2 Questions To Ask The Heating Services Contractor Before And During Your Appointment

Posted on: 22 March 2023

What should you ask the HVAC technician about your next heating services appointment? Maybe your system isn't heating as it should. But you're not sure what questions to ask the contractor before, during, or after the service call. Take a look at the repair-related questions to address right now.  What Does the Service Call Include? This is a pre-appointment question that can help you to find the best contractor for your home's HVAC needs and set expectations for the visit.
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Air Conditioning Maintenance That Helps Your AC Work Efficiently To Keep Your House Cool

Posted on: 2 March 2023

Annual air conditioning maintenance is important so your AC can keep your home cool while not making your power bill soar. Clean and serviced equipment can cool better, work more efficiently, and keep you comfortable when it's hot, humid, and miserable outdoors. Here are four important air conditioning maintenance steps.  1. Refrigeration Check Air conditioners don't leak refrigerant unless there's a problem. The level of refrigerant should always be the same, but your air conditioning maintenance technician should check it just to make sure you don't have a leak.
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Water Around Your AC? How An HVAC Contractor Can Handle It

Posted on: 10 February 2023

Air conditioners do produce some water. Usually, this water is gathered and shuttled away by the condensate drain system. So, if there is water around the base of your air conditioner, that usually points to an issue with the condensate drain system. Luckily, the problems that result in water puddling are usually pretty easy for HVAC contractors to fix. Here are the common ones.  Disconnected Condensate Drain Tube Any condensation the AC unit produces is first shuttled into the condensate drain tube.
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How Much Heating Efficiency Do You Really Need?

Posted on: 5 January 2023

Heating efficiency seems like a straightforward concept, at least at first glance. After all, shouldn't more efficient heating equipment save you money? While the general answer to that question is "yes," there are some notable exceptions. In fact, efficiency can be a bit of a thorny concept, with several potential misunderstandings that may lead to disappointment or poor purchasing decisions. If you're in the market for new heating equipment for your home, there's no question that efficiency should be one of your primary concerns.
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