Need Air Conditioning or Furnace Repair in Duluth?
If you need air conditioning repair service or furnace repairs in Duluth, then you are at the right place. Cool Max is a family-owned, local, Christian heating and air conditioning company that can come to your aid. We are fully licensed an insured and all our professional men/women are EPA certified. If your air conditioner is blowing, but it is not blowing cool air, then you should shut it off and first, check your filter. The filter is an important part of your system. It keeps dust and dirt from accumulating on your air handler’s/furnace’s blower motor. The EPA suggests that you check your filter every month and if it is dirty, you should change it. Keeping your filter changed will also help keep your utility bills lower. Think about it, if the filter is clogged, then the motor will strain to try to pull air through it, causing the motor to pull more electricity in your Duluth home.
If your furnace is heating and you think everything is just fine, be cautious. A furnace is a combustible appliance. If it is not operating properly, it can emit carbon monoxide in your Duluth home, which is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that can not be detected without proper equipment. OK you say you are not worried since you have a carbon monoxide detector that you purchased at the local hardware store. Don’t be fooled. Carbon monoxide detectors have a shelf-life anywhere from 2 – 4 years. After that the sensor does not work anymore. The test button on the device is only designed to test the battery not the sensor. That’s why Cool Max has a combustion analyzer that is a specialty tool that is designed to check the gases from your furnace to make sure that there is not any dangerous carbon monoxide leakage in your Duluth home. Being safe is all about “the Cool Max Way” of doing business. Our check ups usually take longer than our competitors, since we believe in safety first. We don’t cut corners when it comes to our customers. We aim to treat our customers the same way that we would like to be treated. That means going the extra mile.