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Air Conditioner Troubleshooting TipsPosted by Chad Peterman on Friday, April 26, 2013
Let’s face it…the last thing you want to spend money on is an AC repair. Not to mention, who wants to have a house with the air conditioner not working in the sweltering months of summer? Sometimes, all it takes is a quick fix to get your AC unit back up and running. There are common problems that happen to many AC units in Indianapolis, and we’re prepared to help you take care of those problems.
Top Three Signs That Your Indianapolis Air Conditioner Unit May Break DownPosted by Chad Peterman on Friday, April 12, 2013
With the past few days reaching over 70 degrees, it’s time to start thinking about the hot summer months. Don’t you want to make sure your A/C unit won’t fail when you need it the most? Sometimes it’s hard to detect an impending breakdown, but many times an A/C unit will show signs that it’s on the verge of breaking down. It’s very important to pay close attention to these signs, in order to avoid uncomfortable days and hot sleepless nights.
Furnace Filter Reminder!Posted by Chad Peterman on Friday, March 15, 2013
Just a friendly reminder that it may be time to change your furnace filter. The winter months are coming to an end, and it is likely that your furnace has been moving large amounts of air through your home the last few months. It is extremely important to change your filters regularly in order to keep the air in your home safe and healthy.
The 411 on the Most Efficient Type of Water Heater Available!Posted by Chad Peterman on Friday, March 8, 2013
I’m sure you’ve heard the debates on tankless vs. storage tank water heaters, and which type is the best to have in your home for certain reasons. We’re here today to tell you that neither tankless nor conventional water heaters are the most efficient and reliable. Indirect water heaters are the most efficient and reliable. Now you’re probably wondering what an indirect water heater is and how it works.
What to do with Your Indianapolis HVAC System When the Seasons ChangePosted by Chad Peterman on Monday, February 25, 2013
Doesn’t it seem that the weather can’t make up its mind? One day it’s a frigid 30 degrees with snow flurries, and the next it’s sunny and 60 degrees! This makes programming your HVAC system nearly impossible! There are a few steps that can make the process of deciding which HVAC system to turn on each day —heating or air conditioning—much easier.
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