Why Is Your AC Producing Hot Air?

Posted on: 1 November 2021

Those sweltering days when the outside world seems to be an oven (and the inside of your home is threatening to do the same) can create a wonderful sense of anticipation​​—if your home has air conditioning. You confidently walk to the unit (or pick up the remote control, or shout at Alexa), turn your AC on high, and wait for the chilled air to waft over you. The trouble is that the air blasting out of the unit's ducts is warm, or even hot.
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The Effects Of Dirt On Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 30 September 2021

Households collect dust in different ways. Some dust is formed when you and your family shed dead skin cells in the form of hair, and the other comes from outdoor dirt, organic decay, and plant life. When dust becomes part of the airflow, it enters your air conditioner and affects its efficiency. Here are some effects of dirt and debris on your air conditioning. Problems With the Internal System The fan and coils are the major internal parts of your AC.
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Seven Big Issues When Timing Your AC Unit Replacement

Posted on: 10 September 2021

It's important to replace your AC unit when necessary so that you can effectively and affordably cool your home to stay comfortable. However, you can often solve AC issues through repairs rather than a complete replacement. Deciding when to completely replace your unit is a big decision you should make after analyzing numerous factors. The following are seven big issues to look into when timing your AC unit replacement.  The amount you've had to pay for repairs
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Should You Repair A Failing Furnace Heat Exchanger?

Posted on: 12 August 2021

Your furnace's heat exchanger sits comfortably out of sight, but it's perhaps the most critical element for heating your home safely. A gas furnace works by burning natural gas to produce heat, but the resulting combustion products contain incredibly toxic gases such as carbon monoxide. Your furnace uses a heat exchanger to extract heat while keeping the exhaust gases from entering your home. Because it has a pivotal role in keeping you safe, you cannot operate a furnace with a failed heat exchanger.
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