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Heating & Cooling Help

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Topic: Heating & Cooling Help
Posted By: mom2boyz
Subject: Heating & Cooling Help
Date Posted: May 19 2013 at 1:09pm
Can anyone suggest a heating & cooling person that is reasonably priced and won't try to sell me stuff I don't need?  I believe the problem is in our furnace (possibly blower) and I need this fixed asap as I don't tolerate the heat well.  LOL  We have had a new motor put in the outside unit, so all is good there.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!  This is not the ideal way for me to lose weight by sweating to death.  I turned the AC on yesterday and after 6 hours the temperature in the house was still 76 will little air coming out of the vents in the house.  The air that was coming out was not cold either.

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Posted By: HRHPatey
Date Posted: May 19 2013 at 3:55pm
Kool Ease Inc are very reasonable and professional.     My Husband used them to facilitate a problem in his office and was so impressed he called them when we had issues at Home (both Air and heat) I highly reccomend them.


Kool Ease Inc.

Phone: (513) 422-4929

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Posted By: mom2boyz
Date Posted: May 19 2013 at 5:11pm
Thank you very much HRHPatey.  I will call them first thing in the morning.

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Posted By: mom2boyz
Date Posted: May 19 2013 at 5:18pm
I have to say I just called and expected to leave a message for tomorrow morning, and a gentleman answered the phone!  He is going to give me a call back today.  IMPRESSIVE!!

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Posted By: MFD50
Date Posted: May 19 2013 at 10:55pm
If you have air coming out your vents then most likely your blower motor is ok. Check the filter and see if it is clean. If it is clean then look at your furnace and see if you can hear the blower running and make sure it is not froze up. The coil inside your furnace takes the Freon that is compressed by the outside unit and lets it expand. When that happens it absorbs heat and cools the air and at the same time dehumidifies the air so you get condesantion. If not enough air is moving across the coil it will freeze up like an ice cube. The only way to defrost it is to turn it off for a while and let it thaw out. Also if there is not enough Freon in your system it will freeze up.

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Posted By: Jared
Date Posted: May 20 2013 at 8:58am
Dan Hampton. 513-267-6066. I have always delt with him. He is private but does a great job and always a good price.


Posted By: jrock1203
Date Posted: May 22 2013 at 10:14am
Tri-state heating and cooling is a fav. of mine :-)



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