What To Do When Your Furnace Blower Keeps Running But No Heat

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If your furnace is on, but it doesn’t seem to heat your home, you may or may not need to contact a professional. This is because some furnace problems are easy to fix, while others require technical know-how and specialized tools. This article discusses some troubleshooting steps you should take first.

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What To Do With Your Air Conditioner When Summer Ends

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After a long summer, the cooling system deserves to rest. Dropping temperatures will let you turn off the air conditioner without discomfort. Make sure that you don’t just switch it off and forget. Instead, close down the air conditioner properly to prolong its lifespan and set it up for another good run next year.

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Air Handler vs. Furnace: What’s the Difference Between Them?

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When your old home heating system is no longer effective, you will need to find a suitable HVAC replacement among current options. If you are overwhelmed by this task, get help from an experienced HVAC contractor. In this article, we discuss the difference between an air handler and a furnace.

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Tell-Tale Signs Of An Overcharged Air Conditioner

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Too much of anything is just as bad as too little, as in the case of overcharged cooling systems. The need to process excessive refrigerant can damage air conditioning units over time. Ideal parameters are necessary to avoid problems and prolong equipment lifespan. This article explores overcharged AC symptoms and its associated dangers.

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Top 7 Things You Should Never Do To Your AC Unit

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When it comes to working on an important home appliance like the AC unit, don’t take wild guesses. You don’t want to do the wrong thing, impacting your family’s safety and wellbeing. If you want steady efficiency and comfort, there are a few important things you should keep on your “do” and “do not” list.

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Why Use A Ductless Air Conditioner For An Oil-Heated Home Without Ducts?

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Oil-heated homes mostly use hydronic heating systems, so they aren’t equipped with HVAC ductwork. This means that, in summer, oil-heat homes rely on window air conditioners to cool their homes instead of central air systems. This may have been a sound option before, but the advent of ductless cooling systems has changed the situation.

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What’s The Difference Between A/C Condensers & Evaporator Coils?

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Air conditioners absorb indoor heat and expel it outdoors. After several cycles of heat transfer, homes gradually cool down and feel comfortable. Two components, the condenser coils and evaporator coils, do much of the work behind the scenes. Although similar in appearance, they function in opposite ways. This article discusses these differences.

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Top Reasons Your Air Conditioner Is Not Removing Humidity

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Air conditioners make spaces feel more comfortable by lowering the temperature of the home and reducing indoor humidity levels. If the cooling system is not removing humidity, then something is wrong. In this article, we discuss some of the reasons an air conditioner may not be properly removing humidity from your home.

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Ductwork Makes Banging Noise: Causes & Solutions

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With central heating and air conditioning systems, warm or cold air is produced in one location and distributed throughout the house via ductwork. Ducts are often made of metal, making them susceptible to noise at the slightest disturbance. This article discusses common ductwork noises and what you can do to reduce them.

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