Furnace Repairs To Get Your Home Ready For Winter Before Summer Is Over

Posted on: 30 June 2021
Now that your AC is running full force to keep up with the cooling needs of your home, you might need to start thinking about your heating. Furnace repairs might need to be done now to ensure you are ready for the weather to change. The following furnace problems need to be repaired to get your home ready for winter this summer: Furnace Not Lighting When Heating Turns On Sometimes, the furnace may not light when you need your heating.
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Mistakes To Avoid With Leaking AC Refrigerant

Posted on: 1 June 2021
AC units can experience leaking refrigerant at times. It usually is because some of your coolant lines have eroded too much. If you are aware of these mistakes when addressing this problem, you can get refrigerant to stay in the lines on a consistent basis. Continuing to Add More Refrigerant A pretty common solution homeowners look to when addressing leaking refrigerant is just adding more refrigerant. This may solve the problem for a couple of days, but eventually, the refrigerant will leak out so much that getting cool air will be a tough feat.
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Annual Maintenance The Fan In Your AC Condenser Needs

Posted on: 10 May 2021
One of the parts your air conditioning maintenance technician checks during an annual tune-up is the condenser fan. The fan is important for cooling off the condenser coils, so it should always be working properly. Here are some things the technician may check and repair on the fan. Observe For Unusual Operation The first thing the technician may do is watch the fan while the AC is running. The condenser fan is on top of the condenser outside.
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Replacing A Bad Reversing Valve Is An Essential Heat Pump Repair That Keeps Your Home Warm

Posted on: 8 April 2021
One of the most important parts of a heat pump is the reversing valve. There are other parts that are just as important, but without a reversing valve, the heat pump couldn't defrost or switch to AC mode in the summer. Here's an overview of the purpose of a reversing valve in a heat pump, signs it might be bad, and how a heat pump repair technician can replace the valve.
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