What Should You Know About Liquid Line Filter Drier Failures?

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You are probably familiar with the two most visible components of your air conditioning system: the outdoor condenser unit and the indoor evaporator unit. These two parts house most of the critical elements of your air conditioner, but it's the liquid line that connects them. This plumbing set allows the crucial refrigerant to flow between the high and low-pressure sides of the system. For the system to operate correctly, the refrigerant must remain free of debris and moisture.

11 August 2020

Indoor Air Pollutions: Common Sources and What You Can Do

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It may be hard for many people to believe, but the air inside your home can be twice as dirty as the air outside of your home. The reason for this is because the air inside of the home is essentially airtight, which traps pollutants. Keep reading to learn some of the more common sources of indoor air pollution and what you can do about them. Common Air Pollutants Inside Your Home

6 August 2020

Why It Could Be Dangerous to Attempt Your Own Air Conditioning Repairs

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As a homeowner who might be dealing with a faulty air conditioning unit, it might be tempting for you to try to repair your unit yourself. After all, you probably want to get your unit back up and running as soon as you can, since this is critical for the comfort of you and your family members. Additionally, you might have had to spend a lot of money on air conditioning repairs in the past, so you could be hoping to save money by handling your own air conditioning repairs.

13 July 2020

Three Reasons Your Air Conditioner Is Blowing Warm Air

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When an air conditioner starts blowing warm or room-temperature air, this is a sign that one of its components needs repair. These problems are typically related to your home's air filter or some electrical component that controls how and when the air conditioner turns on. Here are three possible causes and how you can get them fixed. Dirty Air Filter Typically, your home's air filter should be replaced every two to three months, assuming you use your air conditioner for at least a few hours every day.

11 June 2020

Watch out for These 3 Furnace Problems

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As a homeowner, you need to be on the lookout for potential problems with your home's furnace. If you ignore them, you could end up without heat this winter. Here are 3 furnace problems that are worth investigating. 1. Banging Does the furnace make a very loud bang right before it turns on? This is an issue that could have several causes. The main issue is a burner or igniter that needs to be cleaned.

29 May 2020

2 Reasons To Have Your Chimney Swept Regularly

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If you have a fireplace, you have a chimney. If you use your fireplace, you probably clean it out regularly. But you may not think about cleaning out your chimney regularly, which is a necessity. You should have your chimney swept out at least once a year. You can hire a chimney maintenance company to come and sweep out your chimney for you. There are several reasons why you need to do this.

26 March 2020

Taking Your Chances on an Older Home? 2 Things to Inspect First

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If you are considering purchasing an older home, you need to inspect many things before you sign on the dotted line. This way you will not be purchasing something that will require you to make a lot of repairs. Below are two things you should start with. 1. Check the Air Conditioning Unit Hire a contractor to inspect the air conditioning unit for the home. The contractor will check the unit outside before they go inside.

26 March 2020