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What to Consider When Installing and Setting Up Your Thermostat

When having an air conditioning or heating system installed, one of the components will be a thermostat that is located within your home to control the system. Here are some things to consider when having the thermostat installed. Parental Controls If you have kids in your house, the physical thermostat should have some sort of lock on it that will prevent kids from playing with the devices and messing with the temperature. Read More 

Adding A Basement Bathroom? Here Are 3 Tips To Help You Get It Right

Installing a bathroom in the basement is a bit more challenging than adding one to the upper levels of your home.  Problems, such as inadequate drainage, could lead to even bigger issues. If you are installing the bathroom yourself, here are some considerations to make to avoid disaster during the bathroom installation: Use a Grinder Pump Adding a bathroom to your basement means that you need to connect the new plumbing to the existing plumbing so that waste can be routed from the home to the main waste disposal. Read More 

Central AC Vs. Window Units

Are few up with trying to keep your home cool with fans and constantly leaving the windows open? If so, it might be time to step up to air conditioning. Of course, there a few different types of AC that are available to residential property owners. While central AC is usually the most effective, it is also the most expensive to install. Window AC units are popular for small properties, but they have serious limitations. Read More 

4 Air Conditioning Repairs To Be Prepared For This Summer

Having a running AC during the summer months is extremely important for maintaining comfort inside of your own home. For this reason, it's important that you are maintaining your AC well so you don't have moments during the summer of having a broken air conditioner. This is why it's important to be prepared for these four common summer air conditioning repairs: Sealing a Leak: A leak in the refrigerant line is fairly common and a major reason why your home is taking forever to cool down. Read More 

Is Your Air Conditioner Freezing Up? Know When it’s a Simple DIY Project & When to Contact a Professional

There is nothing more frustrating than coming home after a hot day in the sun, only to discover your air conditioner isn't working. One of the most common reasons for AC repair is the unit freezing up. There are several reasons why this problem may occur; some of the repairs you may be able to do on your own, but some can only be resolved by a professional HVAC technician. 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.