Dealing With A Freezing AC

If you have your AC suddenly stop producing cool air for you, there are a few easy things you want to look into in order to try troubleshooting the situation. You can check the thermostat to make sure you have the system set correctly, check the fuse to make sure none of the fuses have tripped, check to make sure the registers are still open, and check to make sure the filter is clean and not so full of gunk the air isn't able to pull air back into the system. [Read More]

Getting Your AC Ready For Summer? 4 Sounds You Should Listen For

Now that the weather is finally getting warmer, you'll need to start prepping your air conditioner for summer. One way to make sure it's ready for use is to listen to the sound of things. You might not realize this, but you can tell a lot about your air conditioner from the sounds that it makes. When you start your air conditioner up for the first time this summer, spend some time listening for strange sounds. [Read More]

Maintaining Your Furnace's Blower

Your heating system is an intricate network of components that work together to produce hot air. Without a system that is working efficiently, it can be challenging to keep your home's interior a comfortable temperature. Many homeowners overlook the importance of maintaining their furnace's blower. The blower plays a critical role in helping to push heated air out of the furnace and into your home's air ducts. Failure to maintain the blower could compromise the function of your home's heating system as a whole. [Read More]

How To Troubleshoot Furnace Humming And Buzzing

When the weather turns cold, you want your heating system to work properly. Furnaces make many natural noises during operation, but a humming or buzzing sound is not usually normal. Failure to troubleshot and fix the noises could cause your furnace to quit completely. You should be able to find source of the humming or buzzing yourself by following these troubleshooting tips. Inspect the Blower Motor Humming noises can commonly be traced to the blower motor. [Read More]