Weather should rarely directly impact your heater, but under the right circumstances, rain and snow and wind can all cause your heater to shut off early or not turn on at all. Here’s what can cause the problem and how it can be fixed. Leaking Roof Moisture that leaks into your house via your roof can interfere with your heater’s normal operation. The most common issues related to leaks are electric; your heater should stay as dry as possible and isn’t designed to get wet, unlike parts of your air conditioning unit.…Read More »
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A radiant heating system is vital when your home needs it the most during winter. More so, this system is more efficient than conventional units as it eliminates duct losses. However, your heating system may wear out over time and begin to malfunction. When this happens, it can result in an uncomfortable indoor atmosphere as malfunctions hinder its performance. Thus, you must engage a heating contractor to check your system and repair the underlying malfunction.…Read More »
An AC unit’s compressor can be one of the most important parts of the system. When it starts to malfunction, repairing it will have to be a major priority for preserving your ability to cool your home. Severe AC Compressor Problems Can Prevent The Unit From Running For Long Periods Of Time If the AC compressor has suffered severe damage, it may prevent it from running for long periods of time.…Read More »