A common issue many homeowners face is cooling their entire home. In the summer, when the heat is almost unbearable, you might find it hard to heat the second floor of your home, or one end of your home is cool, but the other is not.
When it comes to the HVAC industry, it can seem like there is a lot going on with so many options to choose from in terms of your furnace and air condition equipment. Which is right for you?
There are always changes to the tools, equipment, and technology used in the HAVC industry. Whether they are geared towards efficiently, convince, or limited environmental impact, Forquer is always up to date on all of the changes in our industry so we can provide the best air conditioning services and equipment to our customers.
Fall is the perfect time to upgrade to a new air conditioning unit to prepare for next summer!
We strive to be the best air condition servicer/ installer in the Akron/ Canton area!
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If you have a patio, sunroom, or a garage you want to heat or cool Forquer can help you with suggestions and affordable options.
If you own an office or restaurant, you may need a dehumidifier to balance out the extra moisture your a/c unit creates.
If your air conditioner isnt cooling a certain room or part of your house, you may think you need a bigger unit. This is a common misconception and we want to help you find and solve the real issue. Let Forquer help you!
Would you take a cross-country trip in your car without getting an oil change? No? Then why would you go years without getting your furnace or AC checked? Jim Forquer of Forquer Heating Air conditioning tells us about the importance of yearly maintenance.
Are there rooms in your home that never reach a comfortable temperature? Your home may require a zoning system. If you're in Akron/Canton area, then give the guys at Forquer Heating a call.
Deciding whether or not to replace or repair your heating and cooling systems can be a tough choice to make. The professionals over at Forquer Heating and Air Conditioning can help!
As summer approaches here in the Akron and Canton area, residents are preparing for the summer heat by making sure their home air conditioning units are in good shape.
During a hot summer day in Akron, theres no better escape from the blazing sun and humidity than a nice cool air-conditioned house. Regular a/c maintenance....
It may seem counterintuitive, but the truth is this: buyers can find the best deals on new air conditioners in Akron/Canton from late February into late March.
Making the best use of all the spaces in your home often leads to a common question - Should I add ductwork to a three-season room to make it usable year-round?
While the hot, humid summers of Ohio call for air conditioning, understanding the best unit to meet the needs of any home proves to be a foreign language to many. What is a SEER Rating?
Living in Ohio, you know how inconsistent the temperatures outside can be. One day, the air conditioner is up full blast and the next its off completely. It can be hard to keep your house at a regulated temperature that is comfortable for the entire family, especially if youre only turning your AC on the day of high temperatures. So, how do you prepare your AC for those hot summer days? Prepare for Hot Temperatures the Night Before If youve checked the weather and you know a hot day is approaching, you can prepare by turning your air conditioner on the night before. Unlike your car, your entire home needs time to get the temperature down to a comfortable setting. Avoid overworking your AC by turning it on the night before hot temperatures approach. This will give your unit enough time to cool down your home. The Set It and Forget It Rule If you havent already, we recommend investing in a Nest learning thermostat or a smart thermostat. A Nest learning thermostat with the set it and
As the weather in Ohio gets warmer and spring begins to approach summer, it may seem tempting to turn your air conditioning on and avoid the slightest hint of heat. In fact, sometimes people like to turn it on the second it gets up to 65 degrees on that early April day and then try to keep it running throughout the night when the temperatures drop back into the 50s. However, the air conditioner should only be on if the temperature outside is 65 degrees or above, and the idea is to only use it if the thermostat starts hitting 70 degrees. There are several reasons not to run an air conditioner when it is below this temperature or too early in the season: 1. Damaging your air conditioners oil Air conditioners have a part called a compressor, which true to its name compresses the refrigerant, a substance that is used to cool down the air in your home. This allows the refrigerant to circulate through tubes inside the air conditioner, and drives the heat-transfer process that leads to the
Q:I have air conditioning, but it is still very hot up there all summer. Is there anything I can do with my current air conditioner to make the upstairs cooler?