3 Ways Your Refrigerant Line Set Can Impact Your AC Installation

Posted on: 21 December 2020

If you aren't an installer, then you probably don't give much thought to the line set that your air conditioning system uses. Your line set forms the plumbing for your refrigerant loop, carrying it as it travels along both the system's low and high-pressure sides. Proper refrigerant plumbing shouldn't require much thought from homeowners, but poor installation choices can lead to trouble.  The more you understand these straightforward but essential elements, the better you'll understand the installation process for your new system.
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Tips To Keep In Mind For Your HVAC System This Holiday Season

Posted on: 25 November 2020

The start of the holiday season is usually a time for a bit of house cleaning, as you want to prepare your home for having family and friends over during the days to come. But while you are cleaning or scrubbing, don't forget to also be mindful of your residential HVAC system. Here are some tips to keep in mind to ensure optimal use this holiday season, both before and after your guests arrive.
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Why Is My Furnace So Loud?

Posted on: 20 October 2020

Ideally, your furnace should not make any noise at all. A simple clicking sound when it turns on and off should be all you hear to signify that your furnace is working and operating correctly. If you hear other sounds while it's operational, then it's time to call an HVAC company to schedule heating services. While every sound that your furnace makes can be concerning, some are more worrisome than others.
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2 Possible Reasons Why Your Home's Central A/C Unit Keeps Short-Cycling

Posted on: 20 October 2020

After noticing that your home is not as cool as you want it to be, you may have started paying attention to your central air conditioner. While observing it, you may have found that it is shutting off too quickly. Since the unit keeps short-cycling, the temperature in your home never reaches the one set on your thermostat. If this is the case, there are a couple of possible reasons why this short-cycling is happening as well as things you can try to remedy the issues.
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