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Is It Time For A New Hot Water Heater?

By R.A. Styron | Sep 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

3 Signs That May Indicate That It’s Time for a New Hot Water Heater 1. Rusty water If you witness rusty, brown water coming from your water heater and it only comes from the hot side piping in your home, this can be a sign that your water heater is rusting away on the inside…

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Is Your HVAC System Showing Signs Of Refrigerant Leaks?

By R.A. Styron | Aug 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Is Your HVAC System Showing Signs Of Refrigerant Leaks? Hot summer days are great only if you have a cool home to walk into! Are you worried because your place is not cooling off like it should? Maybe you’ve noticed warm air or lower than normal airflow coming out of your system’s registers or even…

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Why Do I See Water?

By R.A. Styron | Aug 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

  Nearly 90% of all central-air service calls are related to leaks. Although these leaks are often relatively small, if left unchecked they can cause a ridiculous amount of damage, especially if the air handler is installed above a ceiling and can drip through the ceiling. But most homeowners don’t realize that a vast majority…

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Are your Drain Lines Clogged?

By R.A. Styron | Aug 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

 Water has begun to pool around your central air conditioners inside unit and you have no idea why. “Well, what can I do?” is what you are probably asking yourself. First, you should turn off your air conditioner because this water could harm the electronic parts of your AC and cause water damage to your…

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By R.A. Styron | Aug 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

  For your air conditioning to work efficiently, it must be able to transfer heat from inside your home to the outside effectively. A coating of dirt, dust, and other debris on the A/C coils can prevent this, by insulating the coils from the surrounding air and reducing the efficiency of the heat transfer process.…

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How Does the Evaporator Coil Affect My Air Conditioner’s Efficiency

By R.A. Styron | Jul 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

    How the Evaporator Coil Affects Your Air Conditioner’s Efficiency Imagine this, your air conditioner has run just fine in your home until recently. You had the system for about a decade, and you’d love to make it last a little longer. When it stops working and you call in a professional, you find…

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How Often Should I Be Cleaning My Air Ducts?

By R.A. Styron | Jul 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

SHOULD YOU CLEAN YOUR AIR DUCTS? You should really clean your HVAC filter about every three months as a routine procedure, but many people are quick to jump to the conclusion that their entire system needs to be cleaned as well. (which isn’t a horrible conclusion) I’d rather be safe than sorry! Should Air Ducts…

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Is A Ductless System Really Better Than A Centralized System?

By R.A. Styron | Jul 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Is A Ductless System Really Better Than A Centralized System?   Normally, ductless air conditioners are used in single-room settings, such as a room addition or garage conversion. However, some homeowners today are considering replacing their entire centralized heating and cooling systems with an entirely ductless system. This approach isn’t as common as most. However, due to…

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God Bless America & A/C

By R.A. Styron | Jul 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

This time of year, as we celebrate The Great America’s birthday with fireworks and other festivities, air conditioning systems help to make sure that you and your guests are comfortable and cool. Air conditioning systems rid of humidity and circulate cool air. With summer temperatures rising and the humidity in the air, you’ll want to…

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How To Know If Your Capacitor Is The Problem

By R.A. Styron | Jun 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bad Capacitor? Key components of your air conditioning system are the capacitors. A capacitor is used to store energy in an electrostatic field. Attached to motors, capacitors perform the job of stabilizing voltage and providing the necessary jolt to start the motor in the first place. In an air conditioner, capacitors are connected to the…

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