Posts tagged hvac maintenance
What You Need to Know About Indoor Air Quality

If you had to grade your indoor air quality on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being not healthy and 10 being almost like fresh air, how would you rate it? Like most homeowners and business owners in Charleston and surrounding areas, you may not know how to rate it or whether you should even be worried about it.

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Tips for Helping You Choose a New Air Conditioner for Your Home in Charleston

Summertime in Charleston can be extremely hot, and that means your air conditioner is working overtime to keep you cool and comfortable in your home. If your air conditioner is older and seems to be struggling to keep up with your family’s comfort level this summer plus you have poured money into expensive repairs, then it could mean it’s time to consider replacing your HVAC system.

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Reasons to Sign-Up for an HVAC Maintenance Plan

The peak of summertime is near and with the heat and humidity rising your air conditioning will be constantly running, which increases the demand and stress on your HVAC system. As your HVAC system ages, the more repairs that will be needed and when you use your air conditioner constantly during the summer the greater chance that it could break.

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Three Tips to Protect Your HVAC for Hurricane Season

The Atlantic forecast is out for the 2019 Hurricane season, and the good news is that researchers are predicting a quieter season than the past three have been. The predictions are still early, and as the storm season gets underway the predictions may change for the fall storm season if any storms form during the early summer months.

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How to Know When You’ve Found a Great HVAC Company

With so many HVAC companies in the Charleston area, it’s not easy to pick one that you will be happy with for the long term. Many companies advertise themselves as the best in the business in our area, but how do you know if they really are? We are here with a few tips to help you find a great HVAC company that you will not only be happy with but look forward to their service calls.

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Why Isn’t My Air Conditioner Cooling?

Good news, our gorgeous Charleston summers are right around the corner! With the approach of summer, your air conditioner will be used more frequently. If your air conditioner hasn’t been used since last summer, make sure you are home the first time it is turned on to make sure it is running properly. If you discover that your air conditioner isn’t cooling your home, it is not only an unpleasant surprise, but can cause you to be concerned about the cost of repairs.

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Quick Tip: Which Furnace Filter Should I Choose?

Choosing the best furnace filter for your family and home can be very confusing and overwhelming. There are so many choices and it is often hard to figure out which one will create a healthy environment for your family and also help your furnace work it’s best. Watch the video to understand the pro’s and con’s of each furnace filter type.

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What you should know about Your HVAC and Your Health

Most homeowners main concern with their heating and air conditioning system is that it keeps them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Have you thought about the air that is circulating within your home? Your HVAC system is the main entry point for all of the air in your home that you live in and breathe daily. It is critical to keep your HVAC system well maintained for your family’s health.

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How Your Furnace Works and Avoiding Potential Dangers

The delicate parts of your furnace are subjected to wear and tear every time your furnace heats your home. Over time parts of your furnace can weaken, and can even become a danger to you and your family if a crack forms. Watch this video to see how your furnace works and learn about how to avoid a crack in your furnace.

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A Winter Tune-Up Can Help You Avoid Costly HVAC Repairs

When the winter temperatures begin to drop, you turn up the heat in your home to stay cozy. But what happens if the heater isn’t turning on because you haven’t used it yet this winter season? This turns into a very costly repair, and could have been avoided if you had completed a winter tune-up prior to the cold temperatures starting.

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