Soon, it will be time to turn your AC on, but there may be problems that you need to have repaired first. The most common air conditioner problems start before you ever turn your system on. Therefore, you probably want to know how to deal with some of the most common problems. The following top AC problems are issues you need to have fixed before they cause failures: Damage to Condensing Unit
19 April 2021
Your home is your sanctuary from the outside world, including the elements. When the summer heat gets too much, you can head to your cool home. However, if you don't have central air-conditioning, you may find that your home is still too warm for your liking. If you're tired of being hot and sweaty in your own home, check out these three benefits of central air conditioning. 1. Comfort
17 March 2021
Increasing amounts of summer and fall wildfires are leading to major indoor air quality concerns for most families. Smoke contains particulates that can affect respiratory health both in the short and long term. Proper air filtration is key to breathing clean air when the smoke and ash are flying. How Smoke Gets Into the Home Smoke enters the home through both obvious and hidden means. Obvious means of smoke infiltration include open windows and doors and ventilation systems that work by drawing in outside air.
12 February 2021
Many households have air conditioning systems. If you intend to buy, replace, or upgrade your air conditioner, you need to find the most appropriate system based on your lifestyle and budget. In particular, you'll need to decide whether to go for ducted air conditioning or split air conditioning. Here are the basic features of both systems to help you make an informed decision. Mode of Operation One way to differentiate between ducted and split systems is by how they work.
8 February 2021
When you aren't using your air conditioner during cooler weather, you might wonder if you need to cover your AC unit. As part of taking care of your complete HVAC system, you may wonder what steps you need to take to protect your air conditioner so that you can use it comfortably as the temperature rises again this spring. These are some of the questions you need to ask about covering your AC unit.
4 January 2021
It often seems like winter lasts a long time when the temperatures are cold and the days dreary. At least you can stay cozy and snug in your home when your furnace is working properly. Your furnace works hard when it's cold out, so it's important to take good care of it all winter long. Here are some important things you can do to prevent furnace failure in the winter.
27 November 2020
Before you decide to finalize the purchase of a new heater, there are several different factors to nail down. Choosing the right installation time, choosing the best options and customizations, and finding the best warranties and incentives will make for a convenient process that can save you money. Time of Installation Time is a big factor in having a new furnace installed in two different ways. First, consider what time of year you want your furnace installed.
27 October 2020
As we're moving into the cold winter months, many homeowners are turning on their furnaces for the first time. Once they do, they may be surprised to realize that the heater isn't turning on and will call an HVAC company to schedule a heater repair service. There can be several reasons why your furnace isn't functioning properly, many of which are outlined below. Tripped Breaker The circuit breaker that's located inside your house is there for safety purposes.
26 October 2020
Your residential AC is obviously an important part of your house. A house with a non-working air conditioner is not going to be comfortable at all, especially if you live in a climate that's hot all year round. It's important that you make the right decisions when it comes to your air conditioner, and that goes from the initial installation to your daily use and maintenance plan. Here are some tips to keep in mind if you want to avoid residential AC mistakes that could end up costing you money.
23 September 2020
Most property owners view any sign of possible HVAC issues as alarming. It is ideal to respond quickly if issues are suspected. However, it is also a good idea to know which issues you should treat as emergencies and which issues can be treated as standard repairs. There are several reasons that you should know what to deem an emergency HVAC situation. First and foremost, properly assessing potentially serious situations can ensure your safety and comfort.
19 August 2020