3 Things To Look At Before Calling An Air Conditioning Pro

Posted on: 15 January 2016

Air conditioning systems provide you with the nice cool air you crave during the warm summer months. While you expect your system to work when you turn it on, that isn't always the case. There are a lot of intricate components that come together to make the system work properly. If your system isn't turning on and you aren't sure what might be going on, here are a couple of things you can check before calling in the pros.
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Potential Reasons Your Air Conditioning Thermostat Controls Aren't Working

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Central air conditioning systems are multifaceted appliances that require all of the parts to work in order to provide your home with the most efficient cooling. When problems seem to occur with your temperature controls like the thermostat or remote, your unit can either not turn on at all or won't provide the proper level of cooling. There are a few potential reasons your temperature controls don't seem to be working – and the problem isn't always the temperature controller itself.
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Deciding Between Oil Heat And Propane

Posted on: 14 September 2015

Before the winter hits, it is important to decide how you are going to heat your home. What has worked in the past may not always be economical or feasible now. Two of the most common ways to heat a home include heating oil and propane. Both of these are designed to help heat your home effectively during the colder months. There are several variables that go into deciding what type of heating fuel you should stick with.
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Ways Your Home May Be Fighting Your Efforts To Keep It At A Comfortable Temperature

Posted on: 25 August 2015

The best scenario for you and your family when it's hot or cold outside will be being in a comfortable home with low energy bills. However, this may not be the case. When the heat or cold air you generate in your home is allowed to escape, it makes your HVAC system work harder to replace that lost air. This puts more wear and tear on your system and raises your bills.
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