May 9th, 2022
It’s already hot here in Conway. We just went through a weekend with the temperatures in the 90s. Of course, we can expect much more of these scorching temperatures in the coming months, since it’s not even summer yet.
If you didn’t schedule your regular AC maintenance in the early spring, you might think this arrival of hot weather means you missed your opportunity. Not at all! Although we always recommend our customers look to have their maintenance done at the start of the spring to help avoid early heatwaves and crowded schedules, it’s not too late to have the job done. In fact…
April 25th, 2022
As we start to focus on the warmer weather and the coming summer season, it’s easy to stop thinking about heating our homes. Yes, we may still need to have our heating systems run for a few more days before they shut down for the season, but most of our preparations for home comfort will center on our air conditioning systems. (This is a good reminder to schedule your AC maintenance before the summer arrives.)
But we want our customers to think a bit about the future of their heating systems as we transition from the seasons. Ask yourself: What’s the next step for my heater when the fall arrives? We’ll look into what this question means and some of its answers below, as well as what actions you can expect to take.
April 11th, 2022
The weather is warming up, and you’re probably not thinking much about your home’s furnace. It’s soon going to be the season of the air conditioner.
But we want to dwell on the furnace for one post more because there’s something important you need to know about your furnace before it shuts down for the summer. And this is … don’t skip any furnace repair just because it’s already spring. If you’ve recently run into problems with your furnace, you’ll feel tempted to procrastinate with calling us for furnace repair in Conway, AR. We understand why you might feel this way, but we urge you not to ignore the problem and call us as soon as you can to rectify it.
We’ll explain why furnace repair is important, no matter the season.
March 28th, 2022
A common problem homeowners may face with their furnace is when the furnace keeps shutting off early, failing to complete a full heating cycle.
But the opposite problem can occur as well: a furnace that runs for too long, seeming to never cycle down. This creates a huge energy waste, makes a house to hot, and puts so much strain on the furnace that it will wear down rapidly. If you’ve encountered a “runaway furnace,” you’re right to feel concerned. In most situations, a furnace that’s running for too long will need professional furnace repair in Maumelle, AR.
We’ll look closer into this problem and the reasons it occurs.
March 14th, 2022
We have now officially entered spring, which is a special season for HVAC professionals like us. We do deal with far fewer emergency calls during this time since the weather doesn’t veer often toward too cold or too hot. What we instead focus on is helping our customers upgrade their HVAC systems and handle maintenance for their air conditioners.
We want to talk about maintenance today because this service is so important that we want to ensure our customers remember to have it scheduled. Spring is the best time for you to have your home’s air conditioner given a professional inspection and tune-up.
February 28th, 2022
As we move into March, we’ll get into a time of year when the weather hovers between too cold and too warm, which for many people is the best time of the year. (Well, if you have pollen allergies it might not be.) This is the best weather for making changes to your home’s HVAC system because you won’t have to rely as much on either the air conditioner or the heater.
Soon you’ll schedule your AC maintenance to prepare for the summer heat, but for right now we have a good suggestion for a useful service—call us to schedule duct testing in Little Rock, AR.
February 14th, 2022
Sometimes, people feel edgy about using a natural gas furnace in their home. They might think a gas furnace is an accident waiting to happen, either causing a fire because of uncontrolled combustion or sending toxic carbon monoxide into the house. Although these problems can occur, they’re rare—especially if a furnace receives routine maintenance inspections and tune-ups each year. When we inspect a furnace during maintenance, we check carefully for any potential hazards and then fix them. For older furnaces, we may recommend a replacement.
We want you to feel safe in your home with your furnace, which is why we’ve created this post about the safety features of gas furnaces. You’ll always need annual maintenance, but these features will prevent most possible safety problems so you can enjoy the powerful warmth from your gas furnace in peace.
January 17th, 2022
We’re experts when it comes to furnace repair in Conway, AR, and we’ve seen our share of furnace problems when customers call us to help them stay warm during the winter. We know you’d like to get through the season without furnace troubles, but even with the best regular maintenance service available, you may still run into a malfunctioning heating system. The best way to prepare is to know some of the more common problems so you can catch the signs early. Then you can call us before you’re left completely in the cold.
Below we’re going to talk about a few of the most common furnace issues to keep a watch for. Count on us to fix any problem.
January 3rd, 2022
It costs money to heat a home, the same way it does to cool it. You’re used to seeing the seasonal change in your energy bills, both gas and electric, as your HVAC system does more work.
But if you feel that the heating costs you currently pay are higher than they should be … well, you’re probably right. There are many ways that heating costs can start to rise even when the price of energy and your usage remain the same. If you’d like to lower the cost of heating your home this winter, we can help with these tips.
December 20th, 2021
A failed furnace during one of the coldest days of the year is a major problem, one we hope you won’t have to deal with. Regular professional maintenance before the winter starts helps immensely with permitting a furnace failure, but even the finest maintenance can’t prevent all malfunctions with a heating system.
The good news is that our winters in Conway are rarely so cold that a broken furnace becomes a life-threatening emergency. You’ll still want furnace repair in Little Rock, AR as soon as possible, and our team is ready to help you get your house comfortable once more. Before you call us, there are several steps you can take to see if there’s a simple explanation for the furnace isn’t coming on. We’ve listed these troubleshooting steps below.