Dayco Systems Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Alpharetta’

How to Repair an AC Compressor

Monday, March 22nd, 2021
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With the official end of winter having just passed, you’re probably looking forward to warmer temperatures. Being able to turn off your furnace and save on your energy bills for a while is a relief, right?

Of course, you’ll soon need to turn your attention to your air conditioner. If you want those bills to be manageable, then it’s important to ensure that your cooling system is in the best shape possible. So if you have compressor damage, it’s best to have it taken care of ASAP.

In today’s blog post, we’re going to tell you how to repair an AC compress—wait. We want to be able to help you as much as possible. So we can’t give you DIY tips when it comes to your compressor. This will only leave you with potentially more damage, costlier repairs, and potentially even injuries.

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What Is Ductless Air Conditioning?

Monday, February 22nd, 2021
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As we still deal with chillier temperatures for a few more weeks (well, chilly by our standards, right?), our time and attention is likely to be pulled to our furnaces—are they operating as they should? Did you have yours maintained last fall?

We definitely encourage these inquiries! If your furnace wasn’t quite up to par this season, and/or your air conditioner was on its last leg in 2020 and you were already considering a replacement, then now might be the best time to look into it.

Ductless air conditioning has become quite popular for homeowners living in our climate. These systems are heat pumps—this means they work like air conditioners, but also can reverse the flow of refrigerant to work as heaters. Curious? Read on to learn more!

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What Actually Happens During Professional HVAC Maintenance?

Monday, November 30th, 2020
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Are you still waiting to schedule your heating maintenance appointment? Look, we get it, that’s the absolute last thing you want to worry about right now. With the current state of the world and the country, you want to think about your family’s health and safety, how you’re going to remotely celebrate the holidays, and maybe even your indoor air quality. Your heater is there, and that’s fine.

But what if the service you got from your heater could be great? What if you could pay less for your energy use and keep your home comfortable all winter long? This is possible! It’s possible by staying on top of your heating maintenance sessions. This should be done once a year for a standard furnace or boiler and twice a year for heat pump systems. But what actually happens during these maintenance tune-ups?

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Have You Scheduled Heating Maintenance Yet?

Monday, November 2nd, 2020
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With everything going on in recent weeks, especially on the political side, we bet it’s safe to say that you haven’t given your heating system a whole lot of thought. But believe it or not, you’re going to need your heating system pretty consistently soon, and right now is the perfect time to schedule a tune-up to make sure it’s up for the job.

Keep reading as we uncover some of the most commonly asked questions we get from homeowners in regards to maintenance. You’ll see just why this service is so important and how it will benefit you.

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AC Trouble: Don’t Ignore These 6 Ominous Sounds!

Monday, September 7th, 2020
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Did you know this is the time of year that you are most likely to experience air conditioner problems? The reason for this is because by now, your air conditioner has been running a lot and even a well-maintained system will accumulate a lot of wear and tear over the summer.

If an air conditioning system isn’t well maintained, it’s even more likely that something will go wrong. The most likely way a homeowner can actually detect if something has gone wrong is through strange, maybe even ominous, noises. Read on to learn about six we think you should know about.

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