Monthly Archives: August 2020

Is It Time to Replace Your Cary HVAC System?

If you're like us, you may start daydreaming about fall temperatures when you get a random taste of 70-degree temperatures (much like we had this past weekend). It's kind of hard not to. Many stores have already started promoting various pumpkin spice treats and Halloween decor has taken over the shelves. But, let's keep it…
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Are Mold and Mildew Wreaking Havoc on Your Cary HVAC?

We don't if you've heard, but it's hurricane season...which means that it's also mushroom, mold, and mildew season. All that moisture from the rain we've been having has to go somewhere and when there's too much...mold and mildew can become a problem. If you have a sore throat, or you're coughing or sneezing a lot…
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What’s the Right Setting for Your Cary HVAC? On, Off, Auto?

You probably already know this, but the thermostat in your home has three main settings: off, on, and auto. Most of us rarely use the "off" setting unless it's one of those highly coveted, beautiful 70 degree days. But do you know when you should set your thermostat to "auto" versus "on?" Today we'll discuss…
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15 Reasons Why Your Cary HVAC Unit So Loud

One of our customers recently called us with a pretty common question, “Why is my HVAC unit SO loud?” Considering how often we are asked this question, we thought we'd explore the many reasons that your Cary HVAC unit may be loud during operation, and how you can resolve the issue. What is Causing Your…
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What to Do in Case of a Cary HVAC Emergency

If your kids are like ours, they'll be going back to school in a few days (or they've already returned); and for many, that means virtual learning - at least for a few weeks. As such, it is absolutely necessary that you have a strong internet connection and air conditioning that won't let you down.…
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3 Ways to Make Sure Your Cary HVAC Won’t Fail

School may be starting in a few weeks. Halloween decorations may be hitting the shelves and your kids may be actively building their Christmas wish lists, but summer is hardly over. In fact, some might even say that the North Carolina heat doesn't leave the station until well into November! As such, the last thing…
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How to Restart Your Cary HVAC Unit After a Power Outage

This year has thrown some curveballs, but the one thing that we've come to expect this time of year is a hurricane (pretty sad when a hurricane is the least disruptive event in our life, right?). In fact, with Hurricane Isaias headed our way, and months of future hurricanes to come, it's quite possible that…
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