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Should Your Air Conditioner Be Repaired Or Replaced? Signs A Professional Considers When Making A Recommendation To You

If your air conditioning unit is not working properly, it may need to be repaired or it may need to be replaced. An air conditioning repair company, like Arctic Air and Heat, can make a recommendation to you about which option they recommend and why. But ultimately, you have the final say in whether the unit is repaired or replaced. Here are a few of the things a professional considers when making this recommendation to you. Read More 

AC Troubles Got You Hot Under The Collar? 3 Signs Your Capacitor Is About To Let You Down

Winter may be just around the corner, but if you live in one of the southern-most regions of the US, you may still be enjoying the warm weather. If you are, you're probably still using your air conditioner on a daily basis. Winter or not, when warm weather hits, you need your air conditioner to keep you cool. If it stops running, you'll want to get it fixed as quickly as possible. Read More 

How To Decide Whether To Clean Or Replace Furnace Ductwork

The subject of repairing or replacing your ductwork may come up if you're trying to increase your furnace's efficiency, if you're worried that there is any damage, or if you are trying to improve the air quality in your home. Even if your home is only a few years old, certain circumstances may require the attention of professionals. The primary factor in whether you should clean or replace your ductwork is the severity of the problem you are experiencing. Read More 

2 Ways Other Parts Of The Condensing Unit Can Affect The Blower Fan

The condensing unit outside your home contains the parts vital to starting the cooling process. Among those parts is a blower fan that points at the condenser coils to prevent overheating and promote the proper phase change that allows the refrigerant fuel to move from outside to inside your home's air handler. Problems with the fan's blades or motor can occur and cause issues with the cooling system. But problems in other parts of the condensing unit can also impact how the fan does its job. Read More 

4 Tips For Inspecting The HVAC System Of A New Home

When you are in the process of purchasing a new home, you will want to take the time to inspect the HVAC system to ensure that it will not need replacing as soon as you move in. Even if it is in bad condition, though, if you are still interested in purchasing the home, you can offer a lower price in order to save money to use to replace the HVAC system. Read More 

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Struggling With Your Heater

Nothing is more frustrating than dealing with a malfunctioning HVAC system. In addition to worrying about keeping your family comfortable, you might also worry about how quickly the energy consumption is eating through your power bill. However, a few years ago I came across a website that taught me a lot about caring for my HVAC equipment. I want to return the favor by collecting articles about HVAC care, which is why this website exists. After you read this information, you might feel better prepared to look after your home, reduce your energy usage, and keep everyone happy and comfortable.