Why Freon Leaks Are a Problem for Your Heater

December 5th, 2022
Technician checking the Freon levels inside of an air conditioner cabinet.

Freon is a refrigerant used in HVAC applications, and as you imagine, it’s supposed to stay in the line where it runs through your system. When leaks happen, they do more than just impede upon the operation of your air conditioner. They can actually cause problems for your heat pump or ductless heater on top of it.

So does a Freon leak affect heat? Yes, but not in the way you might expect. It can cause your heater to freeze entirely, depending on the severity of the leak, or it can lead to overheating. When a Freon leak happens, it’s a roll of the dice. Let’s help you make heads or tails of it.

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When To Schedule Generator Repairs

November 21st, 2022
Whole house generator on the outside of a home with connectors to the main power supply.

Depending on where you live, your generator doesn’t need to be ready to go during all months of the year. However, if your generator endured some damage, you’re likely trying to find out when you should fast-track those repairs. Let’s help you find out.

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Do You Have a Cracked Heat Exchanger?

November 7th, 2022
Technician inspecting and working on a furnace.

There’s a big difference between your heat exchanger cracking and having it completely fail. You may still have heat, but a cracked heat exchanger points to problems that require repair and can’t be left waiting.

Your family’s safety could be compromised depending on whether or not your heat exchanger is cracked. Here’s where you find out if you need the furnace service in Ashland, KY residents turn to time and time again to keep their heaters in great condition.

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Heater Benefits Created With Maintenance

October 24th, 2022
Ducts being worked on.

Maintenance ensures peak operational efficiency for your heater, but beyond heating your home quickly, there are other benefits you need to know about. Avoid system breakdowns, save money, and live a more comfortable life for you and your family with the benefits of HVAC maintenance.

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Explaining A Burnt Outlet

October 10th, 2022
White outlet cover with melted plastic and dark black burn marks.

You go to use an outlet that you’ve used plenty of times before but you notice a small charred mark on the edge of the outlet that wasn’t there before. Is it safe to use? That’s what we’re here to talk about.

Burn marks on an outlet don’t just appear out of nowhere. Discovering a burnt outlet could point to larger problems. Let’s go over all the causes of a burnt outlet and what it means.

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Figuring Out If You Need Geothermal System Repairs

September 26th, 2022

Geothermal systems come with a lot of great benefits that you can enjoy, including reliable home comfort and a long lifespan for several system components. While their unique set-up does help them enjoy longer service lives, it doesn’t mean that they will never encounter trouble.

If you are searching for a “geothermal repair near me” then you are in the right place for some answers and assistance. Even these highly efficient home comfort systems can run into some roadblocks over the years. Thankfully, our team is here to help get things running right again.

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4 Reasons To Install a Whole House Generator Today

September 12th, 2022

If the power goes out in your neighborhood, will you end up making do without any electricity until the power company gets things up and running again? Or are you going to be prepared with a system that can help you keep the lights on in an effective and efficient manner?

If you install a whole-house generator in Ashland, then you’ll have the best backup plan for your power supply. If you haven’t considered this system in place of a portable generator, it is a great time to think about it now. You can get started by learning more from this post!

Read on and then call us to schedule your installation.

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5 Signs It Is Time to Schedule AC Repairs

August 15th, 2022

Now is not the time when you want to discover that you need to fix your air conditioner. However, the summer season is most often when your AC falls prey to a variety of problems.

The sooner you schedule AC repairs in Ashland, KY for a faulty system, the better off you’ll be. This can help you get an expert fix with less of a wait which means you are less likely to end up needing a replacement.

To help, we’ve provided a list of warning signs that will help you determine if and when it is time to reach out for system repairs.

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Should You Invest in a Surge Protector?

August 1st, 2022

Let’s start by correcting a common misconception. A surge protector is not the power strip that you plug into an outlet. For the sake of keeping things clear for the rest of this blog post, we’ll refer to this device as simply a power strip because, well, that’s what it is!

A surge protector, on the other hand, while some versions of it can be plugged into an outlet, is actually installed within your electrical panel. This can be an investment that offers incredible protection for your electrical appliances and your electrical system at large.

Here’s what you should know about surge protectors and if one is worth your money. (Here’s a hint: it absolutely is!)

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Ways to Stay Cooler While Waiting For AC Service

July 18th, 2022

When you need AC repair in Ashland you might hesitate over the idea of being without the use of this vital system for any amount of time during the summer. However, delaying can leave you with a completely broken down system that requires a replacement instead, which is more expensive and time-consuming!

If your system needs repairs it is best to reach out for expert service today! You can count on our team to get your air conditioner working right in a timely manner. But how can you stay cool while we work on your system?

Our team is here to help. Let’s explore some ways that you can stay a little cooler while our experts get your AC up and running again.

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