Posts Tagged ‘Laurel’

3 Sounds Your Heat Pump Shouldn’t Make

Monday, November 30th, 2020

What is that noise? Now that the guests are gone and things are calmer, you’ve noticed that there are some strange new sounds that you can hear in your home. Once everyone does a search around the house with you, it is discovered that the noise is coming from your heat pump mini split.

This Laurel, MS HVAC system is a year-round comfort resource and you haven’t noticed any issues with your home’s heating…yet. The fact is, those strange sounds that your heat pump is emitting are providing you with an early warning that something is up with your system. If something sounds off with your heat pump, don’t ignore it! Instead, reach out to AirSouth Cooling and Heating to get the noise identified and addressed.

Continue Reading

Is it Normal for an AC to Blow Warm Air?

Monday, June 17th, 2019

No, your air conditioner should not be blowing warm air.  But, of course, things happen and you might find yourself coming home one day to a home full of heat, which is definitely not something to look forward to after spending an afternoon out in the sun.

There are plenty of reasons why your air conditioner might be blowing warm air, and below, we have listed some of these reasons for you. And remember, if your AC is no longer blowing cool, conditioned air, be sure to contact a professional to schedule your Laurel AC repair services.  So, what are you waiting for? Keep reading to find out more! 

Continue Reading

Why It’s Still Not Too Late for Furnace Maintenance

Monday, March 25th, 2019

spendingsWhen it comes to maintenance, the best possible time to have it performed is just before the season. Your furnace should have been tuned up before winter, if not before fall.

If you’ve made it to the end of winter without a maintenance check, you can consider yourself lucky. But it’s not exactly something to be happy about, either. When you neglect maintenance, you’re only cheating yourself.

We’ll explain what we mean and why it’s not too late to have your furnace tuned-up this season.

Continue Reading