HendrixAir, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Brunswick’

Help! My AC System Isn’t Cooling

Monday, June 27th, 2022

Summer has only just begun, but that doesn’t mean much when you live in a climate like ours! Fortunately, you have a powerful and effective air conditioner to keep you cool, right?

Wait, what’s that? Yours isn’t keeping you as cool as it is supposed to?

That is definitely a frustrating problem to have. Your air conditioner has one job. At this point, you may be ready to give our team a call for quality AC repair. But before you do, we have a couple of things for you to check first. There might be an easy fix for your AC malfunction! If it is more serious and requires our team to come, we’ll be there ASAP. Read on as we uncover a few of the reasons your air conditioner might not be cooling as it should.

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Pay Attention to These Signs Your Water Heater Is Struggling!

Monday, March 28th, 2022

When you live in a climate like ours, there are bound to be days when a cool shower sounds like a good idea! However, that doesn’t mean you’ll never need hot water. In fact, heated water is vital for a variety of tasks in the home, and not having regular access to it can be quite frustrating, if not debilitating for your home. So what should you do if you notice any troubling symptoms coming from it?

Well, give us a call! We will inspect your system to determine what’s going on and what kind of repair is needed. In the case of an older water heater, we might even recommend a replacement. But you won’t know until you contact our team. Of course, this also means you need to understand what a troubling water heater symptom is. Read on as we uncover some of the signs you should be aware of that your water heater is struggling.

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The Top 3 Ways to Prevent AC Repair Needs

Monday, March 21st, 2022

In our previous blog post, we talked about the importance and benefits of springtime AC maintenance, with one of these benefits being that it helps to prevent big repair needs.

Routine, professional maintenance is indeed important for both your air conditioner and your heating system, but it’s not the only thing that will help reduce repair needs. Being diligently aware of how your system operates and when something seems “off” is important as well… plus there are actually a couple of at-home maintenance tasks you can do on your own.

Read on to learn more about avoiding the need for AC repairs and therefore saving money and extending the lifespan of your system.

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Have You Signed Up for AC Maintenance Yet?

Monday, March 7th, 2022

Springtime is just around the corner, and you know as well as we do that means warmer weather very soon. Is your air conditioner ready? If you haven’t scheduled professional air conditioner maintenance yet, then the answer is no.

Now is the best time to have this job done… sure, it’s not springtime quite yet, but for Brunswick area residents it may as well be! Having maintenance done this early, before you need your system the most, will prep it for warmer temperatures and longer run times. Read on to learn more about why this service is so important!

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“Yikes! My Heat Pump Won’t Switch to Heating Mode”

Monday, December 27th, 2021

We may not get as bitterly cold winters as our friends up north, but this doesn’t mean we don’t deal with chilly enough weather to need a reliable heating system. Many folks in our area choose a heat pump system to warm their homes. This is a great choice since they are highly efficient and effective for climates like ours–hot and humid summers with relatively mild winters.

Your heat pump has probably been pretty consistently in cooling mode, but now is the time to switch it to heating mode. But, what if you go to adjust your thermostat to do just that only to realize… nothing happened? Are you still getting cooled air from the vents? Or maybe it feels like the air is lukewarm instead of hot? This is an indication that something is wrong, but what?

While the problem might be a minor one that you can “fix” on your own (more on that in a moment), there’s a possibility that it’s more serious and you might need to call in a pro ASAP. Read on to learn more!

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Some Sounds You Shouldn’t Hear Coming from Your Furnace

Monday, November 15th, 2021

It may be pretty easy to ignore some of the noises that come from your home systems and appliances. It’s easy because really, we don’t want to admit that something is wrong that might need expensive and inconvenient repairs. However, ignoring certain noises could leave you with even more urgent and expensive repair needs.

While something like a rattle can be as simple as having a loose panel on your furnace cabinet, alternatively you might have a cracked heat exchanger, which is a much more harmful problem as it can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning in your home.

Here at Hendrix Air, we understand how important it is to protect your home, and that includes protecting and improving your comfort! If you hear any suspicious sounds coming from your furnace, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team for an inspection. Read on to learn what some of these sounds might be.

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Here’s Why You Should Schedule Your Heating Tune-Up Now

Monday, October 4th, 2021

Your heater is rapidly going to become the most important system in your home in the coming months. As temperatures drop you’ll be relying on this system more and more. If you haven’t already, now is the time to start considering what you can do to ensure your heater is ready to perform. Maintenance is going to be the best way to do this.

Much like how you train before a marathon or have your car checked out and tuned up before a road trip, you should have your heater maintained before you enter the time of year when you will use this system the most. Let’s explore more about the benefits of getting your maintenance for heater regularly each year.

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Yup, Professional Duct Cleaning Is Worth It! Here’s Why…

Monday, September 20th, 2021

If you’re like the average homeowner, there’s a good chance you don’t know very much about the air ducts snaking their way through your home, and we understand! Your ductwork is mostly hidden from view for a reason, after all. You shouldn’t really have to think about it all that much. But the fact is, from time to time they need attention.

We’d never expect you to know all the ins and outs of your HVAC ductwork, but there are definitely a few things we would like to share with you about how dirty cuts can impact the quality of your indoor air.

Professional duct cleaning can be hugely beneficial for your ductwork, which is tasked with moving air into your home every time you use your air conditioner or heating system. Here’s why this service is totally worth it…

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How to Efficiently Cool Your 2-Story Home

Monday, August 23rd, 2021
An example of a beautiful southern Victorian home in Georgia.

If you own or live in a 2-story home anywhere in Georgia, then it’s no secret that you’d like to do everything possible to keep it cool, efficiently, right? After all, not only are we dealing with high heat here, but also sweltering humidity. This can make for a very uncomfortable environment–particularly without the right HVAC and indoor air quality systems in place.

Even if you do have the right systems in place, you want to make sure you’re using them properly. We mean that you should be using them so that it doesn’t waste electricity and subsequently waste money. Keep reading as we uncover some tips to cool your 2-story home as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

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How Much Should a New Air Conditioner Cost?

Monday, August 9th, 2021

If you’re wondering how much a new air conditioner should cost at the beginning of August, we’re going to guess that you didn’t plan on needing a new one right now, and you’re probably feeling a bit rushed to get comfortable again. We really want to encourage you, however, to take your time on deciding on an AC purchase. As for the answer to this question–the short version is “it depends.” Read on as we explain why.

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