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Beyond Square Footage – Other Factors Determining AC Sizing

13 April 2018
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You have probably heard that you need to know how big your house is before budgeting for an air conditioner (AC). This is partly true, but there are other factors you need to consider beyond your house's square footage; here are some of the additional factors to keep in mind: Amount of Sunlight The amount of sunlight your house receives is important because sunlight heats up the house and increases its temperature.
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The Best DIY Residential Air Conditioning Maintance And Repair Tips

5 March 2018
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If your home's air conditioner is having a problem, then it is entirely possible you can fix it yourself. Fixing basic air conditioning issues yourself will save you a lot of time and money. To this end, here are some tips to get you started on the process: Tip: Start with the Common Failure Parts There are a few things that commonly fail in residential air conditioning systems. These include:
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Six Things Your HVAC Technician Should Do During Your Annual Maintenance Appointment

18 January 2018
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Regular maintenance appointments are essential to keep your HVAC system in good, working order. But just what will your HVAC technician do during that appointment? While the answer does somewhat depend on the age of your system and what problems your technician discovers, a basic maintenance appointment should always include the following components. Changing the Filter You're meant to be changing your own air filter every few months, but you can skip the month you have your maintenance appointment.
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Why Your AC Compressor Is Not Running

3 December 2017
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The air conditioner compressor is, basically, a large electric pump that turns the refrigerant gas into a liquid form by putting it under high pressure. This is necessary so that the refrigerant liquid can re-circulate and pick up the heat inside your house. This means your AC will not be cooling your house if the compressor is not running. Here are three possible reasons a compressor may fail to run:
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Tips For Preventing Carbon Monoxide Leaks In Your Heating System

19 October 2017
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Carbon monoxide poisoning is a silent but deadly problem that could strike without warning. In the United States alone, there are an average of 430 deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning each year. Gas and oil-fired furnaces are a common source of carbon monoxide and even the smallest leak from your furnace could place you and others in your home in harm's way. The following offers a few tips you can use to prevent carbon monoxide leaks:
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About Me
Understanding HVAC Issues

After years of dealing with an air conditioner and furnace that didn't work that well, I decided that I needed to dedicate some time to fixing the issue. Instead of continuing to guess, I realized that I needed to do something to fix things. I contacted a professional HVAC repairman, and he came out the next day to look over our issues. It was amazing to see how many issues he was able to resolve in under a few hours. Now, our home is comfortable and relaxing. This blog is dedicated to helping other homeowners to understand their HVAC issues and work towards resolving them.

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