How Smart Thermostats Can Save YOU Money

13 July 2019
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There is a craze sweeping the market o air conditioning services in the form of smart thermostats. A thermostat is the control unit of the air conditioning and heating system of your home. You simply set your thermostat to a specific temperature, and then it regulates your home. It checks the temperature continually, and whenever your home becomes hotter or cooler than that temperature, the thermostat kicks on the air conditioner or heater. Read More 

Why Does Your HVAC System Need a Clean Air Filter?

11 June 2019
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Air filters are vital to your HVAC system, and coincidently one of the easiest things to maintain on your air conditioner. You should either replace or clean the air filter on a routine basis. If you forget or are too intimidated to change your own air filter, you should contact your HVAC technician to do it for you, as it is imperative to the functionality of your system. The following are some things you should know: Read More 

How Do I Choose A Replacement Furnace Filter?

30 April 2019
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When it comes to furnace maintenance, there are few things more important than swapping out your furnace filter regularly. It might be the fact that it's so simple to do that makes people underestimate the importance of doing it. While there's no one-size-fits-all schedule for when it should be done because of the differing sizes of houses and furnaces, not to mention the variety of furnace filters available, you should check it every three months or so, as a general rule. Read More 

Common Signs Of A Cracked Heat Exchanger In A Gas Furnace

25 March 2019
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In a gas furnace, the heat exchanger is the component that is responsible for heating up the air inside the unit. Age and constant use of a gas furnace can lead to the heat exchanger cracking, which can lead to serious problems. If the heat exchanger has a crack, dangerous chemicals, such as carbon monoxide, that are created while the air is being heated can seep out. Thus, a cracked gas furnace heat exchanger is an issue that should be taken very seriously from a safety standpoint. Read More 

Signs Your Home Has A Hidden Water Leak And How A Plumber Finds And Repairs It

8 February 2019
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If you're shocked at the sight of your water bill when it comes in the mail, that's a good sign you have a water leak somewhere. It may be puzzling if you don't hear water and can't see any wet spots in your house. Sometimes, plumbing pipes are buried under the ground or underneath your foundation. When a pipe is buried, it's very difficult to know you have a leak until you get a high water bill. Read More