Top Reasons Your Air Conditioner May Be Working Inefficiently

Posted on: 24 June 2015

Now that summer has arrived, are you wondering if your air conditioner is operating at peak efficiency? Does it seem like your air conditioner worked better when you used it last year? It's not always easy to tell whether the solution is simple or whether you'll be needing major air conditioning repair. Here are some common issues and their solutions: Mold in your air conditioner: As air flows over your air conditioner's coils, it becomes cool and can bring moisture, which will condense on the coils themselves.
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What Is Wrong With Your High-Efficiency Furnace?

Posted on: 3 June 2015

High-efficiency furnaces are great appliances to have in your home. They provide excellent heat to keep you comfortable in cold weather, but they don't use as much energy as other types of furnaces. While they work very well, you might be experiencing some minor problems. Here are some troubleshooting tips if your high-efficiency furnace isn't working properly. Check the Thermostat The first thing you should check is the thermostat. Faulty thermostats are frequently the reason for a high-efficiency furnace not turning on or not providing enough heat.
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4 Ways To Prevent Major Air Conditioning Repairs In The Summer

Posted on: 26 May 2015

The warmer weather that comes with summer is often reason enough to be using the air conditioner more often than the rest of the year. In order to be confident that your air conditioner will run efficiently throughout the summer, you'll need to take the time to look into what kind of maintenance is the most important for proper running of your AC. With the following tips in mind, expensive repairs can be avoided and your air conditioner can continue running smoothly throughout the summer.
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A Healthy Draft: Why Your Energy Efficient House Needs A Fresh Air Intake Vent

Posted on: 19 May 2015

Homeowners seeking lower energy bills often go to great lengths hunting down every crack and gap around the structure to keep their heated or cooled air in. However, this can backfire and cause numerous problems if you have any kind of combustion device in the home like a gas-fired furnace, fireplace, or wood stove. Learn how installing a fresh air intake vent, or allowing an HVAC professional to install one, makes an airtight home a lot safer without ruining the effect of a sealed building envelope.
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