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Winter Maintenance

The temperature shift from Summer to Fall to Winter can affect your Air Conditioning. While preparing your home or business for Winter don't forget your A/C. Preventative Maintenance can reduce the strain on your A/C and possibly prevent costly damages. There are a few things that you can do. Make sure the filter is clean. Clean up debris around the unit. Cover your unit. Check your thermostat settings. Verify your heat works. Most importantly Call your A/C professional to have your AC thoroughly maintenance today!

2020-04-14T20:24:39+00:00January 6th, 2020|Categories: Air Conditioning|

Summer Prep

Annual maintenance is an important part of the health and longevity of your system. The heat of the Summer is coming and a "Tune up" can save you up to 15 % per month on your energy bills. That will more than pay for your yearly maintenance expense – and the annual visit from your A/C pro can help you find small problems before they grow into bigger, more costly ones. Don't be left out in the heat, get your system maintenance done today! ACT is offering special Summer pricing, Call today to schedule your Summer maintenance.

2020-04-13T20:29:21+00:00June 11th, 2019|Categories: Air Conditioning|

Air Conditioning Industry Pro Tips

We’ve made it quick and convenient for you to look up common questions regarding a/c related topics. Here you will find, current offers, quick tips to maintain your HVAC system and general A/C related conversation. Feel free to navigate our ever-growing blog of air conditioning industry content.

2020-04-13T20:26:21+00:00January 29th, 2019|Categories: Air Conditioning|

How to Repair a Furnace Flue

How to Repair a Furnace Flue If you notice your home is not heating properly, or your heating bill has recently increased, you may need to examine your furnace and flue. Your furnace’s exhaust stack, also known as the flue, vents fumes and carbon monoxide safely away from your home’s interior as you heat your home. Over time, the galvanized metal will rust and corrode. If you notice rust forming, this could be a sign that you need to replace your furnace flue. If left untreated, you can risk leaking smoke and dangerous gases into your home. Replacing a flue is a complicated process that should only be attempted by an experienced handy worker. A mistake during the replacement process could result in toxic gases entering in your home’s interior. ACT Heating and Cooling recommends using a licensed professional for the most critical and large-scale home improvement projects. However, if you are confident in your skill set, here is how to replace your furnace flue. What you need to know: How to Tell If Your Flue Needs to Be Replaced Before You Begin Your Flue Replacement: Removing the Old Flue Cut a New Piece to Length Push the Pipe [...]

2020-10-26T15:38:45+00:00October 26th, 2018|Categories: Air Conditioning, furnace|