Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog: Archive for February, 2016

Do You Have Hard Water? Know the Signs

Monday, February 29th, 2016

You may have heard someone complain about the effects of hard water before. Maybe they were upset about the streaks hard water leaves behind on the shower door. Maybe they believed that the quality of the water actually affected the taste of their food. The fact is that hard water takes on many characteristics, but the worst symptom is the one you can’t see.

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Why Can’t I Feel Any Heat from the Vents?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

If you own a home in Ham Lake, MN you understand how vital proper heating is to the comfort of your home and your family. So when you can’t feel any heat, it’s only natural that you want to solve this situation quickly. We encourage you to give us a call for heating repair at the first sign of trouble so that small problems don’t become bigger ones. However the factors listed below could be affecting what you feel coming from your vents.

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Prevent Flooding with a Sump Pump

Monday, February 15th, 2016

There are a lot of steps you can take to help keep your home from flooding. Fixing leaks in your plumbing, on the roof, and around the home can help, as can clearing out gutters and downspouts. But if your home is positioned in an area with a high water table, there may be little you can do to keep water from filling up the lowest area of your home: the crawlspace or the basement.

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Is Your Home Lacking Ventilation? We’ve Got the Solution

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Getting some fresh air helps you to feel a little more relaxed. After spending a large portion of your time indoors with the air conditioning and heating systems running, sometimes you want to open up a window or sit out on the back porch to get away from the stuffiness of the indoors.  

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What Does This Noise from My Heater Mean?

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Hearing a noise from your home heating system can be startling. You’re enjoying a nice relaxing night indoors, when all of a sudden a pop or a bang or a slight rattle catches you off guard. What could this noise mean? And do you have to call a technician, or can it wait?

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