Hottest Country Hits: Can You Guess These #1 Songs of the Year?
HELLO SUMMER and late nights out at country concerts dancing & singing along with our favorite artists!
Is there really anything better than grabbing your crew to go tailgate under the sun then hear your favorite songs LIVE under the stars?? No, there's not.
But coming home to a house with AC after a full day of sweating is a close second ;) So if that doesn't happen and your AC unit calls it quits, check out some HVAC tips below, and call Howald Heating, Air Conditioning, & Plumbing to fix it with this coupon. Then make your way back out to the venue for the next concert!
We're always hitting repeat on today's hottest hits, but we're still obsessed with songs from every decade! We picked a handful of random years from a chart source, so let's see if you were paying attention to the hottest country music hits then too.
Tips from Howald Heating, Air Conditioning, & Plumbing if you flip the AC switch on and nothing happens:
- Check your thermostat. Are the batteries working? Often fresh batteries allow the system to hum along and cool your home. If the thermostat screen is blank, this is the likely cause. Easy!
- When is the last time the filter was changed? Follow the manufacturer’s suggestions to change your air filter. Timing varies. Some are monthly, others every three months, while some are reusable and should be cleaned when they are dirty. One way to determine if a filter needs to be cleaned is to check if any light passes through it. If not, it’s time to clean it. Dirty filters not only reduce the flow of air but can also cause the AC unit to freeze.
- Take a look at your fuse box and/or breaker. The breakers and fuses safeguard the AC unit’s motor or compressor from overheating. Often when a motor dies, one of the first parts the HVAC technician checks is the breaker. If this is the case, you’ll need to call a tech to check your system.
- Is air blowing out of the vent? If it’s warm (and yes this is super obvious), check the thermostat temp. We’ve seen programmable thermostats reset (refer to #1 when the batteries change) and have temps set at 80. Homeowners don’t realize it and think their system is malfunctioning.
- Check the outside unit for obstructions. If the outdoor unit’s fan is entirely obstructed by debris, branches, or a fence you built to hide it, the unit might not be able to inhale, meaning the cooling process never takes place. This is another easy fix: clear the blockage.
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