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The One AC Misconception You Don’t Want to Believe

Monday, July 25th, 2022
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If you’re like many homeowners, you might not actually understand what the refrigerant inside your air conditioner does. You’ve probably heard of it, and you know it’s important. Maybe you’ve been told it’s like a fuel…

Well, it is important. It’s essential to the cooling process. Your air conditioner cannot do its job without it. But the misconception is that refrigerant is a fuel; that it depletes like gasoline does from a vehicle. But your cooling system is actually supplied with enough refrigerant to last through its whole lifespan upon manufacturing. So if your system loses refrigerant, it means that it has a leak.

Read on as we uncover why it’s a problem if you believe the former—the misconception that refrigerant is a fuel.

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Why You Don’t Want Your Air Conditioner to be the Wrong Size

Monday, July 11th, 2022
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Summer is here in Georgia! The warmer weather means more homeowners in Monroe are thinking about adding air conditioning units to their homes.

From model to AC type, there are so many things to consider when choosing a new air conditioning system. However, one of the things people tend to forget? Air conditioner size.

Having a correctly-sized air conditioner can be the difference between a summer of cool bliss or a sweltering headache. Here are 4 reasons why you don’t want to choose the wrong size for your air conditioning installation in Monroe, GA.

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What Actually Happens During a Professional AC Tune-Up?

Monday, May 2nd, 2022
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If you’ve followed our blog at all, then you know we talk about maintenance a lot. This is because it’s a very important service! It allows our technicians to fully inspect, clean, and adjust the components that need it, within your air conditioner. This allows the system to work as efficiently as possible, for as long as possible.

In fact, and air conditioner that’s properly maintained each year (or biannually, in the case of a heat pump system) can be expected to have a useful service life of 10-15 years, while a system that goes without maintenance may last half of that.

But what actually happens during maintenance? We want you to trust that this is best for your system, so read on as we uncover some of the steps we take to highlight the importance of routine tune-ups. Also, ask about our Worry-Free Advantage Program! This is a monthly membership we provide that includes a number of benefits, including thorough maintenance.

Read on to learn more about what a maintenance tune-up entails, and please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you might have about our program or any services we offer.

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“Help! My Air Conditioner Isn’t Conditioning My Air”

Monday, April 18th, 2022
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Summer isn’t here quite yet, but soon enough, we will be giving our air conditioners quite the workout as they work to keep our homes comfortable and healthy.

But what if yours isn’t cooling as it should, or doesn’t seem to be cooling at all?

This is an understandably frustrating issue—when an air conditioner is failing to do the very job it’s designed for. There can be a variety of different reasons for this to happen, and some are potentially more serious than others when it comes to AC functionality. Read on to learn why your cooling system might be struggling, and what can be done about it.

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Benefits of a Quality AC Maintenance Plan

Monday, March 7th, 2022

checklist-with-red-markerIf you’ve ever read our blog, you might have seen us mention the importance of scheduling HVAC maintenance—we recommend this service in the spring for your air conditioner, and in the fall for your heating system, because these are right before you will need those systems the most.

However, more important than timing here is consistency. A traditional central air conditioner or central furnace should have professional maintenance done once a year, while a year-round heat pump system should be serviced every 6 months since it does double the work.

Since we’re almost done with the heating season and heading into the cooling season soon, we thought we’d talk about the benefits of a quality AC maintenance plan or agreement. Read on to learn more!

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Is a Heat Pump the Answer to Your Cooling Needs?

Monday, July 12th, 2021

vent-low-on-wallIf you’ve come across this blog post, we’re going to take a guess and say that you’re in the market for a new cooling system. Whether you’re considering having a different type of air conditioner installed, or replacing your old one for the same type, we believe it’s worth your time to consider the benefits of a heat pump system.

Heat pumps offer comfort and budget solutions for homeowners all throughout Lawrenceville and beyond. They’re great systems, that can keep your indoor climate at an ideal temperature all year long. Want to learn more about the benefits and see if a heat pump is the answer to your cooling needs? Well then read on!

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Introducing our New Worry-Free Advantage Program!

Thursday, June 24th, 2021

Have you heard about our new Advantage Alliance Program©? With one low monthly payment, you can subscribe to services that will help your air conditioner run as effectively and efficiently as possible throughout its entire lifespan, without worrying about the cost of extra repairs, diagnostic fees, emergency services, and more. This is a subscription service, not a loan, meaning you do not need to worry about any debt/income ratio.

Everything is built-in with the Advantage Alliance Program©! This means you essentially have a “bumper-to-bumper” warranty for the life of your HVAC system with no surprise expenses out of the blue.

Contact us today to learn more and to fill out our form to subscribe. Wall Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is proud to serve customers throughout Lawrenceville, GA and the surrounding communities! 

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When a Cooling System Won’t Cool: What to Do

Monday, April 26th, 2021

woman-sitting-in-front-of-fanApril in Georgia may as well be August in any other part of the country, right? What we mean is that… we’re already dealing with hot temperatures! This means we are using our cooling systems on a daily basis. If you’ve noticed something wrong with your cooling system already, it’s cause for alarm. For example, did you discover a drop in cooling power, or a lack of cool air coming from the system?

Obviously you know this is an issue. The last thing you need is something that doesn’t function any better than a standard fan, circulating warm air throughout your home. You’ll want to call for professional repairs—and in the meantime we’ve shared some insight into what might be causing this very frustrating issue.

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The Dangers of Damaged Ductwork

Monday, April 5th, 2021

ductwork-in-atticIt would be a challenge for you to find a homeowner in our area who doesn’t care how efficiently their air conditioner operates. Given how much of our cooling that we use every year, it makes sense that when the time comes to start using it again in the spring, we want to do so as affordably as possible.

What many folks don’t think about, however, is the role that the “V” part of “HVAC” plays. V stands for ventilation, and your ductwork makes up the ventilation system, connecting your forced-air HVAC systems to the outdoors, making the distribution of conditioned air possible.

Ductwork is often out of sight, and therefore out of mind—behind walls or in attics and crawlspaces. So it’s not easy for you to see when and if it’s damaged… but what can happen if it is damaged?

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What Steps Do We Go Through During Heating Maintenance?

Monday, January 11th, 2021

checklist-with-red-markerHaving your climate control systems routinely maintained is important for efficiency, longevity, and your overall home comfort during the winter. True, we may not have as bone-chillingly cold winters as other areas of the country, but they still pack quite the punch in comparison to our summers. And so, we need high-quality heating systems in place. This is only possible with maintenance.

Before we go any further with this blog post, we really want to stress the importance of professional maintenance. Maintenance tasks aren’t something that any homeowner can do. We have the training and expertise necessary, as well as the proper licensing to get it done. But what actually happens during a routine heating maintenance appointment? Read on to find out!

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