Airtech Mechanical Services, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Washington’

5 Ways to Tell Your Furnace Needs to Be Replaced

Monday, January 24th, 2022

You aren’t the kind of person who is okay with wasting energy or money. Then why keep a faulty, inefficient furnace in your home?

We all know that no furnace will last forever. But this doesn’t mean everyone understands when the best time is to replace their existing system. A replacement furnace service in Washington, NC isn’t exactly a low-cost job so it is common for some people to put it off for longer than it should be. The truth is that this ends up costing you more money in the long run!

Here are 5 ways to figure out that your furnace needs to be replaced.

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How To Tell You Need a New Heater

Monday, November 15th, 2021
Feeling chilly? It may be time for a new heater!

We may not be about to get any snow but temperatures in our area are certainly starting to get cooler. It is that time of year when we are going to start depending on our heaters to keep our homes comfortable. the question is can you rely on your current heater to get the job done?

 After multiple years of service, there is a chance that your heating system may be at the end of its lifespan. This may not always be immediately apparent because it seems like your heater is still operating and trying to get the job done. We can help clarify things. Here we’ve provided some of the warning signs that you need a heater replacement in Washington, NC so you know when to reach out for a helping hand.

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Short Cycling: What It Is and What To Do About It

Monday, September 6th, 2021

Summer may be getting close to wrapping up but that doesn’t mean the hot weather has gone anywhere. Your air conditioner still has a big job on its hands in regards to keeping your home cool in the coming weeks. The problem is that it can seem to do that job correctly.

Let’s get straight to it: you can’t seem to keep your home cool. This is not only causing you discomfort but it is also extremely frustrating–largely because you can still hear your AC running! So if your air conditioner is functioning, what is the source of the problem.

Bear with us for a moment here and take the next several minutes to see how long your system’s cooling cycle is actually lasting. Is it only lasting a few brief minutes before shutting off? If so, then the source of your issue is called short cycling.

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