Raleigh Heating & Air Blog : Posts Tagged ‘HVAC repair’

Why You Should Always Hire an HVAC Pro

Monday, August 27th, 2018

AC-toolsOkay, 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.

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HVAC FAQ: Why Is My System Short Cycling?

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

comfortable-womanWhether during the very hot, very humid days of summer, or on the chillier nights of the winter season, one thing is certain. You want to be comfortable in your home. You are not going to be able to achieve that goal if your HVAC systems are not functioning properly. There is a lot that can go wrong with any mechanical system, our heaters and air conditioners included. Remember, just because these systems are technically running does not mean that they are running as they ought to.

Spotting the signs of trouble with your HVAC systems is not always as simple as it sounds. An air conditioner that is blowing warm air, or a heater that won’t start at all, are pretty clear cases in which you’ll need to contact a Durham, NC HVAC service. However, you should also recognize short cycling as a sign of trouble, and one that could be caused by a number of different issues. So what is short cycling?

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