With the summer warmup here, you’ll want to make sure you can cool down comfortably in your home. So, if you notice that your system is blowing warm air instead of cool air, you could have a problem on your hands. To help identify the problem, we’re going to point out a few possible reasons why your system is blowing warm air.
With summer in full effect, you’d probably prefer to spend your hard-earned savings on a relaxing vacation with your family and friends instead of on preventable HVAC issues. So, we’ve listed some of the best ways to prevent costly and time-consuming repairs on your system.
As a homeowner who will deal with HVAC repair at some point, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the terms an HVAC technician may use when making a repair or replacing your current system. It makes the communication process easier for both you and the technician. Below are some terms that may come up in your discussion.
As it’s getting warmer outside and air conditioners are being used more, we want to share five FAQs (and their answers) that every homeowner should know!
Heating and air conditioning systems are out of sight and out of mind, until the moment they break down. And that usually happens in the dead of the heat or cold. Replacing your old system before it breaks down can save you more money than simply continuing to repair it.