Avoid These 4 Air Conditioner Installation Mistakes

Posted on: 14 December 2022

If you have just bought an air conditioner for your home and want it installed, you must familiarize yourself with mistakes that can affect the system's efficiency. Besides purchasing the wrong air conditioner size and choosing the wrong location for the system, many other things can go wrong. Here is a list of some mistakes you should avoid.  1. Incorrectly Positioned Thermostat The air conditioner's thermostat has to be strategically positioned.
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Being Prepared To Replace Your Furnace

Posted on: 23 November 2022

If you are looking at your options to improve the performance of your home's heating system, the option of installing a new unit can seem drastic, but it will be capable of providing the largest improvement.  Replace The Furnace During The Late Summer Or Early Fall By acting to replace the furnace before it suffers a complete failure, you can provide yourself with a greater degree of flexibility when it comes to scheduling this work.
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Wet AC Filters? 4 Potential Problems You May Experience

Posted on: 7 November 2022

Depending on the type of HVAC system you have, your air conditioner likely has at least one filter. Your filter helps ensure that the air in your home is clean and free of contaminants. While a filter is an important part of your AC system, it can also cause problems if it becomes wet. There are several potential problems that can occur if your unit's filter gets wet, some of which may require an AC system repair service appointment.
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Enhancing Your Home's Heating System

Posted on: 18 October 2022

Upgrading the heater for your home can be a project that will make it a more comfortable place while also reducing the heating expenses for the winter. Decide Whether You Are Completely Replacing The Heating System Or Only The Heating Unit If you are considering upgrading your home's heating, you will have to decide whether you are wanting to completely replace the entire system or only the primary heating unit. For example, if your home has previously used radiators but you are wanting forced air, this will require the installation of ducting systems that can transport the air through the house.
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