You approach your home’s thermostat and see its screen is blank. Is it serious? Does it mean your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning is broken?
You’ve gone to inspect your air filter, only to find it’s sopping wet! Thoughts begin to race through your head––“Is my furnace breaking down?” or “Is this going to be expensive to repair?”
Just about any electrical appliance has the potential to overheat. Furnaces are no exception. As a homeowner, you need to take precautions to lower the risk of an overheated unit.
Please use this carbon monoxide checklist as a suggestive guide on determining the safety in your home.
Once the cooler weather hits here in St. Louis, MO, this fall, you are going to want the inside of your home toasty and comfortable. This means turning on your furnace.
The Air Scrubber is designed to help eliminate Indoor Air Quality risks by reducing pet and cooking odors, air pollutants, chemical odors, smoke, mold, bacteria, and viruses.
When it comes to your air conditioner, a common term used in the HVAC business that you’re likely to see everywhere is your air conditioner’s SEER. But what exactly is SEER?
Whether you have a window unit or a central air system the causes and effects of this, as well as the solutions, are the same.
What happens when you turn on your air conditioning unit and it blows hot or warm air? There are many reasons this might be happening.
If the noise your air conditioner is making is unusual or is different from its regular hum, there are a few things to consider. How would you describe the unusual noise that your unit is making?
AL-DON services St. Louis, Creve Coeur, St. Charles, Ballwin, Chesterfield, Clayton, Des Peres, Frontenac, Glencoe, Kirkwood, Ladue, O'Fallon, Olivette, Richmond Heights, St. Peters, Town and Country, University City, Webster Groves, Wildwood and the surrounding Missouri communities with their heating, air conditioning and indoor air quality needs. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 314-567-5585 or request service online today.