The compressor on your central air conditioning unit is responsible for pumping refrigerant and triggering the start of the whole cooling system. Problems with the compressor can lead to less refrigerant entering the system, which can impact efficiency, or keep the unit from cooling at all. There are a few common compressor problems that can affect a central air conditioner. Here are a few of the potential causes – and how you or an air conditioning repair technician can fix the problem.…Read More »
DIY Tips: What Can You Do Rain Damages Your Roof?
There are a number of ways to make your furnace more efficient. You do not always need to buy a new furnace because yours is no longer producing as much hot air. There are many small issues that might effect the airflow and production of hot air, and a lot of these repairs can be self-diagnosed and fixed without professional help. This article will explain how to make your furnace more powerful by cleaning the air filter and blowing compartment.…Read More »
When you’re trying to reduce your heating bills, some common tips you’ll hear are to turn the thermostat down a few degrees or only operate your heat when you absolutely need to. While using your furnace less will certainly lower your heating bills, it will also leave you feeling cold. If you’d rather be comfortable and save money, consider these other simple strategies for saving on your heating bill: Change your furnace filter.…Read More »