Posts Tagged ‘Asheville’

Warning Signs That Your Heat Pump Needs Replacing

Monday, August 20th, 2018

heat-pump-techYour heat pump can last quite a long time if you take proper care of it. However, it cannot last forever. Eventually, there will come a time when you need to replace your system with a new one. If you don’t want your heat pump to permanently break down on you in the middle of summer, it’s probably a good idea that you know the signs your system is coming to the end of its life. The following are just a few of the indications that you should call for heat pump replacement services, before your current one gives up the proverbial ghost. (more…)

Air Conditioning Noises You Should Never Ignore

Monday, August 6th, 2018

Air-Conditioner-TechAir conditioning problems come in many forms, some of which are easy to spot, and some not so much. We recommend that you have a professional conduct maintenance on your air conditioner every year, so you know that it’s ready for the added strain of the summer season. Preventive maintenance is not a guarantee, though.

There is still a chance that you can have problems come up with your system between appointments, which is why you need to be sure to keep an eye out for signs that your air conditioning system is in trouble. One of the most common ways to tell if your air conditioner is in trouble is to listen for odd noises coming from the system. (more…)

3 Air Conditioning Problems That Can Make Your Life Harder

Monday, July 23rd, 2018

Frozen-ACSummer is the time of year when air conditioners are most likely to develop all kinds of issues, and no wonder. All the added strain from operating for hours each and every day for months at a time is bound to cause issues to crop up every now and then. Preventive maintenance is a great way to prevent issues from occurring as frequently in your air conditioner, so hopefully that’s something that you’ve already scheduled for the year.

If not, you should have that done as soon as possible. Even if you have, though, you need to keep an eye out for any signs that your system is malfunctioning. The following are just three of the many common air conditioning problems that can make your life harder this summer. (more…)

Have You Properly Prepared Your Air Conditioner for Summer?

Monday, July 9th, 2018

air-conditioner-techYou probably don’t think about your air conditioner all that much while you’re using it, as long as it’s working properly. The thing is, though, summer happens to be the time when air conditioners break down the most often.

They’re put under quite a lot of stress during those months, after all. If you don’t want to suddenly find yourself with a broken-down air conditioner during the hottest time of the year, you should make sure to protect your system by taking certain steps. Let’s go over those steps below. (more…)

Why Your Furnace Isn’t Heating Well Enough

Monday, March 19th, 2018

FurnaceBefore you ask, no, it’s probably not because it’s lost the inspiration to heat. Or because it’s mad at you. Or because it’s experiencing burnout. Well, maybe actual burnout in some capacity. Certainly not emotional, though.

Anyway, a furnace that won’t heat is one of the more irritating issues to deal with at home during the winter season. There are a lot of different reasons why your furnace may not be heating properly, some of which we’ve listed below. (more…)

What You Need to Know About Your Furnace Air Filter

Monday, February 5th, 2018

Clean-Air-FilterWhen something causes a furnace to start malfunctioning, most people tend to assume it’s something big and threatening. While it certainly can be something significant that is causing your furnace to act strangely, it doesn’t necessarily need to be. There are a number of smaller things that can nevertheless cripple your furnace if they aren’t dealt with properly. Let’s take a look at one of those things: the air filter. (more…)

Furnace Issues to Be Aware Of

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

furnaceWe’re sure you’re cranking your furnace up as high as possible on a daily basis to cope with the worst winter temperatures in recent memory. We certainly don’t begrudge you staying warm and comfortable during this harsh winter season. However, we do recommend that you keep an eye out for signs that your furnace is having issues related to the strain. More demand means more wear and tear, after all. Have a look at the following signs that your furnace is in need of repairs. (more…)

Looking for a New Heating System? Consider Installing a Boiler

Monday, December 11th, 2017

boiler-installationThe middle of winter is just about the worst time to go looking for a new heating system to install in your home. But, if it’s a choice between that and not having a heating system at all, most people are going to bite the proverbial bullet and find something to keep their home warm as quickly as possible. If you’d like an estimate on a new heating system in your area, send us a contact request and we’ll get back to you ASAP!

Of course, you don’t just want to install any system that you can afford that happens to fit in the space provided for it. You want to find a system that meets your home’s individual needs. Have a look at a boiler system, how it works, and the advantages that it can provide you if you install one this winter. (more…)

The Advantages of Installing a Radiant Heating System

Monday, October 30th, 2017

radiant-heating-installationThere are a variety of different heating systems available on the market today, each of which is suited for a different range of individual circumstances. Many people install new heating systems during the fall season. If you happen to be one of those homeowners looking for a new heater, you have a lot of different options available to you. One such option is radiant heating. Read on to find out more about the benefits that a radiant heating system can offer you this fall. (more…)

Why Heat Pumps Need Maintenance Twice a Year

Monday, October 16th, 2017

heat-pump-cashIf you’re using a heat pump for climate control, you’re probably going to be shifting it from air conditioning to heating mode over the next couple of weeks. Before we get too deep into the heating season, though, it’s important that you take some steps to make sure that your heat pump is ready for it. The best thing you can do to get your heat pump ready for winter is to schedule preventive maintenance for it. You should be scheduling preventive maintenance for your heat pump even if you have already it conducted this year. Read on to find out why heat pumps need more maintenance than other climate control systems. (more…)