January 11th, 2021
Your furnace is struggling. We get it, it’s been a hard year. Maybe you skipped that maintenance appointment or you’ve been saving up instead of calling for furnace repairs. This isn’t something we’ll scoff at, during unprecedented times these things happen. However, if your furnace isn’t working the way that you need it to, it could end up costing you so much more down the line. We’re trying to work with you in fending off the costs you might be paying in a year if you don’t get your system fixed today.
So, we want to highlight the most common and important furnace repairs that homeowners need to know about. Perhaps if you’re more informed about what’s going on in your furnace, and what’s at stake, then maybe you’ll understand the urgency about calling us for furnace repair in Cartersville, GA. Don’t worry, we’ll work with you for an affordable and effective solution to your heating problems.
December 28th, 2020
We talk a lot about heater problems on this blog. Many of them are problems that decrease the efficiency of your heater, make it unstable, or just make it not work the way you want it to. Rarely are there any immediate safety issues that have to be addressed the moment they occur. A problem with your heat exchanger definitely is one of them though.
If you’ve never heard the term “heat exchanger” before, don’t worry. It’s not a well-known term outside of this industry, so we’re not startled when homeowners don’t know about it. Basically, if your furnace repair in Dallas, GA includes your heat exchanger, there could be a real threat of leaking gas or carbon monoxide in your home. We’re going to talk about how you might know if you’re suffering from a problem with your heat exchanger, and what you can do about it!
December 14th, 2020
“Preventative” is a word that should be welcomed with open arms in your home. When we talk about “preventative heating tips,” what we’re really talking about are ways you can avoid repairs in the future by preventing them today. Overall, preventative maintenance is the difference between a broken down heater in the middle of the winter and a heater that, while it might still struggle, will ultimately keep you safe and comfortable throughout its lifespan.
What are these preventative tips? And how can you trust us?
Well, we’re the premier team when it comes to HVAC in Dallas, GA. Our staff is always experienced, knowledgeable, and well-equipped with the technology needed to ensure your system runs smoothly and effectively. We just know how heaters work, and we’ll let you in on some industry secrets that can keep you comfortable for longer.
November 30th, 2020
It’s getting colder and colder each evening. The temperatures steadily drop and as you get cozy in bed, you drift off to sleep knowing that your heater is churning out warmth that will keep you safe, secure, and sleepy. That’s all wonderful until your heater churns out a groan and shuts down completely, rendering your home cold and uncomfortable. This is a nightmare scenario.
We’re here to tell you that heating breakdowns do occur and that you shouldn’t panic. Panic can turn any problem with HVAC in Cartersville, GA into a catastrophe and we’re trying to avoid catastrophes in general!
Here’s an idea—why not keep reading this blog post and get a good checklist for what to do when your heater breaks down? Take the panic and tough decisions out of the mix and keep this list handy so that you know exactly what to do when the moment strikes.
November 16th, 2020
That’s a good question. Regardless of how you’ve gotten to this blog post, either with dissatisfaction from your last heating job or because you’re a big fan of our dad jokes and intimate HVAC knowledge, you probably have a contractor you regularly work with. Homeowners might like having that one person they can always call, but what if that contractor isn’t as good as you think they are? What if you’ve been using the same heating contractor for a decade or more, without knowing that you’re losing money every time you call them?
It’s entirely possible. We’re going to make the case today that you can get more with your HVAC service in Cartersville, GA. In fact, we’re going to highlight exactly why our team is the premier heating service provider in the area. It’s not because we’re a giant megacorporation, or because we beat out other competition through force—it’s from good, quality heating care at affordable rates.
November 2nd, 2020
Heat pumps are one of the best new technological advancements to come from the HVAC industry in the past twenty years. With technology that started in central air conditioners, they’ve now become adequate heating systems that are powerful enough to keep most of the country warm and cozy during the winter. However, that isn’t necessarily the case when the reversing valve gets stuck.
If you’ve been one of the unfortunate few heat pump owners who goes to switch it from cooling mode to heating mode, only for it to get stuck, you’re not alone. This is a typical problem in these types of systems. Thankfully, heating repair in Canton, GA can get at the problem effectively.
Now, let’s get to the good part. Why should you choose us for your heat pump repair? We’ll go into detail about why we’re the best suited to perform this service.
October 19th, 2020
Heater maintenance is a vital service for your heater. Do you think you could escape it because this year you bought a heat pump to replace your furnace? Well, too bad, because you’ll need maintenance twice a year instead of just once. The fact of the matter is—if your heater is working hard, it’s going to need maintenance.
For such an important service, it really boggles our mind how bad of a reputation it’s garnered. People just assume heater maintenance is optional because it’s offered instead of included with installation or replacement services. Would you assume that filling your car up with gas is optional because it’s never offered by a mechanic?
Of course not! Let’s talk about why this is such an important HVAC service in Canton, GA. We’ll go over what exactly heater maintenance is, why you can benefit from it, and what it means to skip it.
October 5th, 2020
Short-cycling is a term we use fairly often in the HVAC industry. While we want homeowners to notice this kind of problem and call to have it fixed, it can sometimes be difficult. After all, many homeowners just think that if their air conditioner is on and working, then it’s probably fine to ignore. Unfortunately, that’s how problems like short-cycling can quickly turn into system breakdowns.
In today’s blog post, we’re going to talk about the specifics behind short-cycling. We’ll talk about what it is, what causes it, and the ways that you can get the problem addressed. Whether through air conditioning repair in Canton, GA, or by a full system replacement, short-cycling is a problem that needs to be fixed regardless of how long its been happening.
Make sure you give our team a call if you’ve started experiencing a short-cycling AC.
September 21st, 2020
When you read the title of this post, you probably thought the following: “Wait, there are air conditioners other than a central AC?” While, yes this is absolutely the case, we don’t want to discourage you from investing in a central air conditioner if you know you’ll be using it for the right reasons. Central air conditioners are the most common type of air conditioning system for a reason, and we don’t want to continue without mentioning that.
However, if your home doesn’t quite fit the standards of what a central AC brings, then perhaps you could use a different system. Take it from the pros of HVAC in Kennesaw, GA, there’s a system that’s right for every home and every budget, and we’re here to help you acquire it. So, let’s talk about your options and see which system is right for you.
September 7th, 2020
If you were to answer that question before reading this blog post, what would you say? “The compressor compresses, right?” While you might be on the right track, unfortunately, it’s a bit more complicated than that.
Amateurs make their money off unsuspecting customers who don’t know a thing about their AC’s technology. They can make false claims, false promises, and talk about compressors incorrectly while the customer ends up paying for all their mistakes. It’s really terrible.
An honest or reputable HVAC contractor, like us, would do better with a clientele that knows more about their air conditioners. The more informed you are, the better we can explain our repairs and diagnostics properly. HVAC in Cartersville, GA might be complicated, but we’re here to help.
So let’s get started by talking about what your compressor does and where we can help you repair it.