Does Your AC Smell Like It's Burning? Issues You Could Be Facing

Posted on: 3 January 2023
If your air conditioner was emitting foul odors last summer, don't wait to do the repairs. This is especially important if you noticed burning odors coming from the air conditioner. Burning odors are a sure sign that there's something wrong with your air conditioner. If you smell burning odors coming from your air conditioner, read the list provided below. Here are four repair issues you might be facing.  Broken Capacitor
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2 Furnace Repairs You Might Need When The Furnace Blower Stops Working

Posted on: 13 December 2022
If your furnace isn't blowing out hot air, there's no way it can warm up your house even if the burners kick on. The problem behind a furnace that doesn't blow air is often the blower system. If you don't hear the blower kick on when the furnace starts, that's a good sign the blower motor or capacitor is shot. When these parts go bad, your furnace won't blow hot air.
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3 Neglected Maintenance Items That Will Stop Your AC Cold

Posted on: 29 November 2022
Everyone knows they need to maintain their HVAC systems, but many homeowners defer this critical task or neglect essential maintenance items. When your system runs fine, it's easy to decide that maintaining it isn't important. After all, why do you need to fix something that still works? Unfortunately, there's often a straight line from poor maintenance habits to expensive repairs. When your hire an HVAC company to perform routine annual maintenance on your air conditioner, you might think you're helping your efficiency a little bit or getting a basic tune-up.
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Telltale Signs You Need Emergency Air Conditioner Repair

Posted on: 3 November 2022
A functional AC is crucial in maintaining optimum indoor temperatures. However, your unit may fail to cool your space and leave you with unbearable indoor conditions. This could result from normal wear and tear or failure to service your system on a timely basis. You should know that if the malfunction affects the core components, the unit may stall and become inoperable. So, to avoid incurring premature replacement costs, you should routinely engage an AC contractor to service your unit.
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