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How Does My AC Manage Humidity Levels?

Monday, May 6th, 2024

Did you know that your air conditioner helps to balance humidity levels inside your home? You may be wondering exactly how this works and why your air conditioner acts as a dehumidifier for cooling. You can keep reading to learn more about how your air conditioner helps to balance humidity and what the limitations are for doing so.

Then you can give our team a call to schedule your Eugene AC installation or service appointment if you’re concerned about humidity levels in your home. You can also talk to us about your options for installing a dehumidifier alongside your air conditioner and how that might benefit the unit itself along with your home and family.

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Factors to Consider Before Replacing Your AC

Monday, March 11th, 2024

As your air conditioner gets older, it becomes more and more likely that you’ll need to invest in a replacement. But before you replace your unit with a new model, there are a few things to consider. For example, you may be able to invest in repairs that can keep your unit operating and cooling your home effectively.

If you have a mini split not cooling in Eugene, give our team a call to schedule service. We can troubleshoot to figure out what’s wrong with your AC and help get it working again. You can keep reading to learn more about the things that you should consider before deciding to overhaul your existing AC with a new model.

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3 Unique Heat Pump Problems

Monday, October 9th, 2023

The best way to stay ahead of the problems that can occur with your heat pump is to know what to watch for. Heat pumps face a unique set of issues that are different from other HVAC systems. When you know what potential problems are and the signs of each one, you can stay ahead of a heat pump breakdown by calling us to schedule service once you notice that something is wrong.

When you stay ahead of heat pump problems with Eugene heat pump repair, you do more than just prevent a breakdown. You’re also investing in the longevity of your system as well as the energy efficiency both now and over its entire lifespan. You can keep reading to learn more about three problems that are unique to heat pumps and how you can identify them.

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Is It Time to Upgrade?

Monday, September 25th, 2023

Did you know that fall is one of the best times of year to upgrade your air conditioner? You may be thinking about putting off an HVAC installation in Eugene for next spring or summer. However, scheduling and installation now offer a variety of benefits.

But how do you know when it is time to upgrade your air conditioner? There are many times that your HVAC system has problems that can be addressed by making repairs to the system. However, there are other times when problems are extensive enough to require a complete replacement. You can keep reading to learn more about how you know when your air conditioner has reached the end of its life and it’s time to upgrade.

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Why an AC Might Kick on Hard

Monday, September 11th, 2023

Your air conditioner works on cycles. Once the temperature in your home gets too high, your thermostat signals for your air conditioner to kick back on and begin cooling your home again. But sometimes your air conditioner may turn on hard enough that it makes a loud sound. This can be very concerning and always deserves immediate attention.

If your air conditioner kicks on hard, you can give our team a call to schedule a service appointment. After all, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. We can check out your unit and make sure that nothing is wrong. You can also keep reading to learn more about reasons that your AC might turn on hard, and when you should be concerned.

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Signs Your Attic Fan Is in Disrepair

Monday, May 22nd, 2023
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You invested in an attic fan to help your air conditioner work more efficiently. But if your attic fan is showing signs of age, then it may not be working as well as it should. However, since it is out of sight in your attic, you may not always realize when it is having problems.

Noticing issues with how well your home is staying cool may not be an air conditioning problem. It may actually be that your attic fan is the problem. Keep reading to learn more about the signs that your attic fan needs repair or replacement. Then give our team a call for attic fan repair in Springfield.

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Heed These Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs Repair

Monday, June 20th, 2022

outside-ac-unitYour AC unit doesn’t talk, so how do you know when it needs repairs? Well, it might not speak in actual words, but AC units actually do make it obvious when they need servicing. 

However, you have to know what to be looking for or you’ll miss your unit’s cries for help. Check out these common signs that your air conditioner needs repair. 

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Clues That It’s Time to Call an HVAC Pro

Monday, July 5th, 2021

checklist-with-red-markerImagine this scene playing out in your home: You’re in your living room, sitting on the couch relaxing. It’s an 85°F day, but that’s alright! After all, your air conditioner is blasting away, providing you with cool air that makes you feel perfectly comfortable. Until suddenly, it stops working.

What do you do next? If you’re like most folks, you probably head over to your thermostat. Maybe you see that the settings are correct and the device seems to be working okay. So next is the circuit breaker panel—did the breaker for the AC trip? Nope, that’s fine too. So what’s happening?

You go ahead and call for emergency repairs, but you have to wait because everyone’s doing the same thing on this hot day. Now you’re stuck not only feeling frustrated, but uncomfortable too.

What next?

Well, hopefully, you’ll never have this scenario play out. Read on as we uncover some major clues that it’s time to call an HVAC pro for a small repair need before it grows into a much bigger problem, like the one we just outlined.

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How to Best Prepare Your AC for Summer

Monday, May 10th, 2021

two-techs-working-on-ac-unitWhile it may take a little bit longer for temperatures to warm up around here than it does in other parts of the country, it’s no secret that relatively speaking, our summers are hot. Therefore, you need a highly efficient and effective air conditioner to keep you cool throughout the season. True, if something goes wrong with your air conditioner, our team is here to help you with prompt and reliable repairs. But wouldn’t you like to avoid air conditioner repairs if you could?

Well, you can! With proper care, your air conditioner can work reliably and efficiently as possible throughout its entire lifespan. The average air conditioner can last 10–15 years when properly cared for. But without proper care, you can expect that lifespan to be cut in half.

Read on as we provide a few tips on how to best prepare your air conditioner for summer.

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Is It Time to Upgrade Your Cooling System?

Monday, August 17th, 2020

top-view-of-outdoor-ac-unitSummer is progressing right along, with homeowners using their air conditioners pretty consistently. Did you know this is the time of year that air conditioners are most likely to break down? At least, this is the case if you tend to skip your annual maintenance appointments and/or your system is aging.

Of course, this is the last thing you want to deal with, right? If you have an aging system or an air conditioner that’s been experiencing trouble, it may be time to consider upgrading to a newer and more efficient system. But how do you know for sure when it’s time? Read on!

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