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COVID-19 Announcement to Customers

Posted on: March 20th, 2020 by tcg_admin No Comments

Action Air Covid-19 MessagingAction Air will remain open during this time of social distancing. With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacting us globally, ensuring safety and well-being is our top priority. I want to share our plan and update you on the necessary steps we’re taking in response to keeping our employees and our customers safe: 

If you need service, please call us at (931) 647-8525, or fill schedule your service online https://actionairclarksville.com/make-an-appointment/

We will continue to update you on our website and on our social media platforms as we continue to monitor the situation.

Be well, and thank you for your business.

How to Spot an HVAC Scam!

Posted on: March 20th, 2020 by tcg_admin No Comments

Some dishonest companies will try to take advantage of a homeowner’s lack of HVAC knowledge. Here are some tips from Action Air to weed out the scammers.

Do your research 

Ask questions

Get a second opinion

At Action Air, we give free second opinions!  

Never buy used parts

Look at the technician’s vehicle

We hope these tips will keep you from being scammed, but the best way is to trust Action Air. We’ve been providing heating, cooling, sales, and service since 1979. We have certified service technicians, qualified installers, knowledgeable sales staff, and our technician’s vehicles are marked with the Action Air logo.

And as always, when you need action, call Action Air  (931) 647-8525.

Your HVAC Unit Is Working Overtime This Winter!

Posted on: February 21st, 2020 by tcg_admin No Comments

During the winter months, your HVAC system has to work overtime to keep your home or business warm and cozy. Check out these tips from Action Air to reduce the strain on your system.

Change your air filters!

Inspect Registers & Return Grilles

Move Carpets, Rugs, and Furniture from Vents

Check Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Clear Areas Around Heating Equipment

Clear Exterior Vents and Chimneys of Ice or Snow

But of course, the best way to keep your system in peak running condition is to schedule regular maintenance check-ups with Action Air.

If you’re ready for a thorough preventative maintenance check-up, schedule your appointment today. And as always, when you need action, call Action Air (931) 647-8525.

When You Need Community Action – Call Action Air!

Posted on: January 24th, 2020 by tcg_admin No Comments

You already know, “When you need action, call Action Air” for all your heating and cooling needs, But, did you know that you can also depend on Action Air to be involved in many community endeavors as well?

Best of Clarksville

YMCA After Breast Cancer (ABC) program

The Food Initiative

Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County

Green Certified

So when you need action, call Action Air (931) 647-8525.

How Can You Tell When Your Furnace is Failing?

Posted on: December 19th, 2019 by tcg_admin No Comments

Action Air wants you to be aware of possible furnace problems before they become a major breakdown.

Start and Stop

If your furnace is cycling on and off, it’s because something in the system is causing it to cut off before it can complete a full heating cycle. Or it could be something simple like the heat sensor needs to be cleaned.

Flame color

Open your furnace door or look through the peepholes (if provided) and notice the color of the flame. If the flame is yellow, it is often a sign of a dirty burner. This could mean that your furnace isn’t heating to its full potential.

Higher Utility Bills

This could be many different issues. Excessively cold weather makes your furnace work harder than usual but if your furnace is struggling to get the job done, it may be a deeper problem. But, it could be something simple like a clogged filter that’s obstructing your furnace’s airflow.

Rodents at Work

Mice, rats and squirrels can do lots of damage to your home’s mechanical systems. If you see signs of nest material or animal droppings, check for signs of chewed wires.

Water Leaks

If you see a puddle of water around your furnace, it could be a sign of trouble. During the summer when running your air conditioner, it could be just water condensation. But if you see a leak while running the heating furnace, that could mean a big problem.

But of course, the best way to keep your system in peak running condition is to schedule regular maintenance check-ups with Action Air. Our technicians have a list of 15 checkpoints to keep your furnace running at peak performance.

If you’re ready for a thorough preventative maintenance check-up, schedule your appointment today. And as always, when you need action, call Action Air (931) 647-8525.

Are You Noticing Strange Smells From Your HVAC System?

Posted on: November 13th, 2019 by tcg_admin No Comments

As most of us are turning on our furnace for the first time this season, Action Air explains what you might be smelling.

Burning Smell?

When you turn on your furnace at the start of the season you might smell a slight burning smell. This is normal. This is dust that has been accumulating over the summer and is burning away as your unit heats up.

Rotten Eggs?

If you detect a smell that a bit sour, you may have a severe problem. That smell can indicate a failed heat exchanger, especially if you have a high-efficiency furnace. This is a serious problem since a lousy heat exchanger can pump unsafe levels of dangerous carbon monoxide (CO) gas into your home. Contact Action Air immediately to check it out.

Now is an excellent time to remind you about your Carbon Monoxide detector. Check the batteries if you have one. If you don’t have one – get one!

Burning Plastic?

If your furnace smells like a burning plastic, shut off the furnace and call Action Air immediately. That odor means electrical components or wires are getting scorched because of a short or some other malfunction. It could mean a failing fan motor.

But of course, the best way to keep your system in peak running condition is to schedule regular maintenance check-ups with Action Air.

If you’re ready for a thorough preventative maintenance check-up, schedule your appointment today. And as always, when you need action, call Action Air (931) 647-8525.

