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Be careful not to block vents

Posted 3/19/2019

I know it may be the perfect spot for that rug or couch, but it will cover up an air vent. Can covering one little air vent really be that big of a deal?! The answer is yes. Air vents need to be free and clear to prevent HVAC problems.

When a technician first installed your HVAC system, a load calculation was preformed to figure out what size your home’s condenser and furnace needed to
be to adequately cool and heat your home. The load calculation took into account how much air would flow through your system. It is a fine-tuned balance, because
a large part of achieving the proper temperature in a home is air flow.

Therefore when you block vents with furniture, drapery and rugs the entire AC has to work harder to pull air into the system to push air back out. And this extra work will take a toll on your system. Your condenser will wear out faster and will consume more energy. Agitated air flow may also cause humidity and refrigerant issues, which could led to mold and is harmful for your HVAC system.
Not to mention it can damage your furniture over time, too.

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Reasons to schedule a Spring HVAC Tune-Up

Posted 3/13/2019

Getting your Memphis, Tennessee, home summer-ready means prepping your air conditioner and the best time to do this is during spring. Here’s why scheduling an HVAC tune-up in the springtime, before the hot weather strikes, is smart.

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Don't ignore HVAC Maintenance

Posted 3/6/2019

Your home’s heating and air conditioning aren’t just there for convenience purposes, they are an integral part of household comfort and family safety. During a calm fall afternoon, you might not think too much about how well your air conditioning unit or heating appliance is working, but imagine midnight during an ice storm a few months later? What about a scorching hot night in the middle of summer? That’s when it’s important to have your cooling system and heating system serviced properly.

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Best time to buy a new HVAC system? During Winter months

Posted 2/27/2019

If you are thinking about purchasing a new HVAC system in Memphis, the best time to buy is now during winter. It's so easy to put off replacing your old unit during the summer especially if your system is running. Why not take advantage of the benefits of updating your HVAC system now while prices are low and demand isn't high? 

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3 Tips to keep your home warm & cozy this winter

Posted 1/16/2019

You don't need a lot of money or a lot of free time to use these tips but they will make a big difference in making your home warmer this winter. Not only will you and your family be more comfortable in your home but you'll also save money on your heating bill! 

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Tips on buying furnace filters

Posted 1/16/2019

Filters utilize an industry wide rating system called "MERVE" (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value), this system has been used since 1960 by virtually all filter manufacturers. MERVE ratings vary from 1 (filters only the largest of particles) to 16 (filters ultra-fine particles like viruses and bacteria). Low MERVE ratings don't offer much filtration for your home or for protecting furnace components. Very high MERVE ratings actually reduce airflow so they are almost always used only for filtering air in operating rooms. The best choice for homeowners is between a 7 and 12 MERVE rating. Which then begs the question, which is best for you?  

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How to save money & energy this winter in Memphis, TN

Posted 1/4/2019

When winter comes around, your energy bill usually goes up as the temperature goes down. Obviously, you can expect to spend more money since you’ll be using more energy to heat your home. However, other things that don’t help can be as simple as bad isolation or just family and guests coming and going more frequently. These sorts of things might not seem to be that big of a deal, but the problem is that they add up and that’s when it starts to make a difference. The cost of heating and cooling your home makes up more or less half of your energy bill. So making a few small changes can make you save big.

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New Year's Resolutions for your HVAC

Posted 1/3/2019

The new year is the perfect time to reset. What are you hoping to improve in your life? Perhaps you’re interested in being a better homeowner or home maker. If so, these 5 New Year’s resolutions for your HVAC unit are perfect for you:

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4 Reasons for Furnace Malfunctions

Posted 1/2/2019

The only thing worse than waking up cold in the middle of the night is realizing that your furnace has stopped working. 

You may have a little knowledge of home repairs but fixing a furnace is a job to Brimhall Maintenance Services LLC. 

Here are the most common reasons for a furnace to stop working: 

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5 Reasons to get a furnace tune-up

Posted 12/11/2018


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