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How Do You Know if You Need Duct Repair?

In the 1970s, central air conditioning systems became so popular that most newly-constructed houses started to be built with ductwork. The reason for the popularity is that it is a good system, and people really enjoy all the benefits of it. However, no system works forever with no issues. Ductwork can develop problems, often with age but sometimes due to specific damage in relatively-new ductwork. With ducts usually tucked away out of sight, how can you tell if there are problems? Keep an eye out for these signs that you need duct repair.

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Get Rid of Your AC’s Frozen Coils

Your air conditioner’s job is to cool your home, and of course, some of its components get quite cold in order to do so. Have you noticed ice forming on your AC unit’s evaporator coils? Ice means things are very cold, right? So it’s a good sign? Not at all! It’s an indication that something is going very wrong, and the ice itself makes the problem get worse faster. Here’s some information on why it might be happening and what to do about it.

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3 Common Problems with a Blower Fan

We talk often on this blog about some of the components of your air conditioner being particularly critical to its operation. The refrigerant is an obvious one, since that’s what absorbs the heat from your home and then releases it outside. And the compressor is what makes all that possible, pressurizing that refrigerant and keeping it moving. But no amount of cooling power will actually keep your home comfortable if the blower fan doesn’t work. Here are three of the most common issues that can cause your air conditioner’s blower fan to stop delivering that cool air to where it’s

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You Should Get Your Anode Rod Replaced

It’s possible that you’ve never heard the phrase sacrificial anode rod. You might not even know where in your home you would find one—but it’s there. Any guesses? The anode rod is a component of your tank water heater, and while the water heater itself may last for 15 years or more, the anode rod won’t. It’s a part that needs to be replaced regularly, which is why it is referred to as sacrificial. If all this comes as a surprise to you, read on. We’d love to shed some light on this mysterious topic.

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A Refrigerant Leak Is a Big Deal

ignore the signs that your air conditioner is having a bit of a rough time. But delaying repairs can cause problems to get much worse, and sometimes, if they get bad enough, you’ll no longer be able to have the air conditioner repaired at all. One of the riskiest AC problems to ignore is refrigerant leaks. Why is this such a concern? What can happen if you don’t get it fixed? Let us tell you all about it, so you can avoid having to replace your entire air conditioner.

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How Do You Know if You Need Duct Repair?

In the 1970s, central air conditioning systems became so popular that most newly-constructed houses started to be built with ductwork. The reason for the popularity is that it is a good system, and people really enjoy all the benefits of it. However, no system works forever with no issues. Ductwork can develop problems, often with age but sometimes due to specific damage in relatively-new ductwork. With ducts usually tucked away out of sight, how can you tell if there are problems? Keep an eye out for these signs that you need duct repair.

Continue Reading

Get Rid of Your AC’s Frozen Coils

Your air conditioner’s job is to cool your home, and of course, some of its components get quite cold in order to do so. Have you noticed ice forming on your AC unit’s evaporator coils? Ice means things are very cold, right? So it’s a good sign? Not at all! It’s an indication that something is going very wrong, and the ice itself makes the problem get worse faster. Here’s some information on why it might be happening and what to do about it.

Continue Reading

3 Common Problems with a Blower Fan

We talk often on this blog about some of the components of your air conditioner being particularly critical to its operation. The refrigerant is an obvious one, since that’s what absorbs the heat from your home and then releases it outside. And the compressor is what makes all that possible, pressurizing that refrigerant and keeping it moving. But no amount of cooling power will actually keep your home comfortable if the blower fan doesn’t work. Here are three of the most common issues that can cause your air conditioner’s blower fan to stop delivering that cool air to where it’s

Continue Reading

You Should Get Your Anode Rod Replaced

It’s possible that you’ve never heard the phrase sacrificial anode rod. You might not even know where in your home you would find one—but it’s there. Any guesses? The anode rod is a component of your tank water heater, and while the water heater itself may last for 15 years or more, the anode rod won’t. It’s a part that needs to be replaced regularly, which is why it is referred to as sacrificial. If all this comes as a surprise to you, read on. We’d love to shed some light on this mysterious topic.

Continue Reading

A Refrigerant Leak Is a Big Deal

ignore the signs that your air conditioner is having a bit of a rough time. But delaying repairs can cause problems to get much worse, and sometimes, if they get bad enough, you’ll no longer be able to have the air conditioner repaired at all. One of the riskiest AC problems to ignore is refrigerant leaks. Why is this such a concern? What can happen if you don’t get it fixed? Let us tell you all about it, so you can avoid having to replace your entire air conditioner.

Continue Reading

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