Five Causes Of AC Fan Failure

Posted on: 27 January 2021
If your AC fan fails, the unit won't be able to cool your home. Knowing the reasons for possible failure can help you prevent or repair them. 1. Broken Blade Problems with the fan blade itself can cause poor operation. AC blades are made of metal, but they can still become bent or even cracked over time. Dirt and debris inside the fan housing, along with poor lubrication or an out-of-balance fan, make it more likely for the device to break.
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Keep Things Moving In The Right Direction: How To Provide Proper Drain Maintenance

Posted on: 15 December 2020
Now that you've bought a new home, you want to learn about proper maintenance. All of the major operating systems in your home require routine maintenance; this includes the plumbing. When you think of plumbing maintenance, you probably think of faucets, showers, and toilets. But, you should also think about the drains. The drains in your home are responsible for the movement of all water and waste. Because of that, they should be kept clean, clear, and in good repair.
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How To Deal With An Air Conditioner That's Leaking Water

Posted on: 4 December 2020
Have you noticed that the portion of the air conditioner located inside your home is leaking water all over the floor? If so, you'll likely want to deal with this problem sooner rather than later. Here are some reasons why it could be happening, and what you can do about it. Clogged Drain Line A common reason for the water on your floor could be a clogged drain line. Every air conditioner will have a line that is used to remove water from the evaporator drain pan.
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Why Is My AC Blowing Hot Air?

Posted on: 17 November 2020
The main function of an air conditioning unit is to cool down your home, so if the air that is coming out of your vents is hot, then that's a cause for alarm. You most likely have to call and schedule an AC repair technician to come by and have a look at it, but there are a few things you can do before making that call to determine what the problem is and possibly even fix it yourself.
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