Aire Texas Residential Services, Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Allen’

Furnaces: Pros, Cons, and Things to Consider

Monday, January 4th, 2021
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Do you have a furnace in your home? We’re betting you do. Most homes in our area have either gas or electric furnaces. So, if you’re one of the lucky homeowners to own a furnace, or perhaps you’re thinking about owning one, take a look at our breakdown below.

Homeowners might like how their furnaces operate, but they lack an understanding of how these systems work. In a world where knowledge is power, we want to make it clear that the more you know about your furnace, the better off you’ll probably be when you require furnace repair in Allen, TX.

There are many things to learn! From pros to cons, and everything in between, it’s time to get to know your furnace better and become a more informed consumer. Isn’t this exciting?

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Our 5 Essential Heating Repairs

Monday, December 21st, 2020
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We don’t have to tell you about how faulty heaters can be, especially heaters that are getting up there in age. You’re probably accustomed to dealing with one, two, maybe even five common heater problems that need repair. The big difference we’re going to talk about today are the essential heating repairs in Allen, TX. This refers to the kinds of repairs that you just shouldn’t, under any circumstances, delay or ignore.

Repairs that are ignored can bring about some bad habits in a home. For starters, repairs that are delayed or ignored can become a safety concern. Your comfort can be impacted, and eventually, you could start suffering from surprise breakdowns on the coldest days of the year. Yeah, it’s not pretty.

We’re here to help. Follow along with our list of essential heater repairs and make sure you call us if you need help and want to avoid further problems.

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Common Heat Pump Problems

Monday, February 3rd, 2020
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Heat pumps have only gotten more popular in our area recently. This means that there are more reasons we’re making service calls for problems that homeowners are encountering with their new heat pump system. While these units might be state-of-the-art and the technology is reliable, that doesn’t mean they’re immune to the standard issues that a heating or cooling system might experience.

While we advise calling an Allen, TX HVAC contractor to be the first thing you do upon finding out that your heat pump isn’t working properly, it might be helpful to be able to pinpoint where the issue might be and provide a trustworthy technician with the information they need!

Let’s get into the problems you might be encountering with your heat pump, and keep in mind that the best solution for any issues like these lies with a certified, well-trained HVAC contractor.

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