With late season rain moving out and consistently warm temperatures here to stay, many are hoping to crank up their air conditioning. A nationwide supply chain problem with parts needed to repair HVAC systems may cause issues for homeowners, but some businesses are prepared to ride out the shortage. Robert Logan, president of Plumbline Services, tells […]Continue Reading
Bosch, meanwhile, stands by stainless steel in the U.S. “We’ve seen in the last 10 or 15 years alternative finishes on the market, but they’re not enduring,” says Graham Sadtler, industrial design manager for the German company. “Similar to fashion, fads come and go.” Getting consumers to switch from stainless steel isn’t easy. Jenn-Air launched […]Continue Reading
So much has changed in the world of air conditioning in recent years that if your system has almost any significant breakdown — or if it’s just not keeping you as cool as it used to — it may be worth replacing instead of repairing. If your air conditioner is more than eight years old, […]Continue Reading
HVAC services are in high demand and the entire industry is experiencing supply shortages. The summer weather has increased the demand for HVAC equipment, especially in the record-setting San Diego heat. A spike in air conditioner demand is generally welcomed by most contractors, but supply shortages have made it difficult to deliver on customer needs. With […]Continue Reading
As you can imagine, a lot of people are cranking up the air conditioner this week. However, according to a few air conditioning repair services, their phones are ringing non-stop with repair requests. The work hasn’t really stopped since last winter. With issues potentially dating back to late 2020 combined with major AC usage in […]Continue Reading
Air conditioners in vehicles can stop working for several reasons. Knowing what to look for can help you troubleshoot why your car is blowing hot air or not blowing any air. These are the 5 most common reasons your air conditioning may have stopped working. Broken cooling fans Just like you need blowers to push […]Continue Reading
Let’s start with a quick answer to the question above – as soon as you suspect that there is a problem! No, we may not have the coldest winter weather in the country. That does not mean, however, that you can afford to take risks with the condition and operation of your home heating system.
In today’s post, we’ll cover some common red flags that should have you reaching for the phone to call the heating technicians on our team. No problems are really “minor” enough to ignore. The longer you wait to have them resolved, the more likely it becomes that they’ll do serious damage to your system. When in doubt, after ruling out any obvious catalysts, it is time to call in the pros. This protects both your comfort and your heater itself.
We want to start with this one because, while it is a fairly obvious problem, it is also one that homeowners tend to ignore. Why?Continue Reading