Protect Your Family From A Hornet Invasion By Repairing Your HVAC Unit

Hornets are one of the most dangerous of all stinging insects and something that you want to make sure your family doesn't have to face. Unfortunately, a malfunctioning air conditioner can attract a hornet nest and let them into your home through your air ducts. Get your HVAC unit repaired ASAP with AC repair services if you notice even one hornet buzzing around its exterior.

Why Hornets Are Attracted To Air Conditioners

Like all insects, hornets are heavily attracted to water. That's because it is often very difficult for them to find usable sources in their native environment. As a result, they may be drawn to anything on your home that produces an excessive level of moisture. Malfunctioning air conditioners often fit this condition to the "T." Even worse, hornets may like your air conditioner and its isolated location so much that they will settle there and explore your home's ducts. 

Hornet Invasions In The Home Can Be Dangerous

No homeowner should tolerate an invasion of stinging insects in their home. This fact is especially true of hornets. While hornets are usually quite mild compared to the more aggressive wasp, they are often more dangerous when they do sting. That's because they are larger and have a more potent sting.

Imagine the kind of danger that could occur if your child is playing and opens an air duct vent to get a face of hornets. Having to rush your child to the emergency room because of hornets in your HVAC system is an experience no parent should ever have. Thankfully, you can avoid it by proper unit repairs.

How Professional HVAC Repair Can Help

First of all, an HVAC repair group will get hornets out of your air conditioning unit by calling a professional pest control expert. This step is wise because it will make it easier for them to perform the repairs they need to keep hornets out of your home for good.

After these pests are gone, your HVAC experts will then repair your unit to ensure that it doesn't continue to develop excessive moisture. This process is usually one that requires several types of repairs, including replacing broken coils and refilling your unit with Freon.

So if you have hornets in your air ducts and think a malfunctioning air conditioner is to blame, don't hesitate to contact a professional HVAC repair specialist. They will do what is necessary to ensure that your home doesn't suffer from a constant invasion by hornets.

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Remaining Comfortable In Your Home after Completing a Major Renovation

In a few, short months, my spouse and I will begin the construction process to build a much needed addition onto our small home. The addition will include a den and a master suite. But because our home will be much larger after the building process is complete, we will need to update our HVAC system. After speaking with our knowledgeable HVAC contractor, we’ve decided to purchase a second heating and air conditioning unit for our home. This additional unit will be considerably smaller than our current one. It will only heat and cool the new addition to our house. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best options for heating and cooling a home after building an addition onto it.

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