What to Do When You Have No Hot Water
27 October 2020
Water heaters have one job: deliver hot water to your house. If they fail to do that, that means that there is a significant issue with your tank that needs to be dealt with as soon as possible. The problem may be solved by a simple water heater repair, or it could be a sign of a much larger issue that may even necessitate a full replacement. Regardless, below are a few of the most common reasons why water heaters refuse to put out any water.
3 Signs You Need Air Conditioning Repair Service
24 September 2020
The summer heat is slowly going away and ushering the cool fall. Your HVAC system has been working hard to keep the temperatures low and the humidity bearable throughout the hot season. It is only normal that with all the work, your unit might have lost its efficiency.
When your air conditioner loses its efficiency, it has to work twice as hard as before to maintain ideal internal thermal conditions. As a result, you end up paying higher energy bills than you could have with an effective unit.
Can Poor Indoor Air Quality Affect Your Allergies?
20 August 2020
If your allergies are worse inside your home than at work or school, you could have poor indoor air quality. Good or bad, air quality can impact your health over time. If the air inside your house is stuffy, filled with dust, or contaminated with mold, your allergies could get worse. Clean the air inside your home with the tips below.
Dust Regularly and Thoroughly
If the dust in your home is overwhelming, it could be a reason for your allergies.
The Purpose Of The Fan In Your AC Condenser And Repairs It Might Need If It Breaks Down
11 August 2020
If you have a typical split central air conditioning system, your AC has an indoor unit and an outdoor unit you need to maintain. One thing that might go wrong with the outdoor condenser is a fan motor malfunction. Here are some signs of this problem and the repairs that could be needed.
Signs Of A Condenser Fan Malfunction
The purpose of the fan in the condenser is to cool down the refrigerant before it circulates back indoors to draw out heat from your home.