As soon as I purchased my first home, I realized that it was going to be difficult to take care of all of the appliances. I was worried that some components would fail or that others would simply suffer from neglect. Unfortunately, I had no idea what to do in order to avoid these types of problems. To ward off my worries, I decided to hire a professional HVAC contractor who could help. I was able to find an incredible business in my area who really cared about their products and services. They taught me how to look for problems and how to troubleshoot a lagging system. Check out this blog for more information about protecting your HVAC system.
17 March 2021
If your AC unit is malfunctioning now and then and cannot cool your home as it should, then a unit replacement is imperative. You might also notice that it takes longer to cool your home, mainly due to aging, and internal repairs can longer solve the low-efficiency problem. Here's how to tell an air conditioner system warrants a replacement. It Is More Than Ten Years Old An old unit equals reduced efficiency and means that your unit is compromised and on its last leg.
8 February 2021
A humming sound from an air conditioner that won't turn on is usually a sign of an electrical problem. There are many electrical components that can contribute to this issue, but the primary suspects are your fuses, capacitors, and fan motor. Replace the Fuses Your air conditioner's outdoor unit is protected by fuses that take the brunt of electrical damage in the event of something like a circuit overload. Fuses are relatively inexpensive components, which makes them cost-effective tools to protect much more pricey components.
4 January 2021
The furnace in your home needs to be running right and ready for the winter months, or you run the risk of it breaking down when you need it most. Some of the most common failure points are things that can be corrected by a furnace repair company before they leave you without heat if you plan ahead and have the furnace inspected in the fall. Fuel System Problems Many furnaces run on number two heating oil, and the fuel systems can clog and gel in the cold.