AC Thermostat: Types And When To Replace

Posted on: 21 February 2020

The air conditioning (AC) thermostat is a critical component of the cooling system. The thermostat controls the temperature settings for a comfortable house. Below are some of the types of thermostats available today, and when you should replace your thermostat. Types You can get thermostats in these two basic configurations. Mechanical Mechanical thermostats require manual operations. You have to operate the thermostat manually to set the temperature you desire or to turn the thermostat on or off.
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3 Things You Can Do To Avoid The Need For Heating Repair

Posted on: 8 January 2020

On a cold, snowy winter's day, the last thing you want to worry about is a nonfunctional furnace. Unfortunately, failure to spot the signs of trouble can land you in hot water. Here are three things you can do to avoid the need for heating repair so you don't have to worry about trouble with your furnace when you aren't expecting it.  1. Give Your Furnace A Break Although most people take the components of their home for granted, you should never assume that the systems of your home can operate at full capacity constantly.
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Why You Should Finally Treat Yourself To Central AC Installation

Posted on: 26 December 2019

If you have a home that does not currently have central air conditioning, now might be the time to go ahead and get it. Not sure if this is something that you really want to invest in at this moment? If not, then you are going to want to make sure that you are taking a little time to review the following. This way, you will be able to determine whether you are finally ready to have central AC in your home.
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Does A Cold Home Always Mean A Broken Furnace?

Posted on: 20 November 2019

There's not much worse than turning the thermostat up on the first chilly day of the year and finding that your home's vents aren't producing the sweet relief of warm air. It's easy to panic when your heating system doesn't seem to be working, but there are several components that can potentially keep your home from feeling nice and toasty on a cold winter day. If you're wondering whether your furnace might be at fault for the shivers that you're feeling, ask these simple troubleshooting questions to help narrow down the problem.
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