Nothing is worse than a home that is sweltering hot. An AC unit that isn’t cooling your home can leave you and your family uncomfortable and cause interruptions in your daily routines. At Guin Services, our experienced technicians can repair your air conditioning unit and restore your home’s temperature back to a comfortable state. To avoid the chaos of the heat, we are highlighting the top reasons why your AC unit may not be cooling your home and when it’s time to call a professional. Old AC Unit The first thing to determine is how long the issue has been going on. If it is a new occurrence, then you may need to get your AC unit serviced. Regular maintenance, […]
With record high temperatures, the summer is not the season to experience a breakdown of your air conditioning unit. While you may be tempted to DIY your air conditioning repair just to get by, 100-degree weather is not the time for faulty, temporary solutions! Are you debating whether it’s time to call a professional HVAC company to get cool air? This guide from our Guin Service HVAC experts will highlight common AC repair and service problems, so you can begin troubleshooting and beat the summer heat! What To Do When Your Air Conditioning… 1. Runs with Limited Airflow If your air conditioning system is running, but there isn’t much airflow, start by inspecting the air filter. If you haven’t […]
With tornado season incoming, it’s more important than ever to be prepared for power outages. When the power goes down, everything in your home stops dead in its tracks– the AC unit shuts off, your refrigerated goods start spoiling, and the lights fade away. And if you aren’t prepared, a power outage can put your family’s health and safety at serious risk. But we don’t want that to happen to you! To help you stay safe and ready for tornado season, we’re sharing a few helpful tips you can start using right now. Here are 4 easy ways to prep for power outages, from your friends at Guin. Tip #1: Stock up on batteries, flashlights, candles, and matches to stay […]
Here we go again. It seems like just a few weeks ago temperatures were in the 70s and 80s. Suddenly, the trees are barren, the sky is gray, and there’s a festive chill in the air. That means it’s time to prepare for winter with Guin’s go-to HVAC winter checklist! Here at Guin Service, our mission is to ensure our customers’ HVAC systems are operational and well-maintained. The volatility of our climate across the eastern half of the United States becomes exaggerated as we get further into the winter months. Let’s take a look at how you can check in with your HVAC system prior to the deep freeze. Check & Change The Filters Frankly, it’s best to change your […]
Despite the impacts of global emissions, indoor air quality remains far worse than the outdoors’. According to the EPA, the air inside your home or business is two-and-a-half times worse than the air outside. That’s far beyond significant, bordering on the extreme. Here at Guin Service, we’re doing everything we can to get the word out about this disparity. But getting the word out doesn’t mean much without also offering solutions. In recent years, professionals have found one of the best ways to combat indoor air quality: UV lights. Ultraviolet Light Kills Pathogens They say sunlight is the best disinfectant. Much of this is a result of UV light. Sunlight is chock full of ultraviolet rays, which are heavily filtered […]
One thing’s for certain, Alabama summers are hot. There are many ways to help cool yourself down, and the best place to start is with your HVAC unit. In fact, the first thing you can do to prepare your home for summer is to get your unit serviced. The last thing you want is to experience difficulties or malfunctions during a 95-degree day, drenched in humidity! So here’s the scoop: The number one cause for HVAC unit breakdown is dirt. At Guin Service, we can help you by routinely servicing your system one to four times a year. Tips for Prepping for Summer HVAC Service Will Help You Beat The Heat The number one cause of HVAC breakdown is inconsistent […]
Tornado season presents the constant threat of imminent danger to your home. Make sure your plumbing, HVAC, and power systems are prepared.