Air Supreme Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Ashland’

Looking for a New AC? Here Are Some Options to Consider

Monday, April 8th, 2024

As the seasons change and temperatures start to rise, many homeowners begin to think about the comfort of their indoor environments. Whether you’re considering an upgrade to your current air conditioning (AC) system or you’re in the market for your very first AC installation in Ashland, KY, it’s important to understand the options available to you. As an experienced HVAC contractor company, we’re here to guide you through some of the most popular and efficient AC options to consider for your home.

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6 Reasons Your AC May Short-Cycle

Monday, March 25th, 2024

As the summer approaches, ensuring your air conditioning system will operate efficiently becomes crucial. One common issue that homeowners may encounter is short-cycling, a phenomenon where the AC unit turns on and off more frequently than normal. At Air Supreme, we understand the importance of addressing short-cycling issues promptly to prevent further damage and maintain optimal cooling comfort in your home. In this guide, we’ll delve into the reasons why your AC may short-cycle, helping you to recognize the problem so you call us for air conditioning repair in Ashland, KY.

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It’s the Season for Air Conditioning Maintenance

Monday, March 11th, 2024

As the temperature begins its ascent and the blossoms signal the arrival of spring, it’s time to turn our attention to a crucial aspect of home comfort – your air conditioning system. We understand the significance of a well-maintained AC unit in ensuring a cool and comfortable living space. In this blog, we’ll delve into why scheduling air conditioning maintenance in Ashland, KY during the spring is not just a smart choice but a vital one, and how it can benefit you in the long run.

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Clutter Around Your Furnace Could Be Breaking it Right Now

Monday, February 26th, 2024

Furnaces are designed to be out of the way of your daily life. Most are located in the basements of homes, or they may be found in garages or specially designated closets. 

Unfortunately, as a side-effect of being in an out-of-the-way spot of a house, furnaces often attract clutter. People store items and toss items aside into places like the basement or the garage. If you aren’t cautious, you may come to the end of the winter with a furnace that’s surrounded by clutter. 

You don’t want this! It’s bad for the furnace and may be harming it right now. It also creates a safety risk. We’ll go over why you definitely want to declutter your furnace. We want to help you avoid heating repair in Ashland.

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Most Common Geothermal Repairs You’ll Run Into

Monday, February 12th, 2024

We encourage homeowners to look into using a geothermal HVAC system for their year-round home comfort. If you already have a geothermal heat pump for your home heating and cooling, you’ll understand all the great benefits these systems provide. 

However, you may run into a need for Ashland geothermal repair at some point during the long service life of your geothermal system. Although there are some simple issues you can correct with troubleshooting (such as changing the indoor air filter), in many cases you must call on HVAC professionals who understand geothermal heating and cooling to handle the repairs. We’ll take a look at several of the more common geothermal heat pump problems that call for repair work.

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Is It Okay to Try to DIY Repair My Furnace?

Monday, January 15th, 2024

The simple answer is no

The more complicated answer is that you can do some troubleshooting with a malfunctioning furnace to see if there’s a simple explanation for the problem that doesn’t require any actual tools and repair work. We’ll look at a few of these steps, and then explain why you need to turn to professionals like ours for any heating repair in Ashland, KY if those steps don’t work.

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Recent Home Expansion? That Explains Your Heater’s Sudden Breakdown, Here’s Why

Monday, December 18th, 2023

You’ve done it–your home finally has that shiny new extension. Whether it’s the man-cave of your dreams or an in-law suite that you only kind of wanted to build in the first place, it could be the reason that your heater suddenly broke down on you.

We’ve handled a lot of heating system repair in Ashland over the years, and it’s not uncommon for this to happen when you add living space to your home. Let’s talk about why this is happening and how to fix it.

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2 Great Reasons to Upgrade Your Electrical Panel Now

Monday, 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

Monday, 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

Monday, 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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