Air Conditioning Repair Needed When Your AC Is Covered In Ice

Posted on: 8 May 2023

It's a shocking sight to see your air conditioner covered in ice, but it's not all that uncommon. It may not seem logical that ice forms on your AC when it's hot outside. However, ice can form on the condenser, refrigerant coils, refrigerant lines, and the air handler. This is a sign of an AC malfunction, so you'll need to call an air conditioning repair service for help.  A common cause of ice on your air conditioner is when refrigerant is low.
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3 Reasons Your AC Takes A Long Time To Cool Your Home

Posted on: 14 April 2023

Have you just turned your air conditioner on for the spring, only to discover it's taking excessively long to cool your home? Or have you always lived with long cooling times and assumed these were a normal part of your system's operation? While the amount of time an air conditioning system takes to cool a home can vary, long cooling times sometimes indicate an underlying maintenance issue. There are many potential reasons why your system may be running in long cycles, but these are three relatively common causes worth understanding to decide if you need to take action.
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Signs That You Need Furnace Repair Services For Your Unit

Posted on: 21 March 2023

You never really appreciate your furnace until it's broken and you can't warm your home or office in the winter.  To avoid instances where your furnace is too broken to function, you can hire a furnace repair expert to fix problems as soon as you notice them.  A heating contractor understands the ins and outs of a furnace unit and can identify and fix all issues. Here are some of the issues you should hire an expert to fix.
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Fanning The Flames—How Inefficient Combustion Harms Your Furnace

Posted on: 3 March 2023

If you use a natural gas stove, you've probably noticed that the flames typically burn a bright and clear blue. However, you may occasionally notice smaller red flames sparking from the burners. These red flames usually occur when an old piece of food, some grease, or something else ignites on the burner, creating an impurity that doesn't burn as hot as a perfect mixture of gas and oxygen.  The flames inside your gas furnace are no different.
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