2 Great Reasons to Upgrade Your Electrical Panel Now

December 4th, 2023

Your electrical panel is the central point of your home’s electricity system, and because it impacts everything you plug in and use on a regular basis, it’s a pretty important part of how you live your life. The thing is, many homeowners seem to forget that they need to check on their electrical panel every now and again with the help of a professional electrician.

The reason? Because your electrical panel in Ashland can be upgraded to improve your home’s energy efficiency, and prepare your home for a higher capacity at the same time. Let’s explain why these are important.

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If You Spot This, You Need New Electrical Outlets

November 20th, 2023

Your home’s electrical system has a lot of outlets throughout your home, and you may have one or two that you know as the “bad outlet” that you don’t plug your phone charger into, or use when you plug in the vacuum cleaner. Well, those bad outlets actually pose a bigger problem than not being useful.

Through electrical outlet installation in Ashland we’ve seen a lot of issues with old outlets, so let’s take this time to help you understand what to look for in bad outlets and why it likely means you need an electrician sent out to your home as soon as possible.

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5 Signs of Electrical Problems in Your Home

November 6th, 2023

Your electrical system is hooked up to so much in your home. It can encounter problems left and right, but the good thing is it will show you warning signs along the way. While zero problems would be much more ideal, these signs at least tell you that something’s wrong so you can inspect it and call for electrical repair.

Ashland wiring and rewiring jobs normally include a mix of these five warning signs as a reason for homeowners calling us in the first place. This is what you need to look out for.

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What a Clogged Flame Sensor Means for Your Furnace

October 23rd, 2023

Your furnace plays a crucial role in your comfort, and when it’s on the fritz, you think of the most probable issue–a thermostat malfunction, maybe the air filter needs to be changed. But there’s one little component in your furnace that works tirelessly, and it could be the issue that’s preventing you from enjoying toasty comfort in your own home: the flame sensor.

We’re going to explain what a flame sensor is, what it does, and exactly how it impacts your furnace. While it sounds like a straightforward solution, you still need heater repair in Ashland by a professional HVAC technician to ensure you and your family’s safety.

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Does Freon Affect Your Heating?

October 9th, 2023

Freon is a refrigerant that’s used in air conditioning systems, as well as heat pumps. Since your heat pump is a system that both heats and cools your home, it’s important to know how it runs and what it’s doing with Freon. So, does Freon affect heat systems or how they heat your home? let’s talk about that.

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Heat Pumps vs. Ductless Units: What’s the Best Heating and Cooling Combo?

September 25th, 2023

You’re in line for a new heater or air conditioner, and you heard about heat pumps. They’re powerful, and save energy and money, but you also know that ductless units bolster the same benefits. They’re energy-efficient, provide both heating and cooling, and they don’t include ductwork at all.

It’s hard to choose which system works for you, but with all the services we’ve done with heating and cooling in Ashland, KY, we have a unique perspective on what makes the most sense based on the objective pros and cons of each system. Let us help you figure out what works for you.

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Air Supreme – Is Central AC the Best Home Cooling System Out There?

September 11th, 2023

If you have an air conditioner in your home, it’s likely a central AC. It’s not only the most common type of home air conditioning system out there, but it’s reliable and fairly efficient at cooling your whole home down quickly.

But they’re not perfect. With other ways to cool your home, you might not be typing in “central AC installation near me” into Google anytime soon–you may actually opt for another way to cool your home. Let’s talk about your options and if central is still king.

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Is it Your Heater or Your Thermostat? Let’s Find Out

August 28th, 2023

Your thermostat controls your heater. On its own, your furnace or heat pump doesn’t detect the temperature in the room. If it did, your house would always have a weird temperature because the devices are away from the center of your home. If you look at where your thermostat is, you’ll see how it’s mostly central to the rest of your home.

That’s because it needs to detect the most common temperature in the home so it knows whether or not it needs to send a signal to the heater or not. It simply sends an on or off signal, the heater responds, then waits for further instruction. So how do you know if you need heater repair or if it’s the thermostat? Let’s help you find out.

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Benefits of Installing Energy Efficient Commercial Heaters in Your Business

August 14th, 2023

Your business has enough expenses–why overpay on heating costs when you truly don’t have to? Upgrading to an energy efficient heating system saves you money on a month-to-month basis, so you can watch your costs shrink in real time.

We’ve handled commercial heating installs from small businesses to large warehouses, and make no mistake: you stand to gain energy efficiency no matter what size your business is. Let’s go over the benefits of making this massive upgrade and how your business can improve as a result.

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My Air Conditioner Outlet Is Burnt, Now What?

July 31st, 2023

Your air conditioner uses a big 240V outlet, and it certainly pulls in a lot of power. But sometimes there’s too much power being drawn in the home, especially if the AC runs when other major appliances are running, and smaller outlets are being pushed to their limits.

This results in an air conditioner burnt outlet due to electrical overload, and it’s not a small problem. So what are you supposed to do about this? Let’s explain.

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