Three Benefits Of Choosing Ductless Mini Split Cooling Systems

There are a number of different types of cooling systems that you can choose for your home from a place like D & R Service Inc. However, you may simply assume that you will have to opt for a traditional central air conditioning system. However, this is not the case because ductless mini split air conditioning systems can be an effective solution. In particular, you may enjoy the following benefits by opting for this type of cooling system for your home. [Read More]

Roots Taken Over Your Sewer Pipes? 2 Ways To Get Rid Of Them

A tree has large roots and smaller roots that absorb nutrients and water. If you have trees planted near underground sewer pipes, these smaller roots will be drawn to the pipes because of the moisture. If your sewer pipes are old or have any kind of cracks, the roots can invade them and clog up your pipes and even crack and break the pipes. If you have this problem, you will likely notice clogged drains inside your home, water flow will be low, and your toilet may flush much slower. [Read More]

3 Things That Can Make Your AC Smell Funky

Have you noticed that your air conditioning system smells peculiar? If so, there are a number of things that may be causing this problem. Continuing to operate your AC despite the smell can make you feel embarrassed to have guests, make you sick, or  damage your AC system. The following are a few things that could be causing the pungent odor. Filter One of the best things to do when you smell a peculiar odor from your cooling system is to change the air filter. [Read More]

Is Your Air Conditioner Ready For Summer? Follow This To-Do List

With summer here, it is time to ensure that your air conditioner is ready to keep you and your family cool. Here are three things that you need to do before it gets too hot: Check Your Filter and Change It If Necessary. Your HVAC filter plays an important role in the efficiency of your HVAC system. If it is dirty, it will not allow adequate airflow to run through the evaporator coil, which is the component of the unit that cools the air. [Read More]