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All You Need To Know About Our Financing Options

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Cagle Service wants to make purchasing your emergency, immediate need or planned upgrade equipment hassle free. We accept all major credit cards plus can arrange for zero money down, short and long term, financing through our partner lenders. Some of our financing options offer “same as cash,” for your added convenience.

Consumer financing is an easy way to relieve that stress and purchase the equipment you are needing or wanting. At Cagle Service, we can apply for your credit account on site. Allow us to assist you, after all, that’s what we’re here for. We have two lenders we have partnered with: Synchrony Financial, who have been in business since 1932 and are one of the largest providers of private label credit in the United States and Fortiva Financial, with over 90 years of lending experience and the ability to handle challenged credit, as well as, offering a “second look” option.

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What is a Heat Exchanger? Associated Problems & Safety Concerns

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What is a Heat Exchanger?

The heat exchanger in a furnace separates the combustion process from your breathing air.  Air is heated as it is blown across the hot metal surface of the heat exchanger. The heated air is then distributed through the house to warm the house.

The heat exchanger must have an air (and gas) tight seal to separate the gasses inside the heat exchanger from the breathing air passing over the outside surface. This is because the flue gasses can be poisonous.  Carbon Monoxide Gas and contamination of the breathing air by these gasses pose a health risk and can be fatal.

Now that we’ve answered the question of “What is a heat exchanger?”, let’s dig down into some common issues they have and some tips that can help you!

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Is Your AC Low on Freon, Continuously?

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One of the most common service calls HVAC Service companies get is a complaint that the customer’s AC is low on Freon. Or they “need to have their unit recharged”. While this might seem normal and expected to the average person, it isn’t how it’s supposed to be!

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How Freon Works

Freon in itself is simply a refrigerant, or coolant. It’s a gas. This gas refrigerant is cycled through your air conditioner, starting with the ac compressor.

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Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

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Oh to have a brand new, high-efficient air conditioner! Wouldn’t that be great?

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But do you really need to replace your current air conditioner? Let’s go over some of the signs that indicate it might be time to replace your air conditioner, and also some of the benefits of replacement. We will also share some signs that indicate that you do not need a new air conditioner.

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Service Call? What Is It And How Much?

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In the heating and air conditioning business, and the service business in general, we have a term referred to as a “service call”. It’s probably our most commonly used service term.

But what is it exactly? And what about the fee associated with it?

I’m glad you asked!

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Service Call 101

A service call is simply a service that is rendered when a homeowner or business owner has a problem or malfunction that they need examined or diagnosed. 

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What Size AC Unit Do I Need?

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When it comes to purchasing a new central air conditioning unit, there can be a lot of information to sort through. Pricing and getting a reliable brand are important factors. And of course, the size of the unit needed for your home (or business). In this post, we hope to help you gain a better understanding of the latter information: The size of the unit.

What size AC Unit

We aren’t going to go too in depth here. This is going to be a simple breakdown for the average home or business owner to estimate what size AC unit that they need.

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Preventative Maintenance

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Preventive maintenance on your HVAC system will not only ensure that the equipment is operating at maximum efficiency but it will also extend the life of that equipment. Government research shows that a regular tune-up of your heating and cooling system will save you money in the long run because of reduced energy costs. The high efficiency air conditioners on the market now can cut electric bills significantly but only if they are properly maintained.

When a trained service technician comes to your home to perform the maintenance check, they will do several things:

Check refrigerant levels and inspect for leaks
Clean and straighten condenser coils to ensure proper air flow
Check gas connections for leaks
Tighten all electrical connections
Lubricate all moving parts
Test thermostat to make sure it’s cycling the system on and off properly
Check air filter

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