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3 Signs Your A/C’s Air Ducts Are the Problem

If something is wrong with the air conditioner, everyone looks at the air conditioning unit first. And that’s more than fair: over-used air filters, worn moving parts, and chemicals are the usual culprits behind most HVAC malfunctions. But ignoring your ducts can lead to some problems over time. If you’re starting to get the feeling that your air conditioning system isn’t working as well as it used to, here are three warning signs you should have a professional examine the ducts. 1. You can hear localized noises coming out of the ducts. Air conditioners make some noise even under the […]

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Benefits of Annual Air Conditioner Service

One of the most important appliances that you can have in your home is your air conditioner. During the summer months, a good air conditioner will be able to provide a nice oasis and comfortable living space for you and your family. Due to the importance of an air conditioner, having it serviced before every summer season would be very beneficial. There are several valuable benefits that come when you have your air conditioner serviced annually. Cleaning One of the advantages of having your air conditioner service is that the technician will be able to have it properly cleaned out. […]

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3 Important Tips for a Spring A/C Tune-Up

HVAC maintenance is something that needs to be done every season, and as the weather gets warmer it is time to service your entire system. In autumn, you will want to inspect electrical wiring, change the filter and clean the furnace to get it ready to heat your home for winter. Here are the maintenance tasks you need done before the weather gets hot and you need your cooling: Inspecting Mechanical Components and Electrical Wiring: There are many mechanical components in your furnace. Electrical wiring and parts may get damaged due to wear, animals or failure. Have the furnace inspected for […]

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How to Get Your A/C Ready for Spring and Summer

Spring is on its way, and that means you’re soon going to switch your air conditioner from ‘heat’ to ‘cool.’ The best way to smooth that transition is to check your unit over for potential damage that a harsh winter might have caused and to set it up for a well-maintained summer. Here are a few tips to get started: Make sure the condenser unit and the exterior panels of any window units are in good repair. Cold weather can make plastic crack, and the wind can do even more damage in terms of missing panels, bent vents, and debris […]

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2 Reasons You Should Call a Professional to Fix Your AC

Sometimes knowing the way to fix a problem around your house saves you a great deal of time, money, and stress, but sometimes it can cause you unexpected problems. If your air conditioner is starting to malfunction or it takes longer and longer to cool the air, knowing what to listen or look for can help you narrow down the underlying cause. Knowing to check the air filter and replace it if it’s dirty is also useful and, many times, it’s precisely what your A/C needed. But, for anything more than that, it’s time to call in a professional. Here’s […]

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What Is the Root Cause for Most Commercial A/C Malfunctions?

Different environments lead to different breakdowns: a southern office building will be using an HVAC unit heavily throughout the summer while a northern retail space will keep the heater running throughout the winter. High traffic will also lead to faster wear, and gas units face different difficulties from electric ones. However, most problems stem from one central factor: not enough preventative maintenance. How can you ensure your commercial A/C units are being well-maintained so they last with minimal costly repairs? If you manage or own one commercial building, maintaining a schedule for maintenance, inspections, and filter replacement can be done […]

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Two Signs That Your Office’s A/C Is Starting to Malfunction

Air conditioning is a critical component of maintaining an interior environment, and this is especially true in a commercial office. Having a temperature that is too cold or too high can dramatically reduce productivity even among the most well-intention of employees, and not having adequate airflow can spread a late-winter cold faster, especially because most offices only have A/Cs units providing ventilation. Here are common signs of impending air conditioning failures for commercial units: It takes longer for the office to reach the set temperature. While some of that delay can be the changes in ambient temperature, a delay in […]

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Why You Should Not Be Adjusting Your Ductwork Airflow

Your furnace and air conditioner provide air to all rooms of your home through the ductwork. This air passes through registers in each room. These registers are adjusted to set the amount of air flowing into the room. Let’s say it is summer and the room is too hot; you may want to open the registers to get more cool air. This may fix the immediate problem in that specific room, but there is a problem. When conditions change, that amount of air will quite likely be too much. This results in overcooling the room. So now you must make […]

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How to Select the Right American Standard Air Conditioner

If you’re looking for a new A/C unit, all of the brands might be unfamiliar; air conditioning should be a once per decade purchase, and the trust you build up with brands for more frequent products isn’t necessarily there. Here are some of the factors you can check as you look for the right unit for your home and why an American Standard air conditioner is likely to be a good fit. Universality: Selecting a major brand makes every part of maintaining your air conditioning unit more convenient for you. Your installation specialist will have seen the model dozens of times, […]

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Three Invisible Signs You Should Replace Your A/C Unit

If your air conditioning unit is breaking down often and each repair job is more expensive than the last, it’s probably time to replace your unit. Other standard signs that you should include installing a new air conditioner include expensive repairs that near or exceed the cost of a comparable unit, as well as having a unit that is over a decade old and is starting to show signs of problems. But there are a few less noticeable signs that your air conditioning unit should be replaced. Those include: If you just bought a property and all of the major […]

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