Halloween Decorations Can Be Hazardous to Your HVAC

Posted on: October 14th, 2019 by tcg_admin No Comments

Halloween decorations are fun but Action Air wants to warn you about some of the hazards that can happen to your system.

Blocked Vents

Be aware of the placement of decorations. Don’t block the flow of air from air ducts or return vent.

Spider Webs

Those fake spider webs are great for spooky effects but beware of loose fibers getting circulated through your HVAC system. These can clog up your filters and negatively impact your air quality.

Outdoor Decorations

Large outdoor decorations like those big blow-up pumpkins look great. Just make sure they are at least 4 – 6 feet away from your outdoor unit.

Fog Machines & Candles

Fog machines are really cool for scary ambiance but their “fog juice” could clog up filters. Even candles emit soot, so use candles sparingly.

Energy Draining

With Halloween parties, the added heat source from candles, not to mention the extra people in your house, this could mean having to run your air conditioner even in the fall. And how about the extra wattage used for the outdoor decorations? Keep in mind that on the night of trick or treating, your front door will constantly be opening and closing, letting warm air out causing your unit to work overtime.

Here are some suggestions for having a not-so-scary Halloween

If you’re ready for a thorough preventative maintenance check-up, schedule your appointment today. And as always, when you need action, call Action Air (931) 647-8525.

Source:
https://www.airassurance.com/blog/2018/10/16/how-fog-machines-and-halloween-decorations-affect-your-homeshvac-efficiency

It’s Fall, Y’all! Is Your Home Ready?

Posted on: September 18th, 2019 by tcg_admin No Comments

Action Air suggests some things you can do to get ready for Fall.

It's fall! Is your home ready? Action Air Clarksville TN

Even Starbucks has started its “Pumpkin Spice Lattes” in anticipation of fall’s brisk weather. But what about you? Is your home ready for the chilly weather approaching?

Here are a few practical tips:

But the most important tip is to make sure your HVAC is winterized. You don’t want to be caught out in the cold that first night you need to turn the heat on. Call Action Air and ask about our Heating Season Maintenance Services.

We have a lot of solutions for improving the comfort of your home, whether in the summer or winter. Give Action Air a call today to schedule an appointment. Action Air has provided the Clarksville area with heating, cooling, sales, and service since 1979. We have certified service technicians, qualified installers and  knowledgeable sales staff. When You Need Action, Call Action Air!

Join Us For The Grown-Up Spelling Bee!

Posted on: September 4th, 2019 by tcg_admin No Comments

Inaugural Montgomery County Imagination Library Grown-Up Spelling Bee

Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 at the Roxy Regional Theater

Complimentary beverages at 5:00pm
Spelling Bee begins at 6:15pm


Purchase Tickets Here »


On Tuesday, September 10 the inaugural Montgomery County Imagination Library Grown-Up Spelling Bee will take place at the Roxy Regional Theater. We will start the evening with complimentary beer and wine from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and get buzzing with the Spelling Bee by 6:15. All proceeds will go to support early children’s literacy in Montgomery County by getting books in the hands of children.

Our own County Mayor Jim Durrett and County Trustee Kimberly Wiggins will serve as judges along with City Mayor Joe Pitts and Representative Jason Hodges. The Bee will be co-emceed by Valerie Guzman and Ryan Bowie. This will be great fun for an exceptional cause!

You can expect a few other differences from the spelling bees of our youth: teams can be bought back, bribing the judges is encouraged, and lifelines and “Save the Bees” votes can instantly foil your opponents lead. You better watch your stinger, because teams that are down may not necessarily be out!

Tickets are now on sale for $20 and space is limited. Click the link below to purchase tickets or contact Michelle Newell at manewell@mcgtn.net for an alternative ticket purchase option.


Purchase Tickets Here »


 

All proceeds will be used to pay for the nearly 10,000 books sent out to children right here in Montgomery County. Every donation is matched by our partner program – Governor’s Books from Birth Foundation – to cover our county book bill of $220,000 per year. To keep our kids supplied with books at the rate we are growing – $110,000 of that book bill must come from fundraising within Montgomery County annually.

The Montgomery County Imagination Library is managed through the Montgomery County Public Library.

Hope to see you buzzing around
the Roxy September 10!

With these Record High Temperatures… Try to Keep Your Cool!

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by tcg_admin No Comments

With these Record High Temperatures… Try to Keep Your Cool!

Action Air suggests some things you can do to help keep your A/C unit running properly between scheduled maintenances.

Thermometer

What could be worse than having your air conditioner go out on one of the hottest days of the year?

Of course, here at Action Air, we suggest regularly scheduled maintenance to keep everything running smoothly, but sometimes bad things can happen to good units. Here are some DIY items that you can do to help maintain your HVAC unit all year long.

These are pretty important items, but nothing beats a thorough inspection from Action Air to keep your unit running smoothly and for you to keep your cool.

We have a lot of solutions for improving the comfort of your home, whether in the summer or winter. Give Action Air a call today to schedule an appointment.

Action Air has provided the Clarksville area with heating, cooling, sales, and service since 1979. We have certified service technicians, qualified installers and a knowledgeable sales staff.  When You Need Action, Call Action Air!


Source: https://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/maintenance-and-repair/cleaning/10-easy-steps-to-keep-your-air-conditioning-unit-running-smoothl