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Signs it’s Time to Upgrade Your AC Unit

It’s a 90-degree day, you come home from work and your house, apartment, living space is blazing hot. You turn the air conditioning on full blast, but it just isn’t feeling right. This air conditioning unit is old and worn down. Now, you must decide to repair or replace your AC. You may not even be sure where to start. Heating & Cooling Two is here to help you make that decision. If you suspect you need to do something about your air conditioning, look for these indications that it’s time to upgrade your AC unit. Signs of a Broken AC If your AC isn’t working very well, this may be a huge underlying sign that it needs to be upgraded. Below we have a few warning signs that you need to repair or replace your air conditioning. Weak airflow Bad odors Warm air Leaks Noisy Unit It’s common for most air conditioners to make minimal noise when they are running. One way to tell your air conditioning is on the fritz are loud and sudden unusual noises. This could potentially be a big problem in the long run for your unit. Noises such as banging, grinding, scraping, and squealing won’t go away on their own. You may have to call in the […]

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Beat the Summer Humidity

It’s Monday morning, the sun is shining, your windows are open, and it is 75 degrees outside, but the dew point is 65 and still rising along with the temperatures. You may be in a panic as the warm air starts to seep into your home, but Heating & Cooling Two Inc. has a few simple ideas for you to beat the summer humidity.  Check Out Your AC Unit We know that fresh air can be nice, but one way to beat the humidity is to turn on your air conditioner. As the air gets cooler it will help to eliminate the humidity from your home. Try to do this on a regular basis. If you notice that your air conditioning unit is having issues, our fully trained and certified technicians are here to help with all your HVAC service needs. This includes air conditioning maintenance/replacement, air flow adjustment, and so much more! Do Less Laundry It’s no secret, your washer and dryer can lead to excess moisture. When you wash your clothes, additional hot water can be pushed into the air. When drying them, the heat and damp clothing mixing together make the humidity in the room rise. One way to reduce humidity inside is to line dry clothing outside. Take Cold […]

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