Why Does My Heat Pump Keep Quickly Switching On and Off?

April 1st, 2024

A heat pump is a great choice for our climate. It provides fantastic cooling during our long, hot summers. And it can provide warmth throughout the winter as well, with an efficiency that’s far beyond that of any other type of heating system. But, like everything else in this world, there’s always a chance that something will go wrong and your heat pump will need repair.

There are a variety of signs you might notice when your heat pump is having an issue. One you should pay particular attention to is something called short-cycling. Short-cycling is when your heat pump keeps quickly switching on and off. This means you need prompt heat pump repair. Here’s what you should know.

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Why You Can’t Afford to Not Have an Air Purifier in Your Home

March 18th, 2024

As a homeowner, surely you find that there are always expenses around your home. Some of them are pretty consistent, like your internet bill. Some are more variable, like heating and cooling costs. And some crop up very unexpectedly, like the need to replace a major appliance such as your refrigerator. It can seem like you should do anything you can to avoid extra expenses.

What we don’t always realize is just how much it can cost to avoid spending money! One of the things people are most reluctant to invest in is anything to do with their own well-being. Paying for your kids to go to soccer camp probably seems more important than your personal health. But you can’t afford to keep putting your health last. It will end up costing you more! A home air purifier can actually save you money. Here’s how.

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How to Prepare Your Home for a New Heater Installation

March 4th, 2024

Congratulations on choosing a new heating system for your home and scheduling an installation! We expect you’ll be happy with your new heater. Compared to your old one, it will probably be more effective, more efficient, and less likely to encounter troubles or require repairs, just because it’s brand-new.

But first, you have to get through the installation process. Are you ready? Do you know what to expect? There are a few things you can do to prepare your home so that your heating installation will go as quickly and smoothly as possible. Here are our tips.

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How Our HVAC Contractors Handle Your Home Services

February 19th, 2024

When you need a contractor to work on your HVAC system—whether that’s for an installation, routine maintenance, or an urgent repair—how do you choose the right company for the job? First and foremost, you need to do a bit of research, so you can find a contractor whose values and priorities line up with yours. 

Where can you find that information? You can find it right here! We’d like to tell you a little bit about our values so you can see how our HVAC contractors will prioritize the needs of your family and your home.

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What Your Flame Sensor Does and Why It Might Be Your Furnace’s Problem Right Now

February 5th, 2024

Oh, no! It sounds like something serious is wrong with your furnace! It keeps trying to start up, but then it immediately shuts down again! What could be going on? Is it going to be tremendously expensive to fix?

Don’t panic just yet. It’s true that this is a serious issue, especially if it happens on a very cold night and you’re not getting any heat. But there’s a common problem that can cause it, and the repair is actually simple. Why does your furnace keep shutting down just as it tries to start? It could very well be the flame sensor’s fault. Here’s what might be going on.

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What Your Flame Sensor Does and Why It Might Be Your Furnace’s Problem Right Now

January 22nd, 2024

Furnaces are still a popular home heating choice, but sometimes they can be inconvenient. There’s a feature on your furnace that may actually get in the way of its operation altogether. It’s not sabotage, but the opposite—it’s a safety precaution, and it has a powerful purpose.

It’s called a flame sensor, and it’s the cause of some furnace repair in Benton, LA calls we get. Let’s go over what a flame sensor is, how you can tell if it’s the problem, and why you unfortunately can’t take the DIY approach on this task.

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How Duct Cleaning Leads to Lower Energy Bills Every Month

January 8th, 2024

Duct cleaning often comes as an afterthought for many homeowners, but there’s a reason you should be more keen on getting your ducts cleaned once every 3–5 years: lowering your energy bills. Sounds like a bit of a stretch, but there are a few reasons why your duct cleanliness directly affects your expected monthly energy spending.

We’ve handled a lot of duct cleaning in Shreveport, LA in our time, and it’s given us insight into just how much you can save. While your mileage may vary, trust us when we say this does have an effect on your energy bills. It has a few other benefits as well.

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This Is the Last Heater Repair You Saw Coming

December 25th, 2023

Your heater hasn’t acted up in a bit. Repairs have been kept to a minimum, your maintenance goes on as planned, but there’s one type of repair that most homeowners never see coming: your furnace’s board suddenly reversing its polarity of incoming power.

It sounds odd, because it is odd. It’s not a common heater repair in Shreveport, LA by a long shot, but it happens. Today, we’re going to talk about what it is, how it impacts your furnace, and how we can fix it.

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Why You Can’t Repair Your Furnace’s Heat Exchanger on Your Own

December 11th, 2023

Your furnace is reliable, keeps working year after year, but eventually some parts will break down and need to be replaced. Chances are, you’ve had to call for repairs in the past more than once, but maybe you’ve also gone the DIY route here and there with smaller issues. If your heat exchanger is the problem, you absolutely cannot fix it yourself.

It’s a task you need professional furnace repair in Bossier City for, and it comes down to your safety and your family’s safety. This is why your heat exchanger is such a big deal and needs to be handled by professionals.

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How Ductless Heating Works and Why It May Be Right for You

November 27th, 2023

It’s time to say goodbye to ductwork and all the maintenance (and space) that it demands. Understanding how these new ductless systems work is important, and because you’re reading this post, it’s safe to assume that going ductless has been on your mind lately. If you’re curious how it works and if it’s the right HVAC in Shreveport for your home and family, then this is perfect: we’re going to clarify everything.

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