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Top 6 Mistakes Homeowners Make In Maintaining Their HVAC System

Top 6 Mistakes Homeowners Make In Maintaining Their HVAC System Is your home not staying as cool as you’d like? The answer could lie in costly mistakes with your AC system. We’ve outlined the top 6 mistakes people encounter when it comes to operating and maintaining their HVAC system: 1. Not cleaning or changing the

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Is System Maintenance Necessary Twice Per Year?

Do I really need to have a tune-up or check-up inspection twice per year? Isn’t once per year good enough? Yes, you need your systems inspected twice a year. Especially if the heater is gas or propane. We perform different tasks on your system in the Summer than we do in the Winter. Gas appliances

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New Furnace. Do I Need System Maintenance?

Do I need to have my Furnace serviced every year, even if it is newer? Yes, even if you just your furnace installed, you need to have your system inspected before the major heating season or the major cooling season hits. In fact, it is more important to service it while it is still under

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What Is “Freon”?

What is “Freon”? Freon is actually DuPont’s name brand for R-22. R-22 is the short name for the halocarbon compound CHClF2 (monochlorodifluoromethane), which is used as the refrigerant. R stands for the refrigerant. In the number “22” second “2” denotes the number of the fluorine atoms in the compound. The DuPont name, Freon, became so

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Does My Air Conditioner Need Freon Every Year?

Do I need to add Freon to my Air Conditioner every year? Answer: No Refrigerant circuits are fully sealed systems. If you need to add, you have a leak. We can add refrigerant to just get you by temporarily, but we do not consider that a repair. No warranty will be given on simply adding

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Why Is Summer The Season For Freon Leaks?

Why do Freon Leaks seem to happen at the beginning and at the end of the Summer? This is a great question and we are excited to let our inner geek out to answer it! It all has to do with the relationship between temperature and pressure, or thermal dynamics. You see, when an air

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