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When the elderly live alone, their children worry about their HVAC systems, especially in extreme weather. Find ways a contractor can help your loved one here.

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Keeping Grandma Warm This Winter

Growing up, I practically lived at my maternal grandparents’ home. I ate most of my meals at this cozy, brick house in the country. My grandmother spoiled me when I was young. Every weekend, she took me shopping with her. And, I usually came home with something new. My grandfather played catch and checkers with me often. He was always a wonderful listener as well. Sadly, my grandpa passed away right before my thirteenth birthday. My grandma still lives in the house she shared with my granddad. During the winter, she used to build fires in her fireplace. However she relies exclusively on her central heating and air conditioning unit now. On this blog, I hope you will discover the ways an HVAC contractor can help keep your elderly loved ones warm this winter.

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3 Possible Reasons Your Air Conditioner Might Need Repair After A Serious Storm

7 August 2019
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If a major storm impacts your area, one of the first things that you might want to do after the storm is assess your property for damage. You may think about looking for downed trees or missing roof shingles, but you might not think about looking at your air conditioning unit. However, your air conditioner could potentially be damaged by a storm, too. Some of the possible reasons why your air conditioning unit might need repair after a serious storm are listed here; your HVAC technician can look for these types of problems and other damage that might have occurred to your unit during a storm. Read More …

Why An Air Conditioner Doesn’t Function Properly

28 June 2019
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Summer heat can be unbearable when living in certain parts of the countries as some regions are known for reaching higher temperatures than others. Thanks to modern technology, homeowners have the ability to quickly cool off on days when the weather is scorching hot by turning on the central air conditioning system. However, the speed at which an air conditioner is able to cool down a house depends on several factors, including the overall condition and efficiency quality. Read More …

Five Reasons Why Business Owners Should Sign On To A Commercial HVAC Preventive Maintenance Plan

15 May 2019
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Business owners should take advantage of commercial HVAC preventive maintenance plans because they offer many great benefits. HVAC equipment is important to any commercial facility, and keeping it operating properly is necessary for the continued profitability of a company. The following are five reasons why business owners should sign on to a commercial HVAC preventive maintenance plan. Preventive HVAC maintenance can improve the air quality of a facility. Preventive HVAC maintenance involves replacing air filters and cleaning ducts and coils. Read More …

Proper Etiquette To Follow When Maintaining A Commercial AC Unit

23 April 2019
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It goes without saying that the AC unit in your commercial building is important. However, not many business owners know how to maintain it on their own. Then, all sorts of unnecessary issues result. Don't let this happen to your unit. By following this AC maintenance etiquette, you can keep your AC unit primed for the summer months and avoid severe repairs.  Move The Thermostat Dial Up  When you set your thermostat too low during the hot summer months, your AC unit is forced to stay running. Read More …

Tips For Quick Air Conditioning Repair

4 March 2019
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Repairing an air conditioner can be a very expensive affair. Of course, there are a lot of times when you can avoid a costly repair by troubleshooting the AC before giving a call to a professional. You will be surprised to know that most of your problems are something that you can fix in a jiffy. Often, your AC will not work due to the simplest problems. And when you learn what you could have done, it can be very frustrating to know that you have spent hundreds of dollars on something you could have done yourself. Read More …