This is Jade from Appliance Repair. We have an available spot for tomorrow. Are you available for tomorrow?
I already found somebody else to come tomorrow. I'm going to hang up since I'm at work. Thank you for calling.
What does a blinking red light mean on a Trane furnace?
A blinking red light on a Trane furnace typically indicates that the furnace is experiencing a malfunction or error. It is important to note that the exact meaning of the blinking red light can vary depending on the specific model of the furnace. In general, however, it is recommended to contact a professional for assistance in troubleshooting and resolving the issue.
Why isn’t my Home Retaining Heat?
Make sure that your home is well insulated. We recommend that you have your home inspected once every year, as many insulation companies offer a free evaluation. If there are gaps in the insulation, your HVAC system will have to work harder. This will increase the amount of energy spent on heating or cooling. The extra strain on the unit will also increase the chances of HVAC repair needs. You should also check for any gaps or cracks in the ductwork that will adversely affect the efficiency of your HVAC unit. These openings can cause warm air from within your home to flow out and the conditioned air to move out of the duct. Again the unit will have to work harder and continue to keep the indoors comfortable. So make sure that the ductwork is checked once every year or twice a year when the season changes.
What can I, as a homeowner, do to maintain my air conditioning equipment?
Inspect and change your filter as needed and flush out the drain system on a monthly basis
Good afternoon. This is Anne calling back from electrical services. I promise to call you back if we have someone available today. And I'd like to inform you that we have an electrician who can come out this afternoon between 2 to 4. Does that work for you?
That's fine. Also, tell your technician that we have a gate code if it arrives at our home.
Whole-Home Backup Generators How big of a generator do I need to run my whole house?
While the size of your home’s backup generator will depend on your specific electrical needs, a generator rated at 5,000-7,500 watts is a good starting point. This is enough to run all of your essential household equipment, including a well pump, refrigerator and freezer and lights. Contact Arnold Electrical to get an estimate for the best size generator for you.
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