Air Conditioning Guide: The Ins and Outs of Ductless Splits Air Conditioning
So, it’s time to install a new air conditioner in your Stillwater home and you’re pretty sure there just isn’t enough room in the walls or ceilings to place the necessary ductwork. No problem. There is a rapidly evolving technology that allows you to...
HVAC Tip: Save Money in the Long Haul with AC Maintenance
Every year, it’s recommended that you have a Rosemount HVAC contractor visit your home and tune up your air conditioner. This visit will ensure the system is ready for the intense, regular use it will receive during the hottest months of the year.
Geothermal Contractor Tip: The Growing Popularity of Geothermal Heating and Energy
It's no secret that use of alternative energy sources is on the rise in Blaine. Solar panels, windmills and hybrid cars have been heavily publicized over the past several years as people and governments try to employ energy strategies that are more efficient...
Saint Michael Heating Repair Service: Inspecting Your Furnace Heat Exchanger for Leaks
Like all the heating and cooling components in your Saint Michael home, your furnace needs regular maintenance and annual checkups performed by certified HVAC technicians. Here are some things that a professional...
Circle Pines Heating Repair Question: What is a Gas Furnace Draft Hood?
As every Circle Pines HVAC contractor knows, a draft hood is a necessary part of any gas burning appliance. For a gas furnace in particular it ensures steady air flow to the burners to avoid flares or the pilot light being put out...
Heating Maintenance Guide: Furnace Safety
There are many advantages to a properly operating furnace, and the most important ones are the safety and comfort of your Chanhassen home’s occupants. There are several things you can do to ensure...
What to Do if Your Furnace is Not Producing Enough Heat: A Tip from Richfield
If your Richfield home is cold, many blame the furnace for not bringing up the warm temperatures or they blame the thermostat for not working right. It may very well be a thermostat issue – often caused by...
Did You Change that Furnace Filter? A Tip from Isanti
No matter what type of furnace you have, it’s important to remember to change or clean the filter on a regular basis. This is a relatively straightforward process and doesn’t require an Isanti professional's help.
What Should You Do if Your Furnace Fan Doesn’t Run? (and Happy Halloween Weekend!)
Everyone at Air Mechanical wishes you a Happy Halloween weekend! We hope you have a great time dressing up and eating lots of candy! And today we are sharing with you what to do if a scary situation occurs: your furnace fan stops running.
Where to Turn for Your Indoor Air Quality Concerns in Wazata
The quality of the air inside your Wazata home is incredibly important. It has a direct impact on the health and wellbeing of your family and in some cases can affect the cost of your heating and cooling. But with so many worries out there...
Most Commonly Asked Questions About Heat Pumps
If you’re thinking about buying a new heat pump for your Andover home, chances are you have some questions about these types of products and how they work. In fact, because these types of home comfort systems are relatively new to a lot of people...
Why Install a Ductless Air Conditioner? A Question From Wazata
As you explore your options in terms of a new home air conditioning system in Wazata, you will probably have to decide whether you want a system that uses ducts to get the cooled air around the house or one that is considered ductless. Ductless air conditioners, as their name suggests, do not rely on a system of air ducts to get cooled air distributed throughout your house.
Clogged Kitchen Sink? What Should You Do
Clogs are common in almost every household and place of business. Even if you take special care not to put anything that might cause a clog down the drain, there is a good chance that excess bits of food, grease, hair, or other unsavoury materials and pieces will eventually line and clog your pipes.
My HVAC System Has a 10 Year Warranty – Why Do I Need a Maintenance Agreement?
While every new furnace sold comes with a limited 10 year warranty for the unit and parts, it is a good idea to supplement your warranty with a more complete maintenance agreement with your HVAC provider. Why pay for a secondary maintenance plan when you already have a warranty?
How a Water Softener Works
You use water for many things. It is necessary for bathing, cooking, washing clothes and for drinking. But the water we use in our homes is not pure. It has plenty of other minerals and additives suspended inside. While some of these, like fluoride, are intentionally added to the water supplies in certain areas, some others get in by chance.