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How to Hire a Good HVAC Contractor

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What Does It Mean If I Have a Blown Fuse?

It doesn’t matter where in the world you are – you can always do with a good HVAC system. It keeps you warm when it’s cold, or cool when it’s hot, it can help control humidity, it keeps your air fresh. So, unless you live in a sort of paradise where temperature and humidity are always to your liking, you are either using an HVAC system or are thinking about installing one. But to get the most out of your Read more

Telltale Signs Your Heater Needs Help

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We’re about a month away here in Florida from the time of the year when we need to turn the heaters on. If you want to make sure you’re not going into the winter with an unpredictable heating system, you might want to fire it up a bit earlier and check it for malfunctions that should be fixed before the heating season begins. Gas Leaks We’ll try to cover problems that appear across different heating systems, but before we get Read more

Spring Cleaning for Your HVAC

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Every owner of an HVAC has probably already heard how it’s critical to perform regular maintenance checks. But you don’t need to have someone come over to give your HVAC a look every month. To keep it properly running, you should have your HVAC checked twice a year – in the spring and the fall. And because we are in the month of April, this is the perfect time to do it. Things You Can Do on Your Own It’s Read more

Why Does My AC Smell Like Rotten Eggs?

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Why Does My AC Smell Like Rotten Eggs?

  There’s nothing worse than turning on your air conditioner and standing by as your home fills with the smell of rotten eggs. If your air conditioner has a strong odor, you’ll need to figure out what might be causing the smell and how to address the problem fast. Sewage It’s no secret that sewage emits a noxious odor. What you may not know is that a ruptured sewer pipe near your air duct system may cause your home to Read more

How Can I Troubleshoot HVAC Problems Before Calling for Help?

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How Can I Troubleshoot HVAC Problems Before Calling for Help?

In most cases, your HVAC system is comprised of both a furnace and an air conditioner. The entire household depends on the proper operation of your heating and cooling system because extreme cold and heat can be detrimental to everyone’s health. These systems are complex, and they do require a professional’s evaluation at least once a year. However, should it ever break down, there are several things you can do to troubleshoot the system before calling your trusted contractor. Check Read more

Why Is My AC Leaking Water?

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Why Is My AC Leaking Water?

Having an air conditioner that’s leaking water can be frustrating, especially since it can lead to water damage and unexpected repair bills. There are a few common things that can cause an air conditioner to leak water, and these are some of the most popular culprits. Installation Problems Sometimes, the way your air conditioner was installed can be the source of the problem. For instance, an air conditioning unit that’s not entirely level can create issues with the pressure and Read more

Why Isn’t My AC Cooling?

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Why Isn’t My AC Cooling?

In Florida, even our winters can be warm and muggy. On those hot January days, you’re likely going to turn on the AC to keep your home from getting too humid and muggy. But if your home begins to feel just as bad or worse than the climate outside, there might be something wrong. Here are some reasons why your AC may not be cooling as it should and what you can do to resolve the issues. Check Your Thermostat Read more

How Does Central Air Conditioning Work?

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How Does Central Air Conditioning Work?

Just about everyone knows the benefits of having a good air conditioning system, especially if you live in the Sunshine State. Central air conditioning is a necessity here, and if it malfunctions, you want it to be repaired as quickly as possible. But how does a central HVAC system actually work? In a central HVAC system, there are several important parts that work together to cool your home: 1. Coolant: Also known as a refrigerant, this is used to absorb Read more

Why Is My Air Conditioner Blowing Warm Air?

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Blowing Warm Air?

Living in Florida, there are few things worse than finding your air conditioner is blowing warm air when you need relief from the heat. When it comes down it, there are lots of factors that can cause your air conditioner to blow warm air—some simple, some major. Although you’ll need an HVAC technician to determine the root cause, here are three common explanations for why your HVAC system is blowing warm air. A Frozen Unit If your air conditioner is Read more

Is Refrigerant Dangerous?

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Is Refrigerant Dangerous?

Refrigerants convert easily between gas and liquid states, which is why they are utilized in many modern-day conveniences like your refrigerator and air conditioning system. But while refrigerants are necessary to help cool your home, the cooling agents are also toxic and exposure can be dangerous. What are the Dangers of Refrigerant Exposure? Although the chances of your HVAC system sustaining a refrigerant leak is rare, a refrigerant leak can occur and create a dangerous situation. When refrigerant leaks into Read more