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A few months ago, I realized that something was wrong with my HVAC system. It seemed like no matter what I did, some rooms were hot and some rooms were simply getting too much cooled air. Instead of trying to troubleshoot my air conditioner on my own, I called out a professional HVAC repairman for help. They went through each room of my house when the system was running to measure the outgoing airflow and to check for issues. They discovered some serious balance problems, which they resolved after running a few extra lines. Check out this blog to learn more about HVAC in general.

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Rooftop Vs. Ground Installation: Which Is The Best Location For Your HVAC Equipment?

Split heating and cooling systems come with an outdoor component that should be installed outdoors. You can install the outdoor unit on the ground or the roof. However, the chosen location can affect the performance of the system. Therefore, consider the following factors when selecting the best installation location for your split heating and cooling unit. Available Installation Space Your preferred installation location should have enough space to ensure proper airflow to the outdoor unit. Read More 

The Possible Need For Ductwork Modification When Climate Control Is Ineffective

Heating and cooling ductwork in a home might be considered metaphorically as veins and arteries. The arteries of the system distribute climate-controlled air from the equipment through vents. The system's veins use return registers to draw air back to the equipment. This works for both the furnace and the central air conditioner. When climate control is uneven in the home, an HVAC contractor can determine the problem and make appropriate modifications. Read More 

3 Reasons Why You Should Leave Air Conditioning Repair To Certified Contractors

Your air conditioner is an indispensable system that plays a crucial role in keeping your home comfortable and cool during summer. It is advisable to keep your AC in excellent shape all year long because it makes your house livable. As a homeowner, when your AC develops problems, you should invest in timely repairs to prevent inconveniences in the summer. If your residential AC breaks down in the middle of a hot summer, you may feel tempted to repair the defects yourself. Read More 

4 Important Steps for AC System Maintenance

It's a good practice to have your AC system serviced every year before summer arrives. Your AC warranty may even require professional maintenance on an annual basis. Servicing your air conditioner involves checking the thermostat, air handler, condenser, and ducts to perform preventative maintenance and cleaning. Here are four important steps of proper AC system maintenance. 1. Clean Out the Condenser The condenser is outside, so it can accumulate dust, leaves, dirt, and even pests like bugs and mice over the winter. Read More 

How to Tell That It’s Time to Hire an Appliance Repair Service

Electrical appliances make our lives easier. They help us do everything from washing clothes, keeping food fresh, cooking, and many other activities. When they are new, they will serve you seamlessly and make your life easy. However, they may suffer regular wear and tear, especially when they get old. It's advisable to always be on the lookout for signs that your appliances may be damaged and need repair. Here are three ways to tell that your appliances are damaged and need a certified appliance repair specialist's attention. Read More