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Refrigerant Leaks: Serious AC Trouble!

Monday, May 20th, 2019

AC-metersThere may be something to taking the occasional risk but, if you ask us, they’re never worth taking with your air conditioning system! With summers as hot and humid as ours are, you really need your AC to be fully functional at all times. Unfortunately, no one can guarantee that your AC will always function properly. Not truthfully, anyway. If you do find a contractor telling you they’ve got the secret to doing so—find another contractor!

One of the most serious problems that you may encounter with your air conditioning system is a refrigerant leak. Refrigerant plays a vital role in the overall cooling process, so a leak that reduces refrigerant levels cannot be taken lightly. Today, we’ll tell you about some warning signs that can alert you to refrigerant leaks, and what the potential risks of ignoring such signs can be. Remember, our pros are here for you when you need any air conditioning repairs in Atlanta, GA.

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What Makes an AC Installation a Success?

Monday, April 22nd, 2019

AC-unitWell, the air conditioner is installed.  And it seems to be working—starting up, cooling, shutting down. So that’s a success, right? 

Well, not necessarily.

Today, we are going to talk about what really constitutes a complete success when it comes to installing an air conditioning system. Keep these tips and this information in mind when considering your AC installation in Atlanta, GA. If you really want to make things easy for yourself, then go ahead and dial our number. You can always count on success when you work with the AC installation pros on our team! We take your comfort seriously, and we know how challenging it can be to keep your cool around here during the summer season.

The first step in guaranteeing your AC installation’s success is to ask any questions that you may have. This is not the type of decision that you can make lightly.  You’ll be living with your air conditioner for some time, and you want to know for certain that you’ve made informed decisions every step of the way.

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How to Tell if Your AC Is Struggling

Monday, April 8th, 2019

man-with-fanDo you know when the best time to resolve problems with your air conditioning system is? Before they can cause serious problems! But how am I supposed to do that? Don’t I have to wait for it to breakdown so I know something is wrong? No, of course not—and that’s what we’ll be diving into today. There are actually plenty of early warning signs that you can exploit in order to schedule prompt air conditioning repair in Atlanta, GA.

You just need to learn to spot them! And that’s where we come in.

Remember, while air conditioning repair is certainly an expense, paying to have your system repaired as soon as possible when trouble comes up is always going to be in your best interest. The consequences of failing to do so can be quite serious, especially considering just how hot the summer season around here can be. So read on, and take note of any and all irregularities with your system.

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Common Causes of HVAC Problems

Monday, March 25th, 2019

condenserWouldn’t it be great if you could buy a brand new HVAC system and know for certain that it would function precisely as it should whenever you may need it for an indefinite amount of time? Sure it would, but you probably don’t need us to tell you that this is just not the way that the world works. There is no such thing as a perfect mechanical system, and even the best HVAC equipment is not the exception to the rule.

Eventually, you are going to find yourself in need of HVAC repairs in Atlanta, GA. When you do find yourself in that position, you need to act fast. Prompt service is always going to be in your best interest. Of course, avoiding problems to begin with is always the preferred situation. While there is no way in which you can hope to make your AC or heater 100% reliable, there are steps that you can take to get as close to that goal as possible.

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How Ductwork Problems Affect Forced Air Heaters

Monday, March 11th, 2019

sealing-air-ductWhen you run your home heating system, you obviously want that system to function as effectively as possible with as little associated cost as possible. Unfortunately, many homeowners wind up settling for less when it comes to overall efficiency and heating output. We believe that you deserve better than that, which is why our technicians are always here to help. That brings us to the next big obstacle, though. A lot of homeowners fail to realize that their heaters are faltering.

This is because not all problems with your heater are going to be very obvious. Yes, you may notice a drop in efficiency or even that your heater is not warming your home as successfully as usual. But if the heater is up and running reliably, has been tuned up recently, and isn’t making any weird sounds, then why worry? Well, because there’s more to your heating system than that heating unit itself. Your heat pump or furnace uses ductwork to distribute heated air throughout your home, remember.

