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Common Fixes for an A/C That Is Blowing Hot Air

Common Fixes for an A/C That Is Blowing Hot AirIf your home feels unusually warm and you discover the A/C is blowing hot air, you’ll want to identify the cause and get it fixed fast to restore comfort. Here are five of the most common fixes for this problem, with advice on which ones you can easily remedy yourself and when to call for expert help.

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3 Ways to Keep Your HVAC Unit Free Home Remodeling Debris

Free Remodeling your Michigan home? Don’t forget to protect your HVAC system. A home remodeling project can generate a great deal of dust and debris, which can spell trouble for air conditioners and other home comfort-related appliances. A build-up of remodeling debris inside the system can cause all manner of problems, from reducing your air conditioner’s efficiency to damaging fan motors and other moving parts. These three tips will help ensure that your home’s new look doesn’t cost you a new A/C unit.

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SEER, EER and COP: Good Terms to Know When You A/C Shop

SEER, EER and COP: Good Terms to Know When You A/C ShopWhile you likely relish having a nice and cool place to come home to during the summer, you probably don’t enjoy the increase in energy costs every month. If you’ve been considering purchasing a new A/C, choosing one that is energy efficient can go a long way towards reducing your monthly expenses. To ensure you get the most bang for your buck, it’s vital that you understand what the efficiency rating you see on a different systems means. Get the scoop on SEER, EER and COP so you can make an informed decision that will help you find the an A/C that will keep your home comfortable, while saving you money.

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Noisy A/C: Try Troubleshooting Yours Before You Call a Pro

Noisy A/C: Try Troubleshooting Yours Before You Call a ProGrand Traverse County may not have the long, brutal heating season of places down south, but it’s still no good when the A/C starts complaining on a hot July day – or any day. If you’ve got a noisy A/C, there is something you can do before calling the professionals, especially on hot July days when demand for A/C maintenance is up.

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Is It Time to Replace the Air Conditioner?

Is It Time to Replace the Air Conditioner?If your annual A/C maintenance has you thinking about a replacement or an upgrade, you’re not the only one. With air conditioners aging year by year and new, more efficient technology continually coming onto the market, upgrading to a new model can make a lot of sense. But when does it become really necessary to replace the air conditioner? Here are some signs to watch out for.

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Installing an HVAC System? In an Old House or New, These Tips Can Help

Installing an HVAC System? In an Old House or New, These Tips Can HelpMoving to a new home entails a lot of planning and consideration, and it can feel like an endless to-do list has to be checked off before you can settle in. But one item you shouldn’t neglect is an inspection of your new home’s HVAC’s system – and, potentially, installing an A/C and furnace to better suit your home’s needs.

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When the Programmable Thermostat Acts Up, Know What to Do

When the Programmable Thermostat Acts Up, Know What to DoProgrammable thermostats can save homeowners a lot of money and hassle, especially in a climate like Grand Traverse County’s. But like any appliance, they can malfunction. When that happens, knowing how to troubleshoot your programmable thermostat can be a big help – not every problem requires a visit from the HVAC guy.

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