November 5th, 2018
Modern heating systems are incredibly safe and reliable. Of course, a heating system is really only ever as good as the services that it receives. That is why you should schedule your heating services with the professional technicians on our team. Even with routine service, there may be a need for residential heating repairs in Clayton, NC. At some point, no matter how great your heating system may be, you are going to run into operational problems of some kind with your heater.
When problems do develop, it is always in your best interest, and that of your heater, to have them resolved as soon as possible. To do so, you need to know some of the early warning signs to look out for. That’s what we are going to discuss in today’s blog post. If you notice any of these red flags in your home, or you have any other reason to suspect that there is a problem with your heater, do not hesitate to give us a call.
October 22nd, 2018
If you are not a professional heating contractor yourself, then you have no business in servicing—or attempting to service—your home heating systems. You always need to work with a professional HVAC contractor in Durham, and that means you always need to dial our number. Our technicians are some of the finest in the industry, and your satisfaction is guaranteed when we handle your heating services. Summer may get more attention around here, but you can’t take risks in the winter.
But when should I call in my heating contractor? you may be wondering. Well, you don’t really want to wait until something goes wrong with your heating system. There are a lot of points at which you’ll want to have a reputable heating contractor like us come out to your home. We’ll cover them below. Remember, professional heating services don’t just ensure a great performance from your heater. They also help to ensure an efficient and, most importantly, a safe performance.
October 8th, 2018
After how hot and uncomfortable it can be around here during the cooling season, we totally understand that you may be ready to move on and that you might even be looking forward to the cooler weather that the winter months will bring. Just remember that you’ll need your air conditioner before too much time passes, though. It only makes sense to deal with problems now rather than waiting until later.
Not convinced? Then this is the post for you. The TL:DR version of this post is simply that there is no benefit in waiting to have your air conditioner repaired. The details are much more convincing, however, so if you’re feeling a bit skeptical, just keep reading. If you’re not convinced of the benefits that you’ll enjoy with prompt air conditioning repair in Clayton, NC after doing so, well, you probably will be after you encounter the consequences of waiting!
September 24th, 2018
Before we begin today’s post, we want to let everyone affected by Hurricane Florence know that you are in our thoughts. The aftereffects of the storm are going to be felt for some time, but we know our community and those surrounding it, and we know that we will all band together to put the pieces back in place.
That being said, we are turning our attention away from the stormy weather and toward the coming cold. Now, we may not suffer the extreme chill that they do in parts of the Northeast and Midwest throughout the winter season, but that does not mean that we don’t need great heaters in our homes. And a great heater will only provide a great performance when paired with great heating maintenance in Raleigh, NC!
Read on for some reminders about what routine heating tune-ups can do for you. It may not be quite time to fire up that heater yet, but a look at the forecast will show that cooler temperatures are on their way. Reach out to a member of our team to get your heater back on track.
August 27th, 2018
Okay, quick show of hands—how many of you are professional HVAC contractors. Don’t worry, we cannot actually see you through your webcam right now (that’d be creepy), but we’re guessing that not many hands went up. This is no big surprise, of course. If you were professional HVAC contractors, you probably wouldn’t be reading this blog. And that’s the whole point. Only skilled, trained professionals can install and service your HVAC system(s). Our pros fit the bill.
If you are thinking about breaking out the old toolbox to take care of an HVAC job around your home, then we really want you to reconsider. And no, that is not just because we want to line our own pockets. The fact of the matter is that we could still make a living off of repairing the systems damaged by those homeowners that decided they could fix their systems on their own! So read on, and remember that ours is the number to call when you need HVAC services in Clayton, NC.
August 13th, 2018
Our team is 100% committed to your 100% satisfaction with your air conditioning system. That is why our team wants to stress, once more (and not for the last time), the fact that AC maintenance is an absolute necessity. If you want your air conditioner to meet your needs and expectations, let alone to exceed them, then you need to schedule annual maintenance with the trained professionals on our staff. We will help you to get the most from your system.
Of course, we do not just expect you to say “okay, great” and pick up the phone. So today we are going to use this opportunity to help you better understand why this is such a priority. We’ll give you one quick hint—we excel in air conditioning repair in Raleigh, and if you don’t schedule annual AC maintenance, we’ll be seeing you for that particular service before long! So read on, and take advantage of all that AC maintenance has to offer.
July 30th, 2018
Huh, that’s weird. The AC is leaking water. I didn’t even know that it held water! I’ll just try to find the leak myself and maybe I can plug it up.
Stop. Right. There.
You are not hallucinating. Yes, your air conditioner may be surrounded by water. Yes, this may be the result of a leak in the system—though probably not exactly in the way that you’re thinking. The fact of the matter is that, unless you are using an evaporative cooler, your air conditioner does not use water in its operation.
It doesn’t store water.
It doesn’t have a water supply line.
So where the heck is this water coming from?
Well, that is what we are going to be looking at in today’s post! Read on to learn more about why your air conditioner may be standing in a pool of water, and whether or not that means that you need air conditioning repair in Durham, NC.
July 16th, 2018
We are going to start this blog post with something a bit unusual: a very short one-act play.
Interior, living room. A sunny day. Joe and Susan Homeowner are sweating, waiting for the AC to start up.
Any minute, now. I’m sure of it.
There it goes! Finally, I’m—wait, what happened?
It—it seems to have shut back off. Susan, it shut right back off! I don’t know—wait, it’s started again!
Well, thank goodness for that. I was starting to—
(We hear the system shut back down. Susan and Joe Homeowner both fall to their knees.
Susan and Joe:
July 2nd, 2018
It is impossible to argue against the fact that the split central air conditioning system remains the most popular of all whole-house cooling systems in use today. The central AC that we all know and love has a lot going for it—and its method of distributing conditioned air throughout an entire house via a centralized system of air ducts is certainly a major improvement over loud, inefficient window units. That being said, there are other options out there to consider.
The ductless mini split is certainly one of the most enticing, even if some homeowners are not yet privy to the many benefits that it has to offer. While they’ve long been dominant in many commercial applications, ductless air conditioning systems have become incredibly popular in the residential sector over the years, too. You can count on us to install your ductless AC and to handle any other air conditioning service in Durham, NC the right way, every time.