PRK Services, Inc. Blog : Archive for July, 2017

Call for Repairs if Your Air Conditioner is Making These Noises

Monday, July 31st, 2017

air-conditionerSummer is an extremely stressful time for air conditioners. The more you rely on your AC to keep your home cool during the daylight hours, the more wear and tear it’s going to accumulate. That means you’re going to have a higher chance for your system to develop issues. While you may not be able to completely prevent your air conditioner from developing problems, you can keep the system in better condition by knowing when to call for repairs. One of the most common warning signs that your air conditioner is having issues is to listen for any strange noises coming from the system.

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Signs That Your Air Conditioner Needs Repairs

Monday, July 17th, 2017

air-conditionerWell, here we are in the middle of summer. Chances are, you’re running your air conditioner throughout the day just to prevent your home from becoming an oven. You should know that doing that will make problems much more likely to occur, though. More demand means more wear and tear, after all. The good news is that if you know what to look for you, can prevent most of the damage if a repair issue does come up. The faster you can recognize an issue and have it repaired, the more damage you can prevent and the better off the system will be.

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Make Sure You Schedule Heat Pump Maintenance Before it Gets Too Hot

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

heat-pumpSummer is officially here, though we’ve been feeling it in this area for quite a while. As the temperature from day to day starts to rise, you’re no doubt going to be putting more demand on your heat pump to keep cool. More demand means more wear and tear on the system, which means an increased chance of problems developing. If you want to make sure that your heat pump stays in good condition for the rest of the summer, it’s in your best interest to schedule preventive maintenance for it as soon as possible. You should do this even if you had the heat pump looked at in the last year.

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