Repair Your Air Conditioner Unit

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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.


How Can You Stop Your Pipes From Rattling?

When you turn on your water, you expect the water to flow through the pipes without making much noise or ruckus in the process. The only sound you should really hear is that of water hitting the bottom of the sink basin. If there is also a rattling in the pipes as the water flows, you're sure to find this annoying— especially in the middle of the night! Thankfully, there is almost always a simple solution to rattling pipes. Read More 

How To Tell If Your Furnace Has A Bad Blower Motor

There's nothing worse in the dead of winter than pulling back the covers in the morning only to discover that your house is twenty degrees colder than it should be. A quick trip to the thermostat to double check the temperature setting is usually all that's needed to confirm your worst fears: something is wrong with your home's heating system. If your home is frigid even as your furnace seems to be running just fine, one likely possibility is a bad furnace blower motor. Read More 

3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Replace Your Own Furnace

If you like many homeowners, then perhaps you take pride in tackling a tough home improvement job on your own. After all, there's plenty of satisfaction that comes from handling your own home repairs and upgrades. When it comes to upgrading your furnace, however, such a complex job requires a professional's touch. A furnace installation is one of those jobs where you're better off calling the pros. The following highlights a few reasons why seasoned professionals are better suited to the task. Read More 

Five Problems That May Happen With Your Chimney

If you heat your home with a wood stove -- or even an older furnace that still vents out of a chimney -- then you need to keep an eye on your chimney. Issues with the chimney are quite common, especially as the structure ages, and they can lead to dangerous conditions like carbon monoxide buildup inside the home. Sadly, many homeowners do not know a lot about chimneys, so issues tend to go unaddressed until they become very serious. Read More 

Hot Water Heater Replacement: Do You Need A New Appliance?

Like all other major home appliances, hot water heaters are designed to last for a certain amount of years before they malfunction or break down. Even if you maintain your hot water heater properly, it can still exhibit some age-related problems over time, including rust and leaking water. Here are two age-related problems your hot water might have that indicates you need to replace it soon.  Rust on the Tank Read More