3 Things To Know About Cleaning Your Home's Ductwork

Posted on: 11 November 2018

Your HVAC system needs maintenance that goes beyond servicing your furnace and air conditioning. Unfortunately, many homeowners overlook their air ducts, assuming it is something that you don't need to mess with when living in a home. Here is what you need to know about cleaning your home's ductwork. 1. Changing Air Filter Doesn't Prevent The Need For Ductwork Cleaning One assumption that homeowners make is that if they keep up with regularly putting in a new air filter that they can ignore cleaning their air ducts.
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Tips On Getting Your Heating System Ready For The Cold Season

Posted on: 9 October 2018

Some people are almost religious about preparing their house for the transition from cold weather to the warmer months. These same folks anxiously look forward to ushering in the mild climates by doing a yearly ritual known as "Spring Cleaning." Every nook and cranny is vigorously scrubbed until the entire house shines and sparkles like new. However, just as a person might make preparations for the hot weather you should also be ready to do a few things to make your home ready for the cold season as well.
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Reasons You'Re Feeling Hot Air From Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 9 September 2018

A working air conditioner will cool down your home, even on the hottest days of the summer. However, you may start to notice that the air conditioner is blowing hot air from your vents and making your home not feel so comfortable. Here are some reasons why that could be happening. Refrigerant Leaks One common reason for warm air is a leak in the refrigerant lines. The air conditioner constantly moves refrigerant as it turns from a liquid to a gas, and having proper refrigerant levels in a pressurized line is key to the entire system running.
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There's Mold On The Air Conditioning Filter -- What Needs To Be Done?

Posted on: 6 August 2018

It is recommended that you replace your air conditioning filters regularly. The frequency in which they need to be replaced can vary based on the type of filter, how frequently you run your air conditioner and the amount of dust and pollen where you live. If you notice mold on the filter when you go to replace it, you may wonder what steps you should take to remove any other mold that may now be circulating in your air conditioner.
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