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Three Problems in Your AC Condenser That Affect How Well the Coils Work to Cool Down Your House

The condenser coil is inside the part of your air conditioner that sits outdoors. Refrigerant flows through the coil after it has picked up heat from your house. The refrigerant loses heat while it's in the condenser coil and then flows back into your house to start the cycle over. If something interferes with this process, the refrigerant won't get as cold as it's supposed to, and your house may not be able to cool down. Read More 

3 Signs Your Home’s Gas Furnace Is Emitting Carbon Monoxide And Needs Immediate Attention

If your home has a gas furnace, you may worry about the unit giving off carbon monoxide. Because the gas does not have any odor and cannot be seen, you may have been planning to get a carbon monoxide alarm but are wondering if there are any tell-tale signs of its presence. If so, look for the following signs that your gas furnace is most likely giving off carbon monoxide and should be looked at and repaired immediately by a professional. Read More 

Why Do You Need Regular AC Maintenance?

While most people think about HVAC contractors as installing and repairing air conditioning and heating systems, one aspect of their home's HVAC system that they never think about is the maintenance. While some maintenance items can be done by yourself — such as replacing the air filter every 3 to 6 months — others should be done by a professional, if for nothing else because of warranty reasons. But why else should you have regular maintenance performed on your conditioning system? Read More 

Why Air Conditioning Repair Should Be Done Before You Put Your Home Up For Sale

If you are planning on putting your home up for sale sometime soon, and if you are having issues with your air conditioning unit, then you might want to go ahead and make arrangements to have your air conditioning unit repaired as soon as you can. These are some of the reasons why this might be something that you will want to do before you officially put your home on the market. Read More 

Advantages That Ductless Air Conditioners Have Over Central Air

A really common type of AC is the central air conditioner. This type of unit relies on air ducts to circulate air throughout your home. However, if you are looking into AC installation for your home, there are several reasons why you might consider a ductless AC instead. Read more below. Problems with Central Air The ductwork that your central air unit will use can be more cumbersome. Your air conditioner will be more complex, which means there are more things that can go wrong. Read More