Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for January, 2016

What Can You Do to Maintain Your Heater?

Monday, January 25th, 2016

You’ve had a busy winter, and now you’re realizing that you haven’t put a lot of time into maintaining your heating system. Is there anything you can do this late in the season to make sure it stays in good condition? Of course! It’s never too late to do what you can to see that your heating system operates safely and efficiently.

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Contact a Trane Dealer for the Ultimate in Comfort

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Looking for a replacement heating and air conditioning system, but not sure where to start? We stand by the comfort and efficiency of Trane XL comfort systems. Today, you can get a high-efficiency heat pump that heats and cools your home while keeping your monthly bills as low as possible, with proper maintenance and operation. Learn more about Trane’s line of quality cooling and heating systems below!

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What Can You Do about a Broken Down Furnace? 5 Potential Fixes

Monday, January 18th, 2016

When a furnace breaks on a particularly cold day, you’re in a rush to find a solution, but most homeowners could not handle making repairs on their own (and we absolutely recommend against it unless you’re a pro). Here’s what we tell homeowners hoping there’s a quick fix to their home heating issues:

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Don’t Wait for Your Heater to Shut Off before Scheduling Service

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Have you noticed strange noises from the inside of your heating system? Are you concerned about low airflow or a drop in temperatures that makes you a lot less comfortable at night? These types of problems can be annoying, but a lot of homeowners wait for many months before scheduling repairs because they are unprepared for the cost of fixing it.

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Your Air Ducts Need Care Too!

Monday, January 4th, 2016

When you can’t seem to get comfortable even with the air conditioner or heater running, you might guess that there is an internal issue with the furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner. While this is often the case, one other potential culprit often goes unchecked, even by some HVAC technicians: the ducts. The ductwork in your home is really just a route for air to travel through on the way to your living space, so it may not seem that much can go wrong in there. But it turns out that most air ducts suffer from+ one of the following.

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