Get Your Home Comfort Systems Ready Before a Vacation

November 18, 2022

More and more individuals are booking holiday trips now that the colder months are on the way. According to AAA, one-third of Americans will travel for the holidays. While you will want to celebrate this holiday season with friends and family, you will need to make sure you prepare your home and HVAC if you are away from home. Take a few simple precautions to protect your home and HVAC system before you go. Air Conditioning and Heating System Preparation Maintaining your HVAC system’s health whether you are home or away should be a top priority. If your system experiences...

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HVAC Winter Maintenance Tips: Covering Your AC Unit

November 8, 2022

You might think you’re free from maintaining your air conditioning unit during the winter, but not quite. You want to take steps to ensure your air conditioning is ready when you need it next summer. At , our expert advice is designed to protect your home’s AC system year-round. Cover Your HVAC Unit One way to winterize your outdoor AC unit is to cover it. A cover protects the unit’s coils from dirt and debris that can get inside the unit and damage the essential parts. HVAC unit covers are made to protect the outside unit from winter’s wrath, which...

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A Guide to Replacing HVAC Vent Covers

November 2, 2022

If your old HVAC vent covers are looking worn or outdated, you may want to consider having them replaced. The same is also true if they don’t really match your décor or you’re simply unhappy with the way they look. Depending on the type and location of the covers, you may need to hire a professional to do it for you. Here is everything you need to know about how HVAC vent covers are replaced. Removing the Old Covers The first step is obviously removing the old cover. If the vents are in the floor, then the covers most likely...

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Ways to Prevent HVAC Storm Damage

October 17, 2022

Hail, strong winds, powerful storms, tornadoes and intense rainfall can cause damage to your home. These wild weather experiences can harm your air conditioning and heating system as well. Therefore, you should know how to protect your HVAC unit from storm damage. In case your unit is affected by storms leading to faulty equipment necessitating repairs, here are some methods you can employ to ensure the safety of your HVAC unit during all kinds of storms. 1. Make Sure Your HVAC Unit Is Grounded Correctly Grounding your system protects it from lightning, which causes immense damage to your home as...

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If your indoor air quality is scary, maybe it’s time to check it

October 11, 2022

If you or your family suffers from allergies, asthma or get stuffy noses and sore throats for no apparent reason, maybe it’s time you have your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) checked. October isn’t just the month we celebrate goblins, ghosts and ghouls, it’s also National Indoor Air Quality Month. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has estimated that indoor air pollutants may be two to five times higher than those found outdoors and are among the top five environmental risks to public health. At C & C Heating & Air Conditioning, we take your indoor air quality seriously and will...

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7 Possible Reasons the Pilot Light on Your Gas Furnace Won’t Stay Lit

October 10, 2022

Many furnaces still rely on a pilot light to combust natural gas and create heat. When the pilot light goes out for any reason, you won’t have heat until you relight it. This problem is usually easy to spot as your HVAC system will start blowing cold air. If the pilot ever goes out, it is usually easy to relight it. If you can’t get your pilot to stay lit or if it doesn’t light at all, then you’re most likely dealing with one of the issues below. 1. The Thermocouple Is Dirty or Bent Many pilot light issues are...

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What You Need to Know About Clearing Snow Off Your HVAC System

October 2, 2022

Heavy snow loads, build-ups of ice, and melting and refreezing precipitation can all cause lasting damage to your HVAC system if you don’t prevent it. In Roseville, MI winter HVAC maintenance entails regular and diligent snow removal. Following is what you need to know about removing snow and ice from your outdoor HVAC equipment. Why Snow Should Be Removed In small, modest layers, snow is light, powdery, and harmless. This is especially true after it’s just landed. However, as snow accumulates, its weight increases. When snowfall is heavy, snow loads on your outdoor HVAC equipment can become overbearing. When the...

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Ductwork Basics for Homeowners

September 19, 2022

Here at in Roseville, we notice that many of our customers don’t give much thought to their ductwork. Other portions of your comfort system have moving parts, while ducts sit quietly in place, funneling heat or cool air throughout your home. However, ducts also need care and attention so they don’t strain other parts of your heating and cooling systems. New technology can also improve upon existing ductwork. Some of the new ductwork technology allows you to protect loved ones with allergy or breathing issues. Other new technology allows you to create zones of comfort in your home. Duct Repair...

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Some common water heater issues and ways to troubleshoot them

September 13, 2022

The days are getting shorter, and the nights are getting colder. It won’t be too much longer until you will be welcoming a hot shower on a cold morning. But, then you stumble into the bathroom in December expecting a warm shower to start your day and are greeted with nothing but cold water. Do you know how to troubleshoot your water heater for some of the more common problems they experience? Here are some common water heater issues and some tips on how to troubleshoot them: Water temperature problems If the water is too cold, the problem is usually...

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HVAC Humidity Problems and How to Overcome Them

September 10, 2022

Your heating and cooling system doesn’t just affect your home’s temperature. HVAC also has a major impact on the humidity level inside your home. This can result in your home feeling overly dry during the winter and incredibly humid during the summer. With that in mind, let’s look more closely at the effects that your HVAC system has on indoor humidity and how to overcome humidity issues. How Your Heating System Affects Indoor Humidity Your heating system has a huge impact on indoor humidity, and this is especially true if you have a gas furnace. Winter air already tends to...

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