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When The Heat Is On: Signs You Need Air Conditioning Repair

As the temperature rises, a functional and efficient air conditioning system becomes essential for maintaining a cool and comfortable indoor environment. However, air conditioning units can experience issues and break down over time.  Insufficient Cooling Performance One of the most apparent signs that your air conditioning system requires repair is a decline in cooling performance. If you notice that your AC is no longer able to maintain the desired temperature or if certain areas of your home remain warmer than others, it may indicate a problem with the system. Read More 

How Can You Tell If Air Is Trapped In Your Hot Water Baseboard Heating Pipes?

Hot water baseboard heating systems don't have many moving parts, so they're very reliable. One problem that sometimes occurs with them, however, is air entering the pipes. A large amount of trapped air will prevent water from circulating through the pipes, resulting in some of your baseboard heaters not working. Air can get into the pipes if one of the pipes is leaking or if the seals on the boiler's pump are deteriorating. Read More 

Don’t Run Your AC Without Performing These 3 Critical Maintenance Tasks

Early spring weather can often be unpredictable. You may have cool and comfortable temperatures one day, followed by unseasonably high temperatures the next. Once the thermometer reaches for the sky, you'll probably reach for your thermostat to turn on your home's air conditioning system. However, turning on your air conditioner for the first time each season can be a little nerve-wracking. While a system that worked well last season should generally fire up without a problem, maintenance issues can sometimes develop in the off-season. Read More 

FAQs About Air Conditioner Life Span And AC Repair

How can you extend the life of your air conditioner? From the initial investment and installation to air conditioning repairs, take a look at what you need to know about durability, use, efficiency, and the need for an AC repair. How Long Should Your Air Conditioner Last? The average expected life span of a central AC system is between 7 and 15 years, according to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). Read More 

3 Most Common Heating Systems For Homes And Offices

When winter hits home, you must keep your household or office warm enough for you and other occupants. You need a heating system that's both efficient and appropriate for your space. With the many heating systems available, you might need a second opinion when you buy a unit. You can consult heating services experts for insight into the best types and models of heating systems. Here are some heating systems for homes and commercial spaces. Read More 

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Call the HVAC Contractor and Cool Down!

When we bought our house, we had a home warranty that was good for one year. One of the first things that had to get taken care of was the air conditioner. Before we had the HVAC contractor come out, we made sure filters were changed and other basic maintenance was taken care of. The HVAC contractor that the insurance company sent out replaced the compressor and our AC is working fine now so we're glad that we did it when we did, especially because he found a major mistake in our system. You don't want to wait long when the AC goes out on a hot summer day. This blog is here to make sure you get the help you need.