Heating Unit Not Working. Common Heating Repair Problems!

October 8th, 2015

Your heating system is a complicated machine full of moving parts all put together in a delicate pattern. This means that little things can cause the system to stop working all together. The experts at Cool Air Mechanical want you to know what some of these common heating repair problems are, and what you can […]

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Checklist for Choosing an HVAC Company

June 30th, 2015

Whether you need someone to come and give your HVAC system a checkup or your furnace or air conditioner has broken down completely, hiring an HVAC company that can diagnose and repair the issue quickly is extremely important. You can help yourself when you are calling to different companies around town if you know in […]

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Summer’s Here! Time to Check that Air Conditioning!

June 25th, 2015

At Cool Air Mechanical, we know that many people are going to be calling us on that first truly hot day during the summer about their air conditioners not working. One of the biggest benefits of having an air conditioner tune-up done prior to when summer starts is so that you don’t have to deal […]

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What Is Duct Sanitizing?

March 20th, 2015

If you worry about the quality of the air in your home, duct cleaning may be a great choice for your family. With duct cleaning, professionals go after the most common contaminants in your ducts which may affect your family’s health. And in some cases, you can get duct sanitizing for further protection against bacteria and viruses.

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The Best Ways to Heat a Small Space

March 11th, 2015

If a part of your home is not hooked up to your central heating system, you cannot get much use out of this room during the cooler months. Some homeowners attempt to install point-of-use single room heaters to compensate for this, but these are highly inefficient and cannot heat up the whole room as effectively as a forced-air heating system can.

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Is Solar Heating a Possibility in My Home?

March 5th, 2015

If you need a new heating system for your home, there are many energy efficient units you can choose from. You might choose a new heat pump if you’re looking to replace both your air conditioner and heater. A dual fuel system combines the efficiency of a heat pump with the reliability of a furnace. And today’s furnaces are more efficient than ever.

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Water Heater Repair FAQ: Should I Flush My Tank?

March 4th, 2015

You may have heard before that you’re supposed to flush your water heater tank every year or so. This is partially true. Your water heater does need regular flushing, although how often the tank is drained depends on a couple of factors. However, this is not a job for average homeowners to take on by themselves.

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Why Won’t the Backup Heat Turn on in My Dual Fuel System?

February 25th, 2015

A dual fuel hybrid system offers you the ultimate in heating power and energy savings. These systems combine the energy efficiency of a heat pump with the power and reliability of a gas furnace. For most of the days that you need heat, your heat pump will be the primary form of heating.

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Contaminants Sometimes Found in Air Ducts

February 18th, 2015

The first home HVAC system air filters were actually designed to keep particles out of the air handler of the heating and air conditioning equipment. If large particles were to move from the air in your home into the blower fan, it could hinder performance, causing the fan to slow down and potentially jamming the motor.

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How Rust Can Develop on a Furnace

February 16th, 2015

Rust on your furnace is akin to a jet engine on a car: it just shouldn’t be there. In fact, it’s not good to have rust on a boiler, and that’s a system that uses water to heat. Rust on your Atlanta furnace means that there is a moisture problem somewhere, and once rust starts, it’s very hard to stop it.

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