is one of tho

Wood Pellet Boilers For Commercial Spaces: Common FAQs
17 July 2019

For most commercial business owners, fuel sources

Protect Your Home's Air Conditioning Coils From Corrosion
17 July 2019

Evaporator and condenser coils are important to an

3 Successful Keys To Air Conditioning Maintenance For Homeowners
13 June 2019

If you own a home, it's your job to take good care

What To Do If One Room In Your Home Doesn’t Heat Up Properly In The Winter

It is important to make sure that all of the rooms in your home are able to be properly heated during the winter. Therefore, if you have found that there is a room or two in your home that is simply a lot colder than the rest of the house, you are going to need to find out why. Once you know the cause of the extreme difference in temperature, you can have the right contractor fix it. Read More 

Don’t Want A Central AC? Consider Your Other Options

Keeping cool when the weather is hot is one of those modern luxuries just about everyone has grown to expect as the norm. If you have a home that does not have its own cooling system, you can feel a little like you have been left behind in days long gone. Yet, having a central cooling system installed can be quite an expensive change to make to your home. Thankfully, buying a cooling system for your home does not have to mean spending money you may not necessarily have to spend. Read More 

Wood Pellet Boilers For Commercial Spaces: Common FAQs

For most commercial business owners, fuel sources like natural gas and propane are natural options when it comes to heating. However, wood is still a viable fuel source even though it is not the most common these days. Wood condensed into small pellets or chips is used in commercial-sized boiler systems to power the heating systems used in commercial settings, and this could be a good option for you to consider as well. Read More 

Protect Your Home’s Air Conditioning Coils From Corrosion

Evaporator and condenser coils are important to an air conditioning unit's performance. Tasked with absorbing heat and moisture from the air circulated through the outside unit and helping cool the air, when there is an issue with the coils, the unit won't perform efficiently. If you live in a humid environment, a large part of keeping your coils in good condition is protecting them. The Trouble With Humidity The humidity itself is not the sole problem; it's the reaction that extra moisture in the air can create, especially when it comes to metal surfaces, such as coils. Read More 

3 Successful Keys To Air Conditioning Maintenance For Homeowners

If you own a home, it's your job to take good care of the AC unit. Failing to do so can result in a lot of problems which aren't always cheap to fix. As such, you should get in the habit of executing the following air conditioning maintenance steps often. Switch Out Air Filter Periodically  The air filter that prevents dirt and debris from entering your HVAC system is not meant to last forever. Read More