Common Winter HVAC Problems

An HVAC system is an integral part of the home, providing families with safe and comfortable living. Unfortunately, because of the tedious work it does, it’s not uncommon for HVAC systems to encounter problems, especially during the wintertime, when it may very well be running around the clock.

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A Holiday Checklist for HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing Issues

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is underway! Even if your plate is already chock-full it’s important to make time for some basic home maintenance before your guests arrive. Add these simple tasks to your to-do list to help make your holidays safe and more enjoyable!

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9 Qualities of a Good HVAC Technician

While there are many options to choose from, they’re not all the same. The trick is to differentiate which of these heating and cooling experts are right for the job. To help you narrow down your search results, we’re going to describe nine qualities that would point to a top-notch technician.

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HVAC Safety Tips for Halloween Decorating

Did you know that over 70 percent of Americans participate in Halloween each year? The chances are high that you are, too! So, when you’re planning on how you’re going to decorate for Halloween, do you think about how it might impact your HVAC system?

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HVAC Horrors to Avoid this Spooky Season

Halloween is just around the corner, and there is so much to experience when it comes to celebrating the scariest season of the year. Spooky ghost stories abound, but with a little assist from our team of expert HVAC technicians at J&A South Park, you should be able to steer clear of the common HVAC problems that can make you think that you’re residing in a haunted house.

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School HVAC Systems and Covid-19

With last year’s school year cut considerably short by the Covid-19 pandemic, public and private school systems and higher education institutions throughout the nation have been examining strategies to ready their buildings for a safe return to school this fall and this includes air quality and HVAC systems.

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How To Avoid a Bad Air Day – 7 tips on how to keep the air clean in your home

Indoor air pollution is one risk that you can do something about. The health risks may be greater for many people due to exposure to air pollution indoors rather than outdoors. We’re here to help with our seven tips on how to keep the air clean in your home!

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How to Choose the Best Air Conditioner for your Home

Choosing the right air conditioning unit is not a decision to be taken lightly. As the area’s top Trane dealer we’ve created a list of the most conventional types of air conditioners with their pros and cons so that you can make an informed decision.

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Preventing Carbon Dioxide Poisoning

Since CO has no odor, color, or taste, it cannot be detected by our senses. This means hazardous concentrations of the gas can build up indoors, and humans have no means to identify the problem until they become ill. Moreover, when people become sick, the symptoms are like the flu, which can cause victims to overlook the initial indications of CO poisoning. There are steps you can take for preventing carbon dioxide poisoning in the home.

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Don’t Lose Your Cool with these Summer Energy Saving Tips

By far, the largest part of your energy bill comes from your home’s heating and cooling system. With your A/C running all summer long, you can expect some of your highest electric bills of the year to come between June and September. Fortunately, you don’t have to stew in the summer heat to save a few bucks. By following these Summer Energy Saving Tips, you can keep the temperature, and your budget, well within your comfort zone.

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