Summer Is Almost Over: Make Sure You Maintain Your HVAC System And Ductwork

Posted on: 21 August 2018

Summer is almost over which means it is time to get ready for fall. Part of getting ready is having things maintained, such as your HVAC system and ductwork. This will ensure your system and ductwork stay in good condition throughout the winter months, so you will not have a cold home. To help you get started, below is some information about how the HVAC contractor will check the HVAC unit and the ductwork.
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How To Seal Air Leaks In Your House

Posted on: 19 July 2018

An unregulated exchange of your indoor and outdoor air is bad for your HVAC efficiency. Having air leaks in your house means you will be losing heated and conditioned air to the outside environment, making your HVAC system work harder or run longer than usual as it tries to maintain the set temperature. Fortunately, the following measures will help you plug air leaks in your home: Installing Back-Draft Dampers Ideally, all the holes connecting your house's interior to the outside air would be sealed to prevent air leaks.
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3 Ways to Improve the Lifespan of Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 14 June 2018

Your air conditioner is one of the largest and most important appliance systems within your home, as it works to regulate the temperature within your house during the summer months (or year round, depending on where you live). Due to the near constant operation an air conditioner experiences, and the size and complexity of the system, your unit can experience issues and require expensive repairs. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to help protect your system and extend its lifespan, and also reduce your repair and maintenance bills as a result.
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Try These Simple Fixes First If Your Furnace Is Acting Up

Posted on: 4 May 2018

If your furnace is not producing adequate heat, you should check out the simple potential problems before calling a technician or tearing everything apart. That way, you don't spend a lot of resources for a problem that could have been fixed with the flip of a switch. Here are some of the simple checks you should always try first: Check the Switches and Circuit Breakers Your first step should be to confirm that all the settings and switches are correct and the system is actually getting power.
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