When Should You Replace Your HVAC System?

Posted on: 17 September 2020

Though few people look forward to the process of replacing their entire HVAC system, even fewer people see the value of doing it before it actually fails completely. The most obvious answer to the question of when to replace your system then, is whenever it's necessary. But even if it hasn't broken down (yet), there may still be reasons to spring for a new AC install, such as taking advantage of more energy-efficient models or noticing repairs that are getting more frequent.
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Avoid Problems: Why You Shouldn't Delay AC Repairs

Posted on: 31 August 2020

If you've been noticing some problems with your air conditioner, take them seriously. It's not uncommon for air conditioners to malfunction towards the end of the season, especially when the weather has been uncharacteristically hot. The extra wear and tear can put a lot of pressure on your air conditioner. You might think you can postpone the repairs since summer is almost over. But, that decision may leave you with a rude awakening later.
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Reasons Your Air Conditioner Might Not Be Blowing Cold Air

Posted on: 18 August 2020

When you turn on your air conditioner, the reasonable expectation is that it blows cool air into your room. However, that reasonable expectation isn't always met. Sometimes your AC unit blows out barely-cool air or no air at all. When that action happens, you may have a simple fix, or you may have AC repair in your future. Find out some of the reasons your AC unit may not blow out cold air and what you should do about it.
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Six-Month Routine Maintenance Checklist For Your AC's Outdoor Unit

Posted on: 13 August 2020

Residential air conditioners perform optimally without weekly or monthly checks and servicing. However, to maintain optimal performance, you should conduct routine maintenance every six months. Focus on the outdoor unit as it houses the main components of the entire system. Preferably, do this just before summer to ensure the system cools your home during the hot season. With this in mind, here is a detailed six-month maintenance checklist for the outdoor unit.
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