Heater Airflow Problems And What May Be Restricting The Heating In Your Home

The heating in your home can have different problems when you start using it this winter. Restricted airflow can cause the heating to constantly run in your home and not really heat as it is designed to. These problems can be due to damaged ducts, problems with the furnace, and broken blower fans. The following troubleshooting for your heater will help you solve restricted airflow problems when your home is not getting warm:   Read More...

Why An Appliance Repair Service Can Be Particularly Helpful During The Holiday Season

Homeowners often call appliance repair companies all year long. However, there are times when these companies can actually be even more useful than usual. For example, during the holiday season, you might find that an appliance repair service is very helpful for you and your family. If you're wondering why this might be true, consider the reasons below. Your Appliances Might Be Particularly Important Right Now Of course, you and your family members probably rely on your household appliances every day of the year.   Read More...

Everything You Need to Know About Air Conditioning Filters

Does your home's air conditioning system need a filter? If you have a new AC unit or are just new to the world of air conditioners, take a look at everything you need to know about your system, filters, and when to call for service. Can You Use an Air Conditioner Without a Filter? While you could use your air conditioner without a filter, you shouldn't. Air conditioner filters trap dust, allergens, pet fur/dander, debris, and other hard-to-see particles.   Read More...

Need A New Gas Furnace? Don't Wait Until Fall

With temperatures growing warmer, heating may be the last thing you're thinking about right now. The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and you don't plan to have to turn the heat on for another 6 months, at least! But you should take a few minutes to think back on how your furnace was functioning the last few months of the heating season. Is it older? Was it struggling to keep up?   Read More...

Problems Caused By An AC Condenser That Isn't Level And Repairs That Could Be Necessary

If it seems like the air conditioner condenser isn't level, you may want to check it with a bubble level if you have one. When the condenser starts leaning, it won't be long until damage is done to the compressor and other parts. Here's a look at what causes a condenser to shift and how an AC repair company can fix the problem. Why A Condenser Starts Leaning If your AC isn't on a pad or feet on compacted soil, the soil may shift after heavy rain.   Read More...