Why is My Furnace Making That Weird Sound?

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Your furnace operates at a relatively low noise level. The few sounds it does make are not disruptive and usually go unnoticed as the winter drags on. That’s why a sudden change can indicate your furnace is suffering from a malfunction. The type of noise your furnace is emitting can help you pinpoint the cause… Read more »

How to Fix a Stuck Vent Register

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Many central air conditioning systems use vent registers with movable shutters to control the amount of air entering a given space. In most instances, a small lever located on the front of the register can be adjusted to open and close the register. Over time, however, these levers can become hard to operate and make… Read more »

AC Installation & Contractor Responsibilities

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Now that you’ve decided to replace your air conditioning unit, you’re probably wondering what to expect of the contractor’s responsibilities. Many homeowners are unaware of what should be included in the installation price, so be sure to check with your contractor for exactly what is included! Let’s discuss some of the items that typically come… Read more »

5 Signs Your Air Conditioner Compressor is Failing

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The compressor is one of the key components of your air conditioning system as it produces cool air by pumping refrigerant throughout the system. If your compressor is failing, it needs to be addressed right away before your air conditioner stops working. Here are five warning signs that indicate a potential compressor problem: Your air… Read more »