3 Components You Should Check When Your Furnace Stops Working

One of the most inconvenient things that can happen is a furnace that suddenly stops working in the middle of the cold season. Unfortunately, this happens to many homeowners because they rarely check the state of their heating appliance. Therefore, they are often caught unaware by a sudden system breakdown. If this is the case, and your unit has stopped working, you may try to troubleshoot the cause and fix the issue to restore heating. [Read More]

Steps To Replace Your Central Air Conditioner System

Is your central air conditioner experiencing problems again? If you're tired of your old system breaking down, you might be ready to replace it. Here is a guide to help you learn about the steps involved in replacing an air conditioner system so you'll know what to expect. Determine if you need a new system When your system stops working, an HVAC company can probably repair it. However, repairing it might not be your best option. [Read More]

2 Common AC Condensate Drain Problems

Condensation is a natural byproduct of any AC or refrigeration system. Central air conditioners handle excess condensation by removing it from your home through the condensate drain. Unfortunately, issues can sometimes arise with the condensate drain that prevent your air conditioner from operating correctly. Here's what you should know about two common AC condensate drain problems. 1. Clogs and Overflows The condensate drain and drain pan are located in a dark area under your evaporator coils in the furnace assembly. [Read More]

AC Repair Versus Replacement: 3 Factors That Can Help You Decide

If your air conditioner stops working, you may find yourself struggling to choose between repairing this appliance and simply replacing it. This can be a difficult decision for many homeowners to make. After all, replacing your air conditioner can be a rather significant expense. On the other hand, you don't want to invest a lot of money in air conditioner repairs if this appliance is not going to last for the foreseeable future. [Read More]