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Repair Your Air Conditioner Unit

I live in the southern United States. This part of the country experiences extremely hot summers. Therefore, my air conditioner is an important fixture in my home. A few years ago, it unexpectedly stopped working one balmy July day. The temperatures in my home quickly became unbearable. In order to get relief from the sweltering temperatures, I contacted a local HVAC contractor. This individual came to my home and inspected my air conditioning unit. After his inspection, he told me that he only needed to make a simple repair to my system. In a few minutes, I had a working air conditioning unit again. On this blog, you will discover the most common types of repairs completed on air conditioning systems.

Have An Old Junk Air Conditioner On Your Property? Get A New Unit Even If Your Budget Is Tight

An air conditioner that doesn't run and sits outside your home is an eyesore and isn't providing you comfort. If you are considering investing in a new unit and you aren't sure if you have the budget or what it will cost, getting an estimate is the first step. There are many different ac unit options on the market, and some more budget-friendly and affordable than others. Here are some of the things to talk with the air conditioning service and installation professionals about. Read More 

Make The Best Choice: Why You Should Choose Central Instead Of Swamp For Your Air Conditioning

When you sit down to design your own home, you put a lot of thought into the plans. One of the best parts of designing your own home is that you can have a say in everything that goes into it, including the cooling system. If you've decided to install a swamp cooler, instead of a central air conditioning system, you need to rethink that decision. Swamp coolers can provide you some benefits during the summer, but not nearly as many as central air conditioning systems can. Read More 

Boiler Maintenance: Dos And Don’ts

Boilers tend to be installed in the basement, where they are hidden away and easily forgotten about—that is until there is a problem. However, it is important that you maintain routine maintenance on your residential boiler to ensure that it continues to operate efficiently for many years. Here are a few dos and don'ts to help avoid potentially dangerous situations and expensive repairs.  Do Regularly Inspect the Boiler Make sure that you are performing an inspection of your boiler for leaks and other visual issues at least once or twice annually. Read More 

Signs Your Warehouse Heating System Needs To Be Inspected And Repaired

You operate a warehouse and you want to keep the facility operating as safely as possible. Your heating system is key to keeping your warehouse safe and operational, and you want to do what you can to ensure the safety of this large structure. An HVAC specialist is the type of specialist you need to ensure the safety of your warehouse and to make sure your heater is operating as it should. Read More 

Is Your Air Conditioner On The Fritz? These Tips Might Help You Avoid The Need For Repairs

If your air conditioner isn't working properly, you're probably wondering if some repairs need to be made. Here are a few things you can do first that could help you avoid the need for repairs when all is said and done: Make a Couple of Replacements If your air conditioner doesn't seem to be working properly, you may be able to correct the problem by making a couple of basic replacements. Read More