Heating season doesn’t last long here in Hammond, LA, and you’ll likely continue to be using your air conditioner well into the fall. But if yours is on your last legs, now may be an excellent time to consider a replacement, with temperatures falling and the need for constant air conditioning lessened. In fact, if you have a traditional air conditioner and are looking for ways to include a heating system without paying for a full-bore furnace, we strongly recommend installing a heat pump instead. What is a heat pump and how does it work? We’ve included a quick breakdown below.
Professional Heating & Air Blog: Archive for September, 2016
With the recent flooding here in the Covington, LA area, local homeowners have been quite busy facilitating repairs. Nowhere is that more important than with your air conditioner, which needs to be functioning at its best to provide you with the healthy and comfortable environment your household needs. The right repair service is essential to ensuring that your system gets up and running again quickly. But how can you tell which service is up to the job? Here’s some key features to look for:
We’ve still go some hot weather to come here in Walker, LA, where summers are long and winters brief. And with months of steady work already under its belt — to say nothing of possible problems caused with recent flooding — you need to make sure your system is still running the way it should. This is especially the case with older systems, which may be showing more wear and tear than normal, and which are particularly vulnerable to breakdowns this time of year. Spotting a common problem with your old air conditioner can give you a jump on making repairs, and may even prevent a wholesale breakdown. The list of issues can include:
Madisonville, LA and other nearby communities have suffered massive devastation in the wake of the recent floods and homeowners are likely eyeing some significant repairs and improvements to their homes to bounce back from the damage. Your air conditioning system shouldn’t be left out of the equation, and while repairs may be possible for a damaged system, you can’t be sure of that with a disaster as large as this one. Now is the time to plan for air conditioning replacement, and the sooner you can move the better. Here are some things to keep in mind.