5 Signs Your Heater Is Struggling

November 28th, 2022
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The holiday season brings many merry and joyful things we’ve come to count on. Some of these include spending time with friends and family, enjoying delicious holiday treats, and having a warm and toasty home. 

Perhaps you’re not so certain that you’ll be able to depend on your furnace when you need it during the holiday season and into the New Year. If you suspect your furnace might leave you in the cold this winter, you need to know the warning signs that indicate you may need furnace repairs.

It’s better to schedule service at the first signs of trouble rather than wait. Getting repairs done early on will not only save money, but it’ll keep you and your family safe. Read on to learn 5 signs you need furnace repairs and why it’s so important to be able to recognize them.

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How Important Is Heater Maintenance?

November 14th, 2022
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If you’ve ever wondered why routine heating maintenance is important, think of it this way. You wouldn’t neglect oil changes for your car or annual healthcare visits, would you? Just like with any complex system, routine maintenance is essential to its longevity and functionality. 

Whether it’s your body, your car, or your furnace, scheduling regular check-ups is key to avoiding unexpected hiccups with their smooth and efficient operation. In fact, it’s so important, we came up with an entire list of reasons why heater maintenance benefits you, your home, and your family. 

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How Geothermal Comfort Systems Work

October 17th, 2022
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Many people have heard of geothermal comfort systems, but fewer people could explain in much detail how they actually work. Having a deeper understanding of how efficiently these systems work can help you determine if this technology is right for your home.

Read on to discover how geothermal technology harnesses the power of the Earth to provide clean, renewable, and reliable energy. 

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Do You Need To Call For Slab Leak Detection?

October 3rd, 2022

Let’s be clear, no leak is one that you should brush off. Whether it is a leaking pipe or a leaky faucet head, the amount of water wasted and the potential for damage to your home aren’t worth waiting to see.

But what if there is a leak that you can’t find easily? We know that leaks behind walls aren’t exactly obvious but there is a type of leak that can be even harder to detect known as a slab leak. This is because this leaks occur in the pipes that run under the slab or foundation that your home sits on.

The problem? The longer a slab leak goes undetected, the bigger the chance that it cause serious damage to you home.

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Come To Fulmer To Install Your New AC Unit

September 19th, 2022
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Getting a new air conditioner in your house is no small task and it isn’t a cheap endevour either. We understand why most people want to put off this service for as long as possible, if only for budgetary concerns. With that said though, we have some good news for you.

First, we can help you handle every aspect of your system installation or replacement. Secondly, we offer promotions and financing options that are going to make things a lot easier on your budget. Let’s make sure that your home is comfortable without breaking the bank.

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5 Signs You Need Help With a Leak

September 5th, 2022
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Leaks are fairly common to encocunter at least once while living in a home. That doesn’t mean that they are appreciated though!

Our team provides leak detection in Columbia, SC to help you find any leaks so that you can get them patched quickly. But most people aren’t going to bother with leak detection unless they think that they may actually have one.

We get it! And we want to help with that too. Here are some of the warning signs that you can watch for to figure out if you may have a leak that needs to be found and fixed.

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Why a Heat Pump Could Be a Great Match For Your Home

August 22nd, 2022
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You are on the hunt for a good Columbia, SC HVAC system so now is the right time to learn more about what a heat pump mini split system can offer you.

You can think of a heat pump as something like an “all-in-one” comfort system. We’ll get into that more below. For now, we want to say that a heat pump can be a great match for any home as long as it is installed professionally.

The team at Fulmer Heating & Cooling can provide that professional installation when you need it. We can also tell you everything you need to know about heat pumps so you feel more confident about your choice.

Let’s learn a bit more about what sets heat pumps apart…and what may make one a great match for your home comfort needs.

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How Your AC Does What It Does

August 8th, 2022
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There are situations when it helps to understand how something works. Why? So that way you can better identify when it isn’t working properly. This is exactly why we want to give you a quick rundown of how your AC works.

Here is a brief overview of how your air conditioner in Columbia operates. Understanding the ins and outs of the cooling system’s process will help you determine more easily if and when you should call in one of our technicians.

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5 Perks of Going Tankless Plumbing

July 25th, 2022
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You deserve to have a reliable water heater in Columbia, SC in your home. That’s why we want you to know about tankless water heaters. These systems are able to provide you with a reliable hot water supply without the need for a large tank.

When you are looking to upgrade your water heater, it may be a good idea to consider this type of system. Read on the find out more about tankless water heaters and how they you can benefit from having one in your home.

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Why A Loss of Refrigerant Is a Problem

July 11th, 2022
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Refrigerant is the substance in your system that makes cooling your home possible. This chemical is cycled between liquid and gas form in order to pull heat out of the air from your home. Without refrigerant, your AC wouldn’t be much more than an oversized (and exoensive) fan!

Contrary to popular belief, refrigerant doesn’t get used up the way that fuel does. It is cycled repeatedly. In fact, your AC is installed with the appropriate amount of refrigerant to last it throughout its lifetime.

What does it mean when you start to lose refrigerant? It means that you need to schedule an air conditioning repair in Lexington, SC.

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