The Problem With Central Air Conditioning

September 18th, 2023

Central air conditioning is the most common type of AC you’ll find in any home throughout the US, but it’s far from perfect. It’s not the only game in town, so when you compare central AC against other types of home cooling systems, you can see the flaws that central AC has at its core.

While we still say that central air conditioning is a great option for most homes, some require specific systems. Let’s find out what type of air conditioning in Brighton you really need by putting some of the issues with central AC in the spotlight for a change.

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How Often Does Your Water Heater Need to Be Flushed?

September 4th, 2023

Your water heater never stops working. Traditional tank water heaters keep a constant tap of hot water available to you every minute of the day, and when a machine runs continuously, it has a high chance of running into some issues. Most notable in this case, it’s limescale buildup.

Your hot water heater in Rochester NY pulls in water from your supply, then pushes hot water out to your pipes. It sounds simple, but there are impurities in the water such as excess minerals that don’t always leave the tank. Let’s talk about that and how annual water heater maintenance helps tackle this problem.

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How to Find the Best Heat Pump Contractors for Your Home

August 21st, 2023

You can find a dozen listings for contractors who will work on heat pumps with a single Google search, but when you type in “best heat pump contractors near me”, you’re just getting a random feed of companies that offer a service. So how do you find which one is right for you?

There’s a few ways to make it happen, so let’s go over the entire process. By the end of this, you’ll be able to find the right heat pump contractors for your specific needs, budget, and expectations.

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What to Expect During an AC Installation

August 7th, 2023
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We know that installing a new air conditioner is a tall order, and that it can be slightly disruptive to your day-to-day life. With the right AC install in Brighton, it can be a smooth transition that you don’t have to dread.

It’d be great to tell you exactly how your installation is going to go without any surprises, but the truth is, every installation has its hiccups, roadblocks, and unique twists. However, we can tell you all the steps of an AC installation so you can prepare ahead of time and help streamline the process.

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What to Do When Your AC Won’t Shut Off (2 Fixes)

July 24th, 2023

Your thermostat controls your air conditioner by telling it to turn on or turn off. So what happens when your air conditioner doesn’t turn off, even when your thermostat says the temperature you set earlier has been met?

Well, first thing’s first: you’re going to need AC repair services. There’s no doubt about that. But in the meantime, while you wait for them to show up, you should power down your AC to prevent further damage and not rack up your power bill.

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The 50% Rule for Replacing Your Air Conditioner

July 10th, 2023

Your air conditioner doesn’t work, so you call for repairs. When the repair technician shows up and does their thing, they quote you on the cost to repair it, and it takes you a second to realize just how much they said.

You’ve paid repair bills in the past, so why is this one so high? What’s the deal? Well, it comes down to your air conditioner’s age and how much wear and tear it has. Air conditioner replacement might be a better option than repair, and that’s exactly what we’re going to talk about today.

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How Heat Pump Installation Saves You Money

June 26th, 2023

We’re all used to furnaces and central ACs. Maybe you grew up with one, the house you bought has one, or your parents still use one. But heat pumps offer a better way to heat and cool your home, all without spending as much money.

Heat pump installation still has its upfront cost, but after that, it saves you money on a month-to-month basis. When you pay less to heat and cool your home, you can allocate that money to insulation (and increase your savings/efficiency even further), finishing the garage, or just stowing it away. This is what you need to know about heat pump installation and your wallet.

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Timely AC Repairs and How They Save You Money

June 12th, 2023

Avoiding air conditioner repairs is never a good idea. They don’t pop up at convenient times, but that doesn’t mean they can be put off until it’s convenient to schedule a repair appointment. In the long run, it actually costs you more money by waiting for repairs.

Timely air conditioning repair isn’t supposed to be a stressful thing. It’ll save you money in the long run, so let’s explain exactly how that all works.

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Yes, You Need to Flush Your Tankless Water Heater

May 15th, 2023

One big benefit of having a tankless water heater is not waiting for the whole tank of water to heat up (because there isn’t one). It just keeps flowing, so that epic hot shower never has to end. Because of this, it’s easy to disassociate problems of a tank water heater from tankless, but there are still some common problems at the end of the day.

When you call for tankless water heater maintenance in Brighton, you may not have to worry about pooling sediment at the bottom of a tank unit, but minerals are still a thing, and you can still get buildup. Let’s explain everything.

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Uncommon Air Conditioner Repair Problems You Might Face

May 1st, 2023

There are certain problems you expect when you buy a new HVAC unit. You expect to change air filters on your AC and get annual maintenance, but what you may not expect are these issues. They range from strange to just downright unexpected, but they’re always a possibility.

Air conditioning repair in Brighton, NY is what solves these problems, though you can do some preventative maintenance to keep these issues at bay as well.

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