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Ductless Mini Split

A ductless mini split is a great alternative for a central heating and cooling system. Still, you may be wondering how does a ductless mini split system work and how do they differ from a central system.

Signs Your AC Is Working Too Hard

One sure way to tell that your air conditioner is on the way to failure is if it is working too hard. Working too hard can both be a symptom or cause of issues. Either way it is important to be able to identify signs your AC is working too hard.

Why Does AC Break Down

With summer right around the corner the last thing you need is your air conditioner breaking down repeatedly. It is an experience that will definitely leave you frustrated and can end up costing a considerable amount of money in the end. The big question is, why does AC break down?

Floorplan and Airflow

Floorplan and airflow: the structure of a building plays a large part in the quantity and quality of airflow and cooling it will receive. Learn more about how your floor plan affects airflow and cooling.

HVAC Tonnage

How important is HVAC tonnage when replacing your HVAC system?

Dirty Vents

Dirty vents can range from light dust to heavy black streaks that even extend to your ceiling. If you find you are dealing with this more often than normal than you may be dealing with one of the following issues.

Heater Replacement

While we can definitely appreciate the old systems that kept our homes warm and worked for years there are many valid reasons for a heater replacement.

Washable AC Filters

There are many options for air filters they vary in size, material, filtration, and pricing giving you a large range to choose from. One of the options available for your system are washable ac filters.

Buyer's Remorse

The best method to prevent this from happening is to do thorough research and weigh all of your options. Here are a list of upgrades and what you should consider to help prevent buyer’s remorse.

How Important Is Refrigerant Charge

During maintenance visit your HVAC technician informs you that your refrigerant charge levels are lower than they should be. Now you are faced with the decision: pay for the refrigerant charge to be corrected now or ride it out? In this article we discuss the importance of proper refrigerant charge.