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If you’ve ever taken a good look at your air conditioning unit, you may have noticed a small dripping line on the outside. This is the condensate drain, which plays an important role in removing condensation produced by your air conditioner's evaporator coil. If the line isn’t properly cleaned, algae and mold can grow inside and clog the drain, causing elevated humidity, musty odors and water damage inside your home. Unfortunately, this part of the system is often overlooked during regular A/C maintenance. Even HVAC technicians may forget to clean the drain during a regular service call, which means that it's up to you to check and clean the condensate pan and drain line before a problem develops. Cleaning the line will remove clogs and blockages and prevent algae and mold from growing. 1. Turn off the power to your HVAC system at the thermostat and at the breaker. 2. If you have an indoor air handler in your attic or utility closet, you'll need to find the condensate pan. This is usually located directly under the unit.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Home warranties are often confused with homeowners’ insurance plans and are often referred to as home warranty insurance. If your home sustains damage from a severe storm or fire or you’re the victim of vandalism or theft, insurance can help but it doesn’t take care of the kinds of expenses covered by home warranty plans. A home warranty company protects you from expenses that are associated with deterioration or damage as a result of normal day to day use of the major appliances and systems in your house. A Choice Home Warranty plan is a smart purchase for any homeowner. Handling common home repairs is a complex and time consuming process when you’re left to manage the details on your own. A home warranty gives you the freedom to have everything taken care of with one simple phone call.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

It needs replacing, they filled the proper paperwork and we went on with our business. I was told it could take a week to get it approved with the part. 3 weeks pass. We have no part and we found out our claim was denied and we have to send out home inspection for our claim to be reviewed. I was told this on 7/16. I sent the home inspection while on the phone with Shaneka .