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Yes, a homeowner can easily make the following checks: Change the batteries in your thermostat. If your thermostat has batteries in it, try swapping them for a fresh set. If your thermostat is not battery powered, do not install batteries in the thermostat.Check the circuit breaker. Has the circuit breaker tripped or is it off? If you find it tripped, reset it and see if operation resumes. If the circuit breaker trips a second time you will need a service call to determine the cause. Do not reset the breaker more than twice as unit damage may occur!Change your filter. Your HVAC system needs to move a certain amount of air to function properly. If your filter becomes restrictive, even slightly, your system performance and efficiency will suffer greatly. Changing your filter regularly is cheap insurance for your system and keeps your homes air cleaner!
The total cost of a new HVAC system will vary based on several factors such as the size of the unit, the efficiency of the unit, and the location of the unit in your home. The best way to get an accurate quote is to schedule a free in-home estimate with one of our Comfort Advisors. Our Comfort Advisors can provide you with all of your HVAC options and help you decide what will work best for you.
Absolutely! We have easy to apply for financing with approvals in minutes, not days. In most cases, our Comfort Advisors can give you an in-home price quote, provide financing, and schedule the day of your install - all in about an hour of your time. Give us a call to schedule your appointment! 870-425-HVAC.

There are many factors that go into a repair/replace decision - such as the age of the system, and what type of refrigerant you currently have. Generally, if your system is more than 12 years old, or has the old R22 refrigerant in it, you are usually money ahead to invest in an updated HVAC system that will come with a warranty, and will operate efficiently for years to come. Click below to learn more about R22 and HVAC repair vs. replacement.
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