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What Is Short Cycling & What Does It Mean for Your System?

What Is Short Cycling & What Does It Mean for Your System?

We all want our heating, cooling, and ventilation systems to operate efficiently, but how can we tell when they aren’t? There are a few indicators to determine how well your appliance is running. Is it cooling or heating effectively? Is it making loud noises when...
Loose Air Ducts Signs & How They Affect Your HVAC System

Loose Air Ducts Signs & How They Affect Your HVAC System

We talk about your HVAC system as if it were the life force of your home. Your ducts connect your AC and furnace to your indoor spaces, much like a circuit from a switch to a lightbulb. Without them, you wouldn’t be able to cool your home to your exact specification...
Why the Stronger AC Filter Isn’t Always Better

Why the Stronger AC Filter Isn’t Always Better

Taking a little time each month to change your air filter may not seem like much, but it drastically improves the function of your HVAC system. As a matter of fact, the type of system and filter you put in that narrow compartment can change how you live day to day....
How HVAC Upgrades Increase Home Equity

How HVAC Upgrades Increase Home Equity

If you’re thinking about selling your home in the future, you may not think it worth it to upgrade your HVAC system anytime soon. At Willard AC, we’ve seen homeowners live happily with an older system, but it comes at a price, literally. Replacing an aging unit...
7 Fireplace Maintenance & Safety Tips

7 Fireplace Maintenance & Safety Tips

Fireplaces make a home. They liven up a living room and settling down an evening. We use our fireplaces for warmth, comfort, and atmosphere, which is why we all have to ensure their care. Your wood-burning fireplace needs just as much care as your furnace to keep your...
What That Burning Smell Coming from Your Heater Really is

What That Burning Smell Coming from Your Heater Really is

The weather is finally cool enough to turn on your heater. Only when you do turn it on, the first thing you notice isn’t the heat. It’s that familiar burning smell that marks the start of every cold season. This is the point where some homeowners start to...

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