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What’s the Difference Between an Air Handler and a Furnace?

When it comes to heating your home, you may be familiar with using a furnace to serve that purpose. Similarly, air handlers can also serve as a way to heat your home. Both furnaces and air handlers are very much alike in many ways but still retain quite a few differences. In this blog, we’ll … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between an Air Handler and a Furnace?

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and at Air Experts know the far-reaching effects of this disease. In fact, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Given that information, Air Experts Heating and Cooling is spending this month partnered with National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) to bring hope … Continue reading National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Should I Replace My Air Conditioner and Furnace at the Same Time?

The question on whether or not you should replace your air conditioner and furnace at the same time is one that many homeowners are asking. Some may say that it’s better to do them separately, while others believe that doing both together will save more money in the long run. So what are some of … Continue reading Should I Replace My Air Conditioner and Furnace at the Same Time?

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Which Should I Choose for My Home: A Portable or Standby Generator?

Escalating energy consumption and the threat of natural disasters have prompted many homeowners to consider having their own backup energy source. In fact, the portable generator market has never been in higher demand. More and more homeowners are learning about the benefits of having these emergency readiness resources at their disposal. Technological advances combined with … Continue reading Which Should I Choose for My Home: A Portable or Standby Generator?

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How to Tell if an AC Fuse Is Blown

When the summer heat is at its worst and you need your air conditioner the most, that’s when you’re most likely to experience a system breakdown. This is due to the fact that AC systems rely on fuses to operate, which are more susceptible to blowing out when temperatures are particularly high. Knowing how to … Continue reading How to Tell if an AC Fuse Is Blown

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Why Does My Air Conditioner Make Noise After Shutting Off?

Few noises are scarier than an unexpected, loud bang — especially if it happens to be coming for your air conditioner. If you’ve started to notice a loud slamming sound after your system shuts off, there could be a number of underlying issues at play. While it can be difficult to determine the exact issue … Continue reading Why Does My Air Conditioner Make Noise After Shutting Off?

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Why is My AC Compressor Making a Loud Noise?

Has your air conditioner started making strange noises during operation? You might be dealing with a faulty compressor. AC compressors are essential components within your unit that can cause serious system problems and indoor discomfort when they malfunction. Not only will a failing compressor create a noisy unit, but faulty compressors can also lead to … Continue reading Why is My AC Compressor Making a Loud Noise?

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10 Things You Can Do To Improve the Air Quality in Your Living Room

Poor air quality is directly correlated to many serious health problems – and staying indoors does not necessarily protect you against poor air quality. There are tons of pollutants such as dust, pollen, mold, and pet dander lurking in your home’s most familiar nooks, such as the dog’s favorite lounge pillow. That’s why we’ve compiled … Continue reading 10 Things You Can Do To Improve the Air Quality in Your Living Room

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How Do I Get Rid of the Smell in My Air Conditioner?

A smelly air conditioner is more than just a frustration. Depending on the source of the smell, it can indicate a problem that’s hurting your indoor air quality. Therefore, it is important to address the musty smell and deal with the underlying issue for the sake of your comfort and safety. Here is how you … Continue reading How Do I Get Rid of the Smell in My Air Conditioner?

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SEER Requirements for New Air Conditioners in North Carolina

What Does SEER Mean? SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This is the system by which an air conditioner’s ability to cool air is measured against the power it uses while doing so. The higher the SEER, the greater the air conditioner’s overall efficiency. Why Does This Matter to North Carolina Homeowners? In North … Continue reading SEER Requirements for New Air Conditioners in North Carolina

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