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Home Not Cooling Properly? 2 Things to Check

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If you notice that your home is not as cool as it normally is and you have not adjusted the temperature on your thermostat, then it could be due to many things. Two of these things are listed below so you can get your HVAC unit repaired. Hot temperatures are on the horizon, so the best time to do this is now.  Check for Dents If there has been any kind of hail storm in your area recently, check the outside HVAC unit for dents. Read More»

Questions To Ask Yourself When A Kitchen Sink Doesn't Drain

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Have you been unable to use the kitchen sink because water will not go down the drain? There might be water sitting in the pipes that is causing the problem, or something else can be stuck inside of them. If there is a large amount of water in your sink, you can use a plunger to try to resolve the problem. You can also scoop the water out of the sink and then try to clear the pipes up by using a plumbing snake. Read More»

When You Say "Cooling Services," What Does That Mean? A Guide To Cooling Repairs

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If you have never had to call someone to repair anything that cools or refrigerates, you might be a little lost when the time comes. Cooling system services covers much more than just air conditioners. If you look up HVAC contractors to find someone who provides cooling system repairs, here are some of the other services they provide. Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance Not just repairs, but installation and maintenance too? Read More»

4 Steps To Take To Get Your AC Ready For Spring

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With spring right around the corner, even if it is not too hot outside right now, you need to start getting your air conditioning ready so that when it is time to turn on your air conditioning on the first hot day of the year, your AC is ready to keep you cool. #1 Clean Off Your Unit If you have an outside component of your air conditioning unit, you are going to want to clean it off. Read More»

Should You Say "Goodnight" To Your Pilot Light For The Summer?

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There’s a good chance you’ll be using your furnace less and less as colder winter temperatures give way to warmer and sunnier summertime weather. If your home’s furnace still relies on a pilot light for ignition, then you’re probably wondering whether you should keep your pilot light on throughout the summer or extinguish it to save gas and money. The following explains some of the benefits of turning off your pilot light, along with the drawbacks and other concerns associated with such an action. Read More»