Outdoor Air Pollution’s Effect On Indoor Air

March 19, 2020

Coming inside may only offer a brief respite from smoke, pollen or dust that you interact with outside. While it may feel as if your home is a fortress against the outside world, the truth is that the air within your house is recycled once or twice per hour. Therefore, it is possible that irritating particles and pollutants can follow you wherever you happen to go. Do You Have Flowers or Trees in Your Yard? If you have flowers, trees or other plants in your yard, there is a chance that dirt or pollen could find their way into your...

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What is HVAC? What is the Future of an HVAC Specialist?

March 10, 2020

Your HVAC system is something you depend on all throughout the year. How much of your system do you understand, though? While it’s a great feeling when your system kicks on and provides the warm or cool air your home needs, it’s even better if you know how it all happens behind the scenes. Understanding HVAC basics can help you become a more responsible homeowner as you are better equipped to diagnose basic problems and operate your HVAC system in a more efficient manner. On top of that, it’s a good idea to understand the men and women who work...

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Ways to Extend the Life of an HVAC System

March 1, 2020

An HVAC system that works well is virtually ignored. However, everyone notices if it stops producing heat or pushing out cool air. It is common neglect that leads to such expensive repairs. The cost of HVAC repair is a common complaint when repair technicians have to pay a visit. These systems are like most things in life — they do not perform well when they are neglected. Instead of paying attention to subtle signs that there may be a problem, most people do not recognize an issue exists until there is a major malfunction or complete failure of some type....

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3 Benefits of the Free Second Opinion Program from C & C Heating and Air Conditioning

February 20, 2020

When an HVAC system suddenly stops working properly or just breaks down entirely, it’s always a cause for concern. The next step is to call on a professional technician to fix the issue. Unfortunately, not all contractors are thoroughly reputable. Located in Roseville, serves the entire Detroit area. We operate ethically, meaning that all services and quotes are provided fairly and without any hidden agendas. Unfortunately, some businesses have other motives, and that’s why it’s always a good idea to seek a second opinion. There are practical reasons for doing so. 1. The Estimate Seems Too Expensive Once you receive...

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HVAC Troubleshooting Tips

February 15, 2020

When it comes to HVAC problems, you don’t always have to hire a professional HVAC technician to troubleshoot problems. The good news is there are simple ways to find common HVAC problems on your own. Here’s what you can do before you call our technicians at in Roseville. Thermostat Your system’s thermostat controls the temperature in your home. When it’s not functioning properly, your home can be too hot or too cold. Digital thermostats require frequent battery changes. If you have an old thermostat, replace it with a newer model. Filters Dirty air filters contribute to poor air quality in...

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What to Do When You Receive a Condemned Diagnosis on Your Furnace

February 5, 2020

Thanks to the modular nature of furnaces, there are many components that can be fixed without having to replace the entire furnace. In some instances, however, the problems will be so serious that your furnace will be officially condemned. While no one wants to hear that their Roseville furnace has a terminal problem, it’s important to understand what this status means so that you can know how best to respond. Here is some basic information to know if your furnace is condemned. Don’t Run Your Furnace The entire reason that your furnace has been condemned is that it is no...

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How To Improve Indoor Air Quality Naturally

February 1, 2020

If you’re like most homeowners, you want the air quality in your home to be the best it possibly could at all times. There are many different factors that might contribute to your air quality being less than optimal, but there are also many ways that you can take the situation into your own hands and correct the situation. The following are a few ways you can naturally improve the quality of the air in your indoor environment. Take Off Your Shoes One of the first things you can try to improve your indoor air quality naturally is to take...

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Why Is My Heater Leaking Water?

January 20, 2020

If you have found a small river pooling around your furnace, there are a few reasons that may be causing the puddle. To assess your problem and repair it, you definitely need to contact a professional such as . This is not something you should procrastinate on either. A small problem can quickly become a huge issue and your puddle can turn to a flood. You’re also risking a developing mold issue if you don’t handle the problem expediently. Condensation Leak One of the most common causes for your heater to leak water is a condensation leak. The HVAC professional...

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How to Avoid Furnace Repairs

January 15, 2020

Your furnace helps keep your entire home warm. Therefore, you are encouraged to take care good care of it. The best way to avoid furnace repairs is to hire an HVAC professional to conduct seasonal maintenance twice a year. By having an expert tune up the unit, potential issues are resolved before they have the opportunity to become a problem. Here are a few ways that regular tune-ups help avoid furnace repairs: Clean the Filter The filter of a furnace is possibly the most important component. If the filter is dirty, less air gets pushed through the system, which means...

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Why Does My Thermostat Click When It Comes On?

January 10, 2020

The thermostat controls all the functions of your furnace, central air conditioning or heat pump. It detects the interior temperature and triggers the start and end of a heating or cooling cycle. When the thermostat signals to the heating or cooling system to turn on or off, you may hear a click. Here are some reasons why this click may happen. 1. Relay of Power The click you hear from your thermostat is probably the electrical relay triggering the power to the furnace, air conditioner or heat pump. It is a normal sound. The sound should be soft and barely...

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