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Identifying a Problem with a Furnace Heat Exchanger

Identifying a Problem with a Furnace Heat Exchanger

Winter weather and cold temperatures are on the way to Monticello, IL. Now is the time to make sure that your furnace in proper condition to safely heat your home. A cracked heat exchanger is a common issue with furnaces, and it’s a dangerous one that requires...
The Effects of Dust and Dirt on Your HVAC Equipment

The Effects of Dust and Dirt on Your HVAC Equipment

Do you feel like dust and dirt just continue to accumulate no matter how often you clean your Mattoon, IL home? The bad news is that this build-up can also affect your HVAC equipment. It can be the cause of inefficient cooling, poor indoor air quality, and frequent AC...

Need Help Setting Up a Complex Entertainment System?

Do you love streaming movies, watching sports, playing video games, or doing all of these things? If so, a home entertainment system allows you to have an immersive experience. However, setting up a complex entertainment system isn’t very fun for most people....
Why Hiring a Profession Leak Detection Service Makes Sense

Why Hiring a Profession Leak Detection Service Makes Sense

Are undiscovered leaks interfering with your plumbing system and putting your home at risk of water damage? A burst pipe or damaged fixture is usually hard to miss, but many water leaks are far more subtle. To track down leaks wherever they occur, you’d be wise...
Are Strange Odors Coming from Your Air Conditioner?

Are Strange Odors Coming from Your Air Conditioner?

With the warm and humid summers in Mattoon, IL, you need an effective air conditioner for relief. Each time the cooling system cycles, you should notice the cool, fresh air entering each room of your home. If you notice a bad odor, this isn’t normal. Here are...
Is Your AC System Already Acting Funny This Cooling Season?

Is Your AC System Already Acting Funny This Cooling Season?

Originally published in May 2018 The daytime temperatures in Monticello, Illinois, will soon be hovering around the 90-degree mark. And unless you like sitting in a hot and stuffy home, your air conditioner probably gets plenty of use. Hopefully, your AC system...
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