Crown Heating, Cooling & Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Hudson’

What Sets Commercial HVAC Contractors Apart

Monday, April 22nd, 2024

As the owner of a business or a commercial building, you might be very handy. Perhaps you have some experience with routine maintenance tasks. Or, if not, you’ve probably got a building maintenance worker on staff or on your speed dial. So, when your commercial HVAC system needs help, should you do it yourself or have your general maintenance person do it? Definitely neither!

HVAC systems are complex, and it takes extensive training to be an HVAC technician. Beyond that, commercial HVAC systems and the buildings they’re in are quite different from residential HVAC systems and homes. For truly excellent commercial HVAC service, you need expert commercial HVAC contractors. Here’s what sets them apart.

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Should You Repair or Replace Your AC?

Monday, May 22nd, 2023

Your air conditioner is on the fritz, so what do you do? Do you call and get it repaired again, or is it time to bring in a new unit to take care of the job? One way or another, you need something to cool down your home–let’s help you figure out what to do.

With our AC services in Hudson, you can either replace or repair your air conditioner, but you don’t want to prematurely spend a lot of money to put a new unit in. Therein lies the rub, so let’s help you figure it out right now.

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Be Cautious of This Major Furnace Problem

Monday, February 8th, 2021

It’s important for us in the heating and air conditioning business to reassure customers that their furnaces are not super dangerous. Gas furnaces would never be permitted in homes—let alone millions of homes across the country—if their operation commonly posed a threat to people. 

But it’s important for us to let customers know there are ways a furnace, especially an older one or one that hasn’t gotten regular maintenance, can pose hazards. Keeping up with maintenance can lower the chance of problems like this occurring down to almost nothing, but a bit of knowledge also goes a long way.

In that spirit, we’re going to look at a major furnace problem that can put your household in jeopardy: a cracked heat exchanger.

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“Water Hammer”: The Weird Knocking Sound from Your Pipes

Monday, January 25th, 2021

We would wager that 90% of the time someone believes their house is haunted because of strange noises coming from the walls, the problem is actually with the plumbing. Old or faulty plumbing can sometimes make weird or startling sounds. The most common of these noises is known as water hammer, a fearsome sounding name but appropriate because it sounds like a hammer striking against the pipe metal.

What is it, and should you be concerned about it?

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