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When Do I Know It’s Time to Buy a New Furnace?

September 17, 2019

It’s easy to moan when you decide that a major appliance or home system needs replacing. After all, these are expensive investments and probably not your favorite way to spend your hard-earned money. Unfortunately, there’s often not a clear-cut message, short of an appliance completely breaking down, that definitively indicates it’s time to buy a…

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Common AC Problems and Solutions

September 10, 2019

Our team at All City Heat and Air wants you to be aware, prepared, and ready to solve these air conditioning issues so you and your family can stay cool this summer.

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The Phaseout of Your AC’s R-22 Refrigerant

August 22, 2019

No doubt you’ve heard of Freon®, the refrigerant gas used in your air conditioner. But maybe you haven’t heard of or made the connection with its generic name––R-22 (refrigerant 22), or HCFC-22 (hydrochlorofluorocarbon 22). And maybe you also haven’t heard that by the year 2020, it’s being phased out of usage here in the United…

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How to Properly Size an AC System

August 5, 2019

Our professionals at All City Heat and Air would be happy to help you select the best-sized air conditioner for your particular North Carolina home. In the meantime, here is a peak into how our trained experts calculate air conditioning needs.

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5 Ways to Save Money on Your Air Conditioning and Summer Energy Bill

July 29, 2019

At All City Heat and Air, we take energy efficiency seriously. We understand sometimes high energy bills are unavoidable when air conditioning is crucial for comfort during the hot months. That’s why our five simple tips for staying cool and using your air conditioner less may help you cut costs and save money on your monthly energy bill.

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3 Telltale Signs It’s Time for a New AC

July 3, 2019

Should you repair or replace? That’s always the big question when it comes to major home systems like air conditioning (AC). Repairs are easier on the pocketbook in the short run, but too many of them can add up.

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How to Protect Your AC From Storms

June 24, 2019

It’s always better to be prepared for misfortunes than to have to deal with the consequences. During storm season in Huntersville, that proves true for protecting your air conditioning system as well.

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Does My Home Need a Zone Control System?

June 14, 2019

Are some areas in your home hotter or colder than others? If so, you might need zone control. If you live in a multifloor home with only one thermostat, you probably have uneven heating and cooling.

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Making Noise?

May 24, 2019

It’s normal for your air conditioner to create some noise when running—that simply means it’s working. Although older units are typically louder than newer ones, all air conditioning noises are not the same.

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Freezing Up?

May 13, 2019

If your air conditioner stops blowing cool air or stops all together, check to see if your indoor unit is frozen. What exactly will that look like?

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