Can You Fix that Central Air Problem on Your Own?

Monday, June 19th, 2017

air-conditioner-flower-yardWhether your air conditioner has just broken down or it simply does not work the way you expect it to, it’s time to call in a technician ASAP. That is, unless you can solve the problem on your own. We do not recommend making any major repairs to your air conditioner. Without the proper training, you could injure yourself or make the problem with your air conditioner worse—and spend more than you need to correcting the problem.

However, we often show up to repair an air conditioner that really isn’t broken. The problem could have been fixed in a couple of simple steps, by double-checking the thermostat, or by a simple change in habits. So what can you do to try resolving a central air problem?

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What’s the Reason for these Noises from My Air Conditioner?

Monday, August 8th, 2016

You’re trying to get some sleep, but you cannot ignore the loud noises coming from your air conditioner whenever it cycles on. AC noises are usually more than just an annoyance. Any air conditioning issue should be checked out as soon as you notice it, so that a technician can prevent the problem from becoming much worse.

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Why Isn’t My Air Conditioner Working?

Monday, August 24th, 2015

It’s one of the most common calls we get from homeowners seeking out our fast, reliable service. There’s no air coming from the air conditioning system, and temperatures inside of the house are climbing. What could be at fault? And is there anything you can do yourself to fix it?

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A Guide to Choosing Qualified Professionals for HVAC Services

Monday, July 27th, 2015

When it comes to your air conditioning and heating systems, you may get a lot of conflicting advice about what to do when your unit needs service. If the issue is small enough, some may tell you to try and repair it yourself. You may get recommendations from friends and neighbors about someone they know in the HVAC field. And some may tell you to wait to schedule service until the system breaks down entirely.

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