Types Of Heat Pumps To Consider When You Need To Replace Your Furnace

Posted on: 23 November 2020

If your old furnace has to be replaced soon, consider the benefits of switching to a heat pump instead of getting another forced-air furnace. There are three basic types of heat pumps: ducted, ductless, and geothermal. Here's a look at how they differ when it comes to installation. Ducted Heat Pumps Distribute Air Through Ducts If your home already has ducts and they're in good shape and of a suitable size for a new heat pump, then you may want to get a ducted model.
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2 Mistakes To Avoid When Preparing Your Home's Central A/C Unit For Winter

Posted on: 22 October 2020

As winter approaches, you may be busy getting your house ready for the upcoming cold weather months. As part of your efforts, you may be ready to turn off the power to your home's central air conditioning unit and seal it up for the season. However, while you are preparing the AC unit for wintertime, make sure that you avoid the following mistakes. They could cause problems when you are ready to use it again in the spring and summer months.
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Insight For Handling Plumbing Emergencies In Your Home

Posted on: 17 September 2020

Plumbing is an essential function inside your home, and when your plumbing goes out due to a breakage, a clog in the line, or a broken appliance, you need it restored as soon as possible. Here are some recommendations to help you handle a plumbing emergency and arrange for a quick repair service. Shut Off the Water As soon as you realize there is a water break or leak inside your home, you should immediately shut off the water to the appliance.
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Tips For Addressing Coolant Leaks With AC Units

Posted on: 27 August 2020

A very important aspect of residential AC units working correctly is the coolant. It's what helps your AC unit produce cool air that is then put throughout your entire home. If you think this coolant is leaking somewhere, approach this issue with caution and these tips.  Be Aware of Coolant Leaking Signs To determine if you truly have a coolant leak or not, you should be aware of common coolant leaking signs.
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