Cooling FAQ

Find answers to commonly asked questions about cooling systems, maintenance, efficiency, and more.

It is recommended to have your air conditioner serviced at least once a year to ensure optimal performance and prevent potential issues.

Regularly cleaning or replacing air filters, keeping the outdoor unit clear of debris, and maintaining proper airflow around vents and registers can improve cooling system efficiency.

On average, an air conditioner can last between 10 to 15 years with regular maintenance. However, proper installation, usage, and maintenance can impact its lifespan.

The ideal temperature for most people is between 72 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit (22 to 26 degrees Celsius) for a comfortable indoor environment during summer.

Signs include poor cooling performance, unusual noises, frequent cycling on and off, water leaks, or an increase in energy bills. If you notice any of these signs, it’s recommended to schedule a repair service.


Heating FAQ

Discover answers to frequently asked questions about heating systems, repairs, energy efficiency, and optimal home comfort.

It’s best to schedule maintenance for your heating system at least once a year, preferably before the start of the heating season, to ensure it is in optimal condition.

Furnace filters should typically be replaced every one to three months, depending on the type of filter and the level of dust and contaminants in your home.

Regular maintenance helps improve energy efficiency, extend the lifespan of your system, enhance indoor air quality, and minimize the risk of unexpected breakdowns during the colder months.

First, check that your thermostat is set to the desired temperature. If the issue persists, it could indicate a problem with the thermostat, pilot light, gas supply, or a malfunctioning component. Contact a professional to diagnose and repair the issue.

The lifespan of a furnace typically ranges from 15 to 20 years, depending on factors such as regular maintenance, usage patterns, and the quality of the unit.

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