AC Blowing Hot/Warm Air: How to Fix?

Although most of the problems that cause the air conditioner to blow hot air require professional repair, some common problems are easy to fix on your own. Check the thermostat Make sure the thermostat is set to “cold.” If you have a heat pump and it is in “heat” mode, it will blow hot air....

Air Conditioning Repair: Do-It-Yourself Tips

Whether you are trying to repair an air conditioner, heat pump or furnace, safety always has first priority. Turn off the power before touching internal components or any equipment. Wait at least one hour for the air conditioner to cool down. Turning off the thermostat will not completely shut off the power. Turn off the...

My Furnace Is Leaking Water-What Do I Do?

Getting a puddle of water near your furnace is often the most obvious symptom of a leaking unit. There are several possible causes of water leaking from your furnace, some of which you may be able to solve, and some of which will require a professional to fix the problem. Below are recommended steps to...

Why Does My Air Conditioner Smell Bad?

Are you experiencing problems with your air conditioner? Does it stop working or doesn’t cool enough? Below you will find the most common air conditioner problems, their causes and possible solutions, as well as ways to prevent them. In general, regular and thorough maintenance is the best way to prevent problems and extend the life...

Why Is My Underfloor Heating Not Warm Enough?

If the underfloor heating does not work at all or the thermostat is broken, repair and installation work should always be arranged by a professionals. The thermostat controls the temperature with a sensor connected to it. Especially with older thermostats, the temperature setting is more approximate. For example, in older bimetallic thermostats, a temperature setting...

Why Now Is The Best Time To Check Your Heating System?

The heating season is the best time to check the optimal functioning of the heating and ventilation system. This will ensure comfort and reasonable energy consumption. In housing unit, heating consumes the most energy and therefore has the greatest impact on the climate. Home heating, ventilation, and water heating need to work together and have...

What To Do When Your Heater Won’t Turn Off

There are several possible reasons for the heater not turning off. First of all, a faulty thermostat. A faulty thermostat can usually be repaired. Faulty wiring, a faulty switch, or a faulty heater sensor can be repaired depending on the severity of the problem. What To Do If Heater Stops Working? If the heating system...

When To Service Your Home Air Conditioner?

First of all you can easily clean the internal block of air conditioner by yourself, practically all modern split systems have easily removable panels, allowing to take off filters, wash them with a soapy water, dry and put them back. The main thing is not to forget to do it periodically. We often ignore the...

Why Isn`t My In-floor Heater Working?

It is quite a common problem when the floor heating does not warm up well after installation or a long break in operation. There can be several reasons for this malfunction, as well as options for fixing it, so let’s consider the possible options. Improperly selected heating cable or insufficient thermal insulation layer. The power...