Fulmer Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for May, 2017

Choosing the Right Air Purifier

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

uv-lampWith the summer season comes not only heat, but also humidity. So too comes and increase in airborne pollutants and allergens, both from the blooming plants and trees as well as increased activity in and out of your home. If you are convinced that your air conditioner is in outstanding working condition, it is important to remember still that your comfort is not guaranteed. You need to keep the air quality in your home high, as well as temperatures comfortable, if you want to live in the level of comfort that we know you deserve.

Our technicians can help you to achieve this goal. There are a lot of indoor air quality systems available for installation in your home. So many, in fact, that you may be a bit overwhelmed in determining which is the right option for your needs. That is why you should work with the Columbia, SC indoor air quality experts on our staff. In doing so, you ensure that you’ll have what you need to breathe clean, pure air in your home.

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AC Problems: Blowing Warm Air

Monday, May 8th, 2017

AC-repair-technicianWe’re rapidly approaching the hottest, most humid stretch of the air here in South Carolina, and that means one thing for certain. You need your air conditioning system to function at its very best. Obviously, an AC that is blowing warm air is not going to fall into this category. There are many different reasons why an air conditioner may start to blow warm air, and not all of them are very serious. Many can be resolved with some very basic troubleshooting on your part.

That being said, there are also some rather serious problems that could result in warm air blowing from your air conditioner in Chapin, SC. That is why you should dial our number if there is no obvious cause of the issue. The last thing that you want to do is risk the condition of your air conditioner, as well as your own comfort, by ignoring this sign of potentially serious operational problems. So why might an AC blow warm air?

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