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AC Not Keeping Up?

  • Posted by Admin
  • On July 18, 2019
We’re finally hitting the triple-digit temperatures and your AC is definitely feeling it! It may seem like your unit keeps your home cool in the mornings, but when you come home from work, your system seems to be running constantly and isn’t able to reach the temperature set at your thermostat. When it’s 100+ degrees […]
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Indoor Coil FAQs

  • Posted by Admin
  • On July 16, 2019
What it an indoor coil and what does it do? Your indoor coil or evaporator coil, as it is commonly called, is part of the closed refrigerant system of your indoor and outdoor units that continuously cycles refrigerant through the units while they are running. As the refrigerant is cycled through your two units, cold refrigerant […]
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Don’t Put This Down Your Kitchen Drain!

  • Posted by Admin
  • On July 9, 2019
Whenever there’s a holiday, we our first thoughts usually go towards ‘food.’ Cookouts, potlucks, and brunches all make for a lot of food that can could potentially make its way down your drain. Just because food waste can make it through your garbage disposal doesn’t mean that it won’t wreak havoc on your plumbing drain […]
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Staying Hydrated

  • Posted by Admin
  • On July 8, 2019
Do you get suffer from headaches or migraines? Mood variances? Impaired concentration? Low energy? Decreased memory function? Internal plumbing issues? Bad hangovers? Here’s another question: Are you drinking enough water and staying hydrated? All of these symptoms that someone could suffer from could be caused by dehydration. The more active you are and the more […]
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Fourth Of July Safety

  • Posted by Admin
  • On July 3, 2019
Independence Day is the biggest celebration of the summer. Fireworks, barbecues, fairs, and water activities are the usual ways to help celebrate the 4-day weekend we’ll have this year. With all the fun we’ll be having, it’s important to not forget that safety shouldn’t be forgotten. -Have a hose, fire extinguisher, and buckets of water […]
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Repair or Replace Your AC?

  • Posted by Admin
  • On June 27, 2019
As with all equipment and appliances around your house, eventually they will need repair and eventual replacement. Depending on the age of your system, it may have a low SEER rating which means it’s less efficient to operate and cool your home. With lower efficiency meaning higher energy consumption, plus yearly repairs to keep an […]
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Self-Maintenance

  • Posted by Admin
  • On June 18, 2019
We always talk about maintenance on your HVAC and plumbing appliances and how much of an inconvenience it is when they break down, but even more important than annual maintenance of your AC system is the maintenance for your own body. Unfortunately, it usually takes a health scare for us to be more concerned about […]
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Tips for AC Efficiency

  • Posted by Admin
  • On June 13, 2019
Helping your air conditioner run more efficiently is something that doesn’t take a whole lot of time, won’t cost you anything, and can decrease your energy costs. The average household spends about $1,100 per year on heating and cooling alone so minor adjustments and small tasks can save you a pretty penny in the long […]
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Ductless Systems

  • Posted by Admin
  • On June 11, 2019
A ductless mini-split system may be right up your alley if you’re looking for zoned heating and cooling without being too invasive in your home or business. Mini-split systems are especially beneficial in older homes that don’t currently have ductwork, in new additions to homes, or for garages. With zoned temperature control, different rooms can […]
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AC Frozen?

  • Posted by Admin
  • On June 6, 2019
A common problem with air conditioners not working correctly is the unit has frozen over. When this happens, you will typically feel warm or room temperature air coming from your vents and the AC system running constantly. A dirty air filter restricting air flow to the system is a common culprit along with dirty indoor […]
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