3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Run Your Furnace With A Faulty Limit Switch

The limit switch is one of several sensors allowing your furnace to heat your home safely and efficiently. Like many other sensors in your furnace, a faulty limit switch usually prevents the furnace from running. However, a faulty limit switch won't always completely shut your furnace down. Switches that are just beginning to fail may work intermittently or behave inconsistently.  If you have reason to think your furnace's limit switch is failing, you might want to put off a repair for as long as possible. Read More 

3 Ways You Can Ensure Your Furnace Lasts As Long As Possible

Installing a new furnace isn't cheap. Unfortunately, having a functional furnace isn't optional in many parts of the country. If you live in one of the colder states, functional heating is necessary once winter arrives. Ideally, your home's furnace will not only keep you warm, but it will do so while remaining as reliable and efficient as possible. A typical furnace may last a few decades, but you may be able to extend the life of your furnace even further. Read More 

Differentiating 3 Common Air Conditioning Problems

The more information you can provide an HVAC technician, the easier time they'll have understanding your problem. While any skilled technician will still need to perform a full diagnosis, better information will give them a better starting point. Unfortunately, describing symptoms for complex technical symptoms can be challenging if you're not an expert. This guide will go over three common symptoms caused by air conditioning failures so that you can better describe your problem and understand the repairs proposed by your contractor. Read More 

4 Common Furnace Issues And How To Handle Them

The furnace keeps you warm when the temperatures drop. However, even the best-serviced models get damaged with time and will need expert repairs. More importantly, looking for a professional once you notice a problem is best, as you may damage crucial components trying to resolve the issue alone. Here are some issues a furnace repair expert will help troubleshoot and solve to restore proper function. The System Background Noises Are Different Read More 

Three Signs Of Electrical Issues In Your Central Air Conditioning System

Central air conditioning units rely on electrical energy to operate. Electricity powers mechanical components, such as the compressor, evaporator fan, and condenser fan. Therefore, if your air conditioner has electrical issues, it won't work optimally. Electrical problems can also lead to fires in the home. Therefore, look out for these three signs indicating your central AC has electrical issues that require immediate attention.  Air Conditioner Tripping Its Breaker Air conditioners have a circuit breaker that interrupts the electrical flow to the unit when it senses a fault, such as a short circuit. Read More