5 Common Air Conditioning Mistakes To Avoid This Summer

Posted on: 1 September 2017
During the hot summer months, many people rely on their home's air conditioning system to keep the house cool around the clock, Unfortunately, many homeowners make several major air conditioning mistakes that they are not even aware of. If you use your air conditioning every day during the summer, make sure to avoid the following common mistakes: Not Scheduling Regular Maintenance An HVAC unit is a complicated machine-- no one should expect it to operate as efficiently as possible when it is not properly maintained.
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Troubleshooting Your Air Conditioner After A Storm

Posted on: 14 August 2017
After a severe storm, you may be concerned that your air conditioner has electrical damage. Your HVAC contractor can help you to make any necessary repairs, but there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot your unit to see if it is in need of repair. Here are a few things you can do to inspect and troubleshoot your AC unit after a severe storm. Check Your Breaker Box
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Keep Ice Buildup at Bay with These Helpful Tips

Posted on: 1 August 2017
As outdoor temperatures reach the triple digits, the last thing you want to see is your air conditioner enveloped in ice. This strange sight is usually a sign that your air conditioner is in need of a little TLC. To keep this sight from being a common one for your home, it's important to follow the tips listed below. Keep Your Air Filter Clean An air filter that's caked with dirt and debris can starve your air conditioner of the airflow it needs to operate properly.
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Temperamental Shower Temp? A Thermostatic Mixing Valve Will Solve Your Problems

Posted on: 19 July 2017
Does your shower water feel hot one minute and too chilly the next? Perhaps you get a blast of hot water whenever someone flushes the toilet or turns on the cold water elsewhere in the home. These fluctuations in shower temperature can make your entire shower experience less enjoyable -- not to mention leave you susceptible to burns. Thankfully, there is a solution: a thermostatic mixing valve. What's a thermostatic mixing valve?
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