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Sounds You Don’t Want Your Heater to Make

Monday, February 25th, 2019

covering-earsLiving in a warm climate doesn’t mean that you can get by without a heating system. While our winters in this area are not what anyone would call “extreme,” year-round residents know that their heaters have their time to shine each and every year. While a malfunctioning or even broken down heater may not be a matter of life and death in Georgia, it is certainly a matter of serious discomfort! You deserve to live comfortably in your home.

That is why we always stress how important it is to schedule prompt heating repair in Atlanta when something should go wrong with your system. Trust us, we’ve repaired many heaters that are worse off for having their heating repair needs put on the backburner. Learning some of the warning signs that your heater is in trouble is the best way to protect your system. That is why we want to talk about sounds you don’t want to hear your heater making today.

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Signs That Your Furnace Is in Trouble

Monday, January 28th, 2019

furnace-technician-flashlightNo, Atlanta is not setting any national records for low winter temperatures. No, this does not mean that you don’t have to worry about keeping your heater in great operating condition. We may not get nailed with snow or subzero temperatures like they do up in the northeast, but it gets more than cold enough to necessitate the use of a good heater in our homes. That is why you need prompt home furnace repair in Atlanta when something goes wrong.

Because we don’t rely on our furnaces all that much, it can be easy to overlook potential problems with the system. That is going to become a major issue when you really do need your furnace, though. That “minor” issue that you ignored or overlooked previously may be the straw that breaks the furnace’s back when it goes into heavy rotation. With that in mind, we’ll use our post today to discuss some common red flags that furnaces may be in need of repair.

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3 Tips for a Great Heating Installation

Monday, December 31st, 2018

excellentThe fact that the new year starts tomorrow means we’re already pretty far into the heating season. While winters in this area are obviously very mild, that does not mean that you can scrape by with a subpar performance from your home heating system. If you have a broken down heater on your hands that you have not interest in reviving, or if you are just thinking forward to a planned replacement in a few months, this post is for you.

Regardless of how much we use our heaters around here, you need to know that the heater you have in place is going to excel in its operation. That is why you need to take a few steps to ensure a great heating system installation in Atlanta. We’ve got three simple tips to help guarantee that this is the case. Don’t take any chances with the way in which you heat your home. Keep this information in mind, and contact us with any questions that you may have.

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When to Consider a New Furnace

Monday, December 17th, 2018

furnace-technicianLiving in a warm climate does not mean that your heater isn’t every bit as important as your air conditioning system. It can be easy to let the memory of chilly winter nights slip away when we’re in the midst of another hot and humid summer season. However, they will be back before long! That means that you need a reliable heater in your home—and that may mean that you need a new furnace in Atlanta, GA.

Because we do live in a pretty warm area, a lot of homeowners can really push it in terms of how far they let their furnaces go before biting the bullet and replacing these vital systems. No matter where you live, you are going to want to get the most for your money. However, you ideally won’t be waiting for a complete breakdown before you go ahead and schedule your furnace replacement. Here are a few tips to help you decide if the time has come. 

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What Goes Into a Heating Installation?

Monday, November 19th, 2018

dog-blanketThe short answer is “way too much for anyone other than a professional HVAC installer to handle!” We aren’t going to leave you with such a broad statement, of course. In today’s post, we are going to look at what a heating installation actually entails. It is a very complex process, and every step needs to be completed with the skill and expertise that only trained professionals can offer. There is a lot riding on the quality of your heating system installation.

We are talking about the overall performance quality of your heater, of course, but we are also talking about the integrity of the system and even your own safety. Clearly, your heating installation is not something to rush and it is not something to underestimate. The fact that you are reading this right now means that you are well on your way to a great heating installation in Atlanta, though. Our winters are not frigid, but you still need a great heating experience!

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