Peak Home Performance Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Parker’

How Long Can You Expect Your Furnace to Last?

Monday, October 24th, 2022
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A furnace is a vital part of a home in Colorado. Can you imagine getting through any winter without your furnace? It’s certainly not something you want to think about, much less actually go through.

Because we must rely so heavily on our furnaces here, we put a lot of “miles” on them. Eventually, even with the best routine maintenance and diligent repairs, those miles will catch up with your furnace and you’ll need to arrange for a replacement. How long can you expect to have your furnace around before then? We’ll look into this more below.

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Why Is Water Leaking From My Air Conditioner?

Monday, September 12th, 2022
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If you listen to the sounds that an air conditioner makes as it runs, you’ll notice the occasional sound of the drip of water. This isn’t a malfunction but part of how the AC works. And if you can hear water inside your air conditioner, that must mean the water gets sent somewhere, because you don’t see water dripping out of the AC.

Except you might. Water leaking from an AC unit is a sign of a malfunction, and you’ll want professionals on the job as soon as possible to get it fixed. 

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“Does My AC Need Occasional Refills of Refrigerant?”

Monday, July 18th, 2022
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This is a question homeowners often ask about their air conditioning systems. The simple answer is no. As we’ll explain, refrigerant in an AC should not require refills under normal conditions. In fact, adding refrigerant to an air conditioner can do catastrophic damage to it. 

However, there are repair situations where an AC will need refrigerant added to it to restore a lost amount. We’ll help you know when you’ve got this situation on your hands so you can call us to service your air conditioning in Parker, CO.

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