AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Inc. Blog

What’s Wrong with Your Heater’s Ignition System?

February 1st, 2016

Today, standing pilot lights—ignition systems that rely on a steady flame at all times during the winter—are no longer in widespread use. Standing pilot lights aren’t used in new manufacturing, and electronic ignition, in which the burners heat up only as needed, has taken over.

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When Should I Call in a Technician to Repair My Heater?

January 25th, 2016

You want to save as much money as possible, which is why you might not exactly be thrilled when your heater breaks. You’re hoping that maybe the problem will resolve itself, or that it will remain minor. Unfortunately, this simply isn’t the case. Eventually, even the smallest of heating system issues can turn into something worse, which is why we recommend calling in a technician ASAP.

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How Does My Gas Furnace Work?

January 18th, 2016

The furnace may be the most common heating system used in the country, but that doesn’t mean homeowners are familiar with its operation. Furnaces are a mystery to many (especially in our area, where warmer weather calls for infrequent use). And due to the complexity of these systems, you should only allow a professional to service your gas furnace whenever you need repairs or a replacement.

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5 Tips to Make Your Furnace Last for Longer

January 11th, 2016

Many of us don’t put much thought into the performance of a furnace until it fails for good. But what if you could delay this inevitability, even just a little longer? Replacing a furnace is certainly not something you want to have to do too soon. We have 5 tips that can help you keep your furnace around for longer.

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Tips for Maintaining New Heating and AC Equipment

January 4th, 2016

When you spend money on a new HVAC system (such as a furnace or central air conditioner), you may assume that it will run smoothly for the first few years without much trouble. But any air conditioning or heating system, even a brand new high-efficiency one, can run into trouble if a homeowner fails to care for it. Learn more about maintaining a brand new furnace, air conditioner, or heat pump in today’s guide.

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Serious about Saving Energy in 2016? Upgrade Your Thermostat!

December 28th, 2015

If your New Year’s resolutions for 2016 are all about saving money, local HVAC technicians are here to help! Thermostats with manual controls and no display screen are difficult to set. Precision temperatures are tough to achieve, and you may end up spending more adjusting and readjusting a temperamental thermostat than you would programming the thermostat to turn on and off in advance. Call your local technicians to upgrade your thermostat today!

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Announcing Our New Office in Douglas, GA!

December 21st, 2015

It’s been a fantastic year here at AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co.! We received several outstanding reviews on Google, and we helped many new customers get quality service at a fair price. We also had a lot of success with our breast cancer awareness campaign. For each new maintenance plan purchased in 2015, we sent $5 to the Breast Cancer Society, and we plan to have even more success with this campaign in 2016.

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Quality Work at a Fair Price from Our Expert Technicians

December 14th, 2015

At AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co., we are committed to providing a quality customer service experience. We believe that the quality of our work and the excellent service our team members provide will have you returning to us for any future HVAC services you may need. Whether you need a minor repair or a routine maintenance visit, or you are replacing an entire system, we will respect your time and your home.

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Why Heat Pumps Should Have Professional Maintenance Twice a Year

December 7th, 2015

We recommend that any air conditioner or heating system receives a professional maintenance visit once a year. Annual maintenance visits ensure that the components are in proper working order, or you can find out about any issues within the system that need repair. This means that your heating and cooling equipment is more likely to run properly and less likely to break down in extreme temperatures. But a heat pump requires a little more attention than your average heater or air conditioner.

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The Perks of Joining a Local HVAC Maintenance Program

November 30th, 2015

Year after year the parts of your heating and cooling systems deteriorate and become less effective and efficient. It’s a part of homeownership we all have to accept—but you can slow down this process and keep your air conditioner and heater working in better condition for longer with an HVAC maintenance program.

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