Four Most Common Problems With Heat Pumps

While traditional furnaces are still the most popular choice for homeowners across America, many people are turning to heat pumps as an alternative source of heating their homes. The advantages are numerous: lower energy costs, the ability to heat and cool your home, as well as a lower environmental footprint. Still, every heating system can have issues, and heat pumps are no exception. If if you experience any of the below problems with your heat pump, contact an HVAC company to schedule a furnace repair service, especially if you're moving into the winter months. [Read More]

How To Clean & Maintain Your AC Condenser

The AC condenser is a major part of any central HVAC system. But, what exactly is it? Many homeowners don't even know what the condenser is, but they see it all the time. The condenser unit is the large unit that sits on the outside of the house. In fact, many people just call their condenser the AC unit. While the condenser is technically the most significant appliance in an AC system, it is just one part of it. [Read More]

Reasons Your AC Is Not Blowing Cool Air

When you turn the air conditioning on, you expect it to cool your house. When your air conditioning is having issues cooling your home, there are a number of things that may be going on. Sometimes, the issue can be something simple that you can easily remedy yourself. However, other times the issue will be something that you need to have a repair technician to take care of for you. Here is information on some of the things that may be causing your air conditioner to stop putting out cool air: [Read More]

The HVAC Troubleshooting Guide To Help You Deal With Summer Cooling Problems

During the summer months, you want to avoid problems with your AC. Sometimes, extreme heat causes stress and AC problems that are unavoidable. When something happens, you need to troubleshoot the AC to get repairs done ASAP. Some of the things that you need to check when your AC stops working are the power, air filter, and the unit. Go through the basic troubleshooting, and then look for the serious problems that are going to need repairs. [Read More]