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Insulating Your Home To Help Your HVAC System

When we couldn't get our home to cool down last summer, we started checking our HVAC system. We found out that our air conditioning system was working fine, but the air just seemed to leave our house rapidly. We contacted an HVAC contractor to run a few tests, and he concluded that we had a severe insulation problem. After showing us which rooms had bad leaks, he recommended a business to come out and remedy the situation. This blog is all about insulating your home and helping you to keep that carefully heated and cooled air inside, where it belongs.

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Common Concerns You Might Have Regarding Geothermal HVAC Systems

There is a great variety of different types of heating systems that homeowners can choose for their homes. Geothermal can be one of the more commonly used due to its energy efficiency, but homeowners can find it difficult to commit to this type of heating system when they are uninformed. Addressing several frequently asked questions about these systems should provide you with a deeper understanding and the ability to better evaluate this heating system option. Read More 

Getting Your HVAC System Ready For The Winter Months

As the winter months approach, you may want to take the time to check over your HVAC unit to ensure it is ready for the cold. While most systems can survive the cold without too many issues, there are a few maintenance items that you should consider before turning the heat on for the season. You can take care of these yourself or hire a company like A & E Heating and AC Inc to come do it for you if you are more comfortable. Read More 

Pro and Cons of a Downflow-Style Furnace

Furnaces come in two main types depending on the direction of the airflow. An upflow furnace sends the heated air upward while a downflow furnace sends the air downward. Upflow units are popular due to the utilization of heat's natural convection property. Downflow heaters have one key advantage as well as a couple of disadvantages. If you're a homeowner considering a new furnace, here is a pro and a couple of cons associated with a downflow style furnace. Read More 

The AC Clicking Noise That Is Driving You Insane Could Be Related to These Things

Is your air-conditioning system making an awkward clicking noise? If so, you likely find the sound annoying. You may also be worried about whether or not the clicking noise is related to a serious problem. Perhaps the noise is accompanied by another troubling sign, such as your air-conditioning unit not turning on. The following are common reasons that you may be experiencing this air-conditioning phenomenon. Condensing Unit Issue The condensing unit is the part of your air-conditioning system that is located outdoors. Read More 

How To Know If Your Furnace Needs To Be Repaired

If you want to do your best to make sure that you are going to stay as warm as you would like during the colder months of the year, you need to become well aware of the things that may indicate the need for furnace repair. To better understand when it is time to call in a professional HVAC technician, you will want to check out the following points. You Hear Weird Sounds Read More