Author: Tennessee Mechanical Corporation

Understanding when to replace your HVAC unit As temperatures continue to rise in Tennessee, you may notice your HVAC unit working extra hard to keep up. While there are many things you can do to make sure everything is working as efficiently as possible the cold truth...

Central air conditioner, a top choice for many homes As the temperatures and humidity rise in Tennessee, there is one thing we are most thankful for, our air conditioner. Nearly 100 percent of new homes built in the South have an HVAC system, with a heavy...

Reasons your air conditioner may not be working properly Not that summer is upon us, the most common question we get is “Why is my air conditioner running but not cooling?” There are many reasons why your AC is spitting out warm air instead of cool air....

A new HVAC system could cost more than $10,000, if you replace the central air conditioner, furnace and ductwork. But you could save substantially by following a few simple tips. How much does an HVAC system cost? Estimating the cost is difficult because of many factors. How...

With thermostats, most people like to set it and forget it. But having the right temperature at the right time can save a bundle of money, as well. To help you decide if you want to invest in a Nest or Ecobee, here are three things...

Flooding happens across the United States almost every day of the year and it seems like it’s happening in Tennessee more often. Flooding means more than high water on roads. It can also damage your home and HVAC system. Heat pumps, air conditioners and other parts...

In the South, winter strikes when mother nature feels like it, so make sure your heating system is ready and your HVAC doesn’t need a repair. Freezing temperatures can come as early as October and as late as April (with brief periods of spring-like weather in...

In the 1980’s, an international treaty emerged to eliminate numerous substances that were deemed harmful to the earth’s ozone layer including R-22 refrigerant. R-22 refrigerant is considered a greenhouse gas and harms the environment when released into the air. That is why it is slowly being phased out and...