Summer is officially here and the time when every household uses their AC system the most. This means your system is switched on for more extended and continuous periods. However, uninterrupted use without giving it a check can result in issues and faults arising in your system.
No Heat? It’s a scenario that no homeowner ever wants to deal with: You go to turn up your thermostat, only to find that the temperature of your home is steadily decreasing no matter how high you set it at. Dumbfounded, you place your hand near your heating vents—nothing is coming out. It begins to dawn on you that you currently have no heat.
Have you noticed a change in your furnace’s performance? Changes in airflow and runtime, new smells and sounds, and water may indicate that your furnace needs service or repair.
Does your furnace run the way it used to? Sometimes it can be difficult to put your finger on what changed (or when it changed).
An outdoor air conditioner cover is designed to keep out dirt and debris, but, perhaps surprisingly, it’s not the best choice for every home or business owner. Read on as we take a closer look at outdoor air conditioner covers, including who should use them, when to use them, and how to cover an air conditioner correctly.