PRK Services, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Krum’

Beware of Heat Pump Ice

Monday, July 18th, 2016

You may notice ice forming on your heat pump this summer. If so, you need to call for repairs right away. Though it may seem like confirmation that the system is working properly, it’s actually an indication of a major problem with your heat pump. Let’s take a look at why ice form on your heat pump, and the problems it causes.

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Are My Air Ducts in Need of Repair?

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Leaky or damaged ductwork is responsible for a number of frustrating problems in many homes. Adding to the frustration is the simple fact that many homeowners fail to realize that their ductwork is the cause of such problems. If your air conditioner should break down or malfunction, the problem is pretty immediately noticeable. Your air ducts, though, are largely hidden from view, and they don’t have mechanical components that are going to grind or obviously fail.

How, then, can you tell if you need duct repair in Krum, TX? Well, there are actually a number of different warning signs that you should be aware of.

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Heat Pump Problems to Watch for This Winter

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Heat pumps are widely used across the country for their ability to offer both heating and cooling functions. Their unique construction makes them useful as climate control systems, but it also opens them up to a number of problems that other heating systems don’t really have to deal with. If you’re using a heat pump to stay warm this winter, you should keep an eye out for some of these problems. Read on to find out more.

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Furnace Short Cycling, and What to do About it

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Have you ever noticed your furnace turning itself on and off every few minutes? If so, you probably have a short cycling problem. Short cycling is a serious threat to the health of the furnace, caused by a dysfunctional interaction between a part called the “limit switch” and the furnace. Let’s take a look at why it happens, what it can do to your system, and what you need to do about it.

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