A reverse cycle air conditioner operates all year to cool and warm your home. Therefore, the end of summer doesn't mean you won't need to use the system. As the colder season sets in, your AC uses the reverse refrigeration cycle to warm up the home. Therefore, you need to keep the unit in working condition for the coming seasons. With this in mind, here are four end-of-summer repairs to handle. [Read More]
Why Is My Furnace Not Turning On?
As we're getting into the colder months, many people are turning on their furnaces for the first time only to discover that they're not working. The air conditioning unit and furnace are two completely different systems, so it's entirely possible for your AC unit to function perfectly well, while your residential heating system is in a state of disrepair. Fortunately, there are a few very simple reasons for why your furnace may not be firing as it should. [Read More]
Repair or Replace: What Should I Do With My Water Heater?
When it comes to water heaters, the decision to simply replace or repair it can be difficult. On the one hand, water heater repair is less expensive and can provide you with several more years worth of service, but a new water heater installation allows you peace of mind from knowing that if anything does go wrong, it's most likely under warranty. So when your water heater goes on the fritz, which one do you choose then? [Read More]
The HVAC Problems That Need Emergency Repairs To Keep Your Home Comfortable
The HVAC in your home is a complicated system that needs to be serviced seasonally and maintained throughout the year. When there are problems, it can cause your home to become uncomfortable quickly, and you may need emergency HVAC repairs. The following HVAC problems may require emergency repairs before they get worse. AC wear and ice buildup—The air conditioner can wear over the summer months, which can lead to problems at the tail end of summer. [Read More]