Snellville Heating, Air and Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘athens’

Low Airflow From Your Furnace Means Trouble

Monday, December 31st, 2018

If you’ve recently noticed low airflow from your furnace, it’s time for furnace repair in Athens, GA. We understand that something like this might not seem like a big deal: the furnace is still running and the air is still coming out, right? However, low airflow is a usually the symptom of another, larger issue.

There are multiple things that can cause low airflow, so it is important that you schedule a visit with an HVAC professional who can accurately diagnose and correct the problem before it comes worse. Letting your system run with low airflow can also lead to a wide array of other issues, leaving you with an even costlier repair bill. Below, we will outline some of the potential causes of low airflow and explain why it’s such a big deal.

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Is Your Main Water Line in Trouble?

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

water-lineYour plumbing system serves so many purposes in your home, like allowing you to shower, do laundry, and wash your dishes. A problem with your water line can affect your day-to-day life, not to mention cause serious damage to your property. There are many reasons why a water line may be compromised. Whatever the cause may be, you will want to schedule repairs as soon as possible.

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What Do I Look for in a New Air Conditioner?

Monday, November 19th, 2018

various-cooling-devicesIt might seem unusual to start thinking about air conditioning in Athens, GA at this time of the year, but it can actually be one of the best times for a new AC installation.

Why? Simply because no one is worried about AC at this time of year! Even if your HVAC technician can’t get you booked for installation until another week, you’ll be in great shape. Think about if it were in the middle of summer and you desperately needed a new AC—every moment you wait in the heat is agony.

That being said, we see no reason you can’t think about AC installation in the cold season. We’ll even give you some ideas on how to start thinking about it so you can make a well-informed decision.

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