March 23rd, 2020
Your heater is vital to the comfort and efficiency of your home. The decision to repair or replace your system is just as important, and requires a thorough knowledge of how the system works and how long it’s supposed to last.
Unfortunately, most homeowners don’t have access to the details of this type of information. They must rely on their local HVAC contractor to give them the details about the condition of their heater, the efficiency levels, and whether it’s time to replace the system instead of performing a heating repair in Savannah, GA. This can be incredibly difficult, especially when dealing with an amateur HVAC technician who doesn’t know what they’re talking about.
That’s why we can offer some sound advice to help you figure out whether your heater needs a repair or a total replacement. And—if you’re looking for an HVAC team that isn’t full of amateurs, we’re available!
February 24th, 2020
Furnace repair isn’t just something that you can always prepare for. Unfortunately, just like our cars, electronic devices, and other systems we use regularly, furnaces will need certain repairs throughout their lifespans and there’s not much anyone can do about it.
That being said, a homeowner that notices they need furnace repair early compared to a homeowner that ignores the constant plights of their heating system can make all the difference in the world. That’s why, if you’re the former of the two, we’ve got some inspiring words for you that can help mitigate a repair issue in the future.
When you notice the signs of furnace repair in Savannah, GA and contact a professional accordingly, there’s a pretty good chance it will be nipped in the bud and your system will remain healthy and strong. So, take a look at some of the ways your furnace could be telling you it needs repairs!
January 27th, 2020
We don’t talk about zone control systems enough, and we’re hoping to change that in the future. When homeowners are looking at ways to save money and maximize their heater’s power, they often only look at the heating unit itself and nowhere else. A zone control system can be installed in your ductwork, being a way to eliminate cold spots and create a more even heating effect through the entirety of your home. So, to help mitigate the tunnel vision of homeowners who focus solely on their heating unit, we’re going to talk about an exterior system that can help increase the effectiveness and efficiency of your heater.
If you’re in the market for a way to improve your heating in Savannah, GA then you came to the right place. A zone control system is an impressively advanced way to increase the output of your heating system without having to upgrade it entirely.
December 9th, 2019
Both furnaces and heat pumps are solutions to a constant problem—how to combat the chilly winter temperatures we’re dealing with every year. While it might not be as chilly for us as it is for our northern neighbors, that doesn’t mean cold temperatures aren’t uncomfortable at best and dangerous at worst. That’s why having a reliable heater is just as important for us as it is for anyone else!
Though, with many different types of heaters on the market today, how can you tell which heater will benefit your home the most? With so little time in the winter to test them out for effectiveness, it can be difficult choosing the right system, to say the least.
We’re going to discuss two different types of heaters—the furnace and the heat pump. Both function much differently than the other, but they provide essentially the same service at similar rates of efficiency. If your curiosity peaks during this post, make sure to call us for anything involving HVAC in Richmond Hill, GA.
November 11th, 2019
Nobody gets a dual fuel hybrid heating system because it looks cool. If it was economically or situationally effective, we would just hook every one of our customers up with a heat pump and call it a day.
However, heat pumps are not always as effective and affordable as they may seem throughout the year. When temperatures begin to drop below what a heat pump can handle, you’ll start to feel the difference and it won’t make you very happy. While we love heat pump HVAC in Savannah, GA we don’t want homeowners purchasing a system that won’t make keep them content. That’s why we offer dual fuel hybrid systems.
These systems contain the efficiency and year-round versatility of a heat pump, with the power and effective heating potential of a furnace, mixing it all into one system.
Nope, we’re not making this up. Keep reading to see if a dual fuel system is right for you!
October 28th, 2019
Here in Douglas, winter doesn’t come until much later than our northern neighbors. Though, when it does come, it comes quickly and with some powerfully cold weather. November and December can easily dip below freezing, so you’ll need to make sure that your heater is up to snuff and ready to combat the cold temperatures. However, we’re not here to talk about that in this blog post.
Instead, we’re going to talk about how you can quickly and effectively store your outdoor air conditioning unit so it is safe and secure until next spring. Otherwise, depending on how brutal the precipitation is or how chilly the temperatures get, you could be dealing with expensive AC repair in Douglas, GA when next summer rolls along.
So, what can you do to minimize the risks of any AC problems while preparing for the winter?
October 14th, 2019
AC efficiency doesn’t have to start and stop with a brand new system. You’d be surprised by how many homeowners neglect the small changes they can make to increase their long term air conditioning efficiency.
Yes, what we mean to tell you is that there are some easy things you can do, that are fairly inexpensive, to increase the cooling power and efficiency of your air conditioning system. So let’s make a deal. We’ll impart on you these tricks of the trade to keep yourself cool at the cheapest possible price, while you promise to pay close enough attention to your system to call for AC maintenance in Bluffton, GA at the first sight of something off.
Sound good? Great, let’s get into the specifics.
September 30th, 2019
If you ever hear a strange noise in your house, unless you’re stuck in a horror movie, you should always investigate the cause. Sometimes that cause might need the assistance of a service professional with air conditioning repair in Bluffton, SC, other times there might be an easier solution. Either way, don’t continue living your life as normal while pretending that these noises are fine. They’re not!
We have gotten a lot of calls over the years about air conditioners making noises, from squealing to bubbling, and each one of them can signify an issue with your system. Ignoring them should never be an option, and luckily for you, we’ve got a list of some noises that can help you keep on your toes. If you notice any of the following noises coming from your AC unit, you should absolutely call a professional to take care of them.
So? Let’s talk about some noises!
September 16th, 2019
Homeowners are keenly aware of the problems with excessive humidity, because dehumidifiers are quite popular appliances these days. When we think of humidity, we think of being uncomfortable, sweaty, and tired. However, humidity can be a big problem with your health as well, and a well-maintained air conditioner is essential in keeping your home comfortable and healthy. As we often like to tell our community, having no air conditioning in Bluffton, SC can be a major issue.
Humidity can cause a slew of problems if you’re not careful, since many of the issues we usually associate with heat can be associated with humidity as well. What might be a 90-degree day, can quickly feel like a 110-degree day with high humidity, and you’ll soon find yourself having some health problems.
So how can a quality AC
maintenance plan help you avoid this? You’ll have to keep reading to find out.
September 2nd, 2019
Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to replace your malfunctioning air conditioner and suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous comfort.
Ahem, pardon our Shakespearean, but this question does deserve a soliloquy of its own. Where must the line be drawn, between an air conditioner that’s just having a bad time and an AC that needs an entire replacement?
Fortunately for you (and unfortunately for Hamlet), there’s a pretty well-established answer to this question. AC technicians who perform air conditioning service in Savannah, GA use a set of criteria to know when an AC unit is on its last legs, or when it just needs a couple of fixes to be at its best. Sometimes these criteria can be unknown to homeowners, and it comes as a surprise to them when it’s recommended that their old, faithful air conditioner should be replaced.
So, let’s help you get
acquainted with that criteria.