Your compressor is the pump that makes your home's entire air conditioning system work as it should. Without the compressor, the refrigerant in the system would be unable to make its journey from your indoor unit to your outdoor unit with its heat. This refrigerant cycle is the key to any air conditioning system, so without a functional compressor, you can kiss that cool air goodbye. That can make it all the more frustrating when your compressor dies in the searing heat of summer, leaving you with a sweltering hot home.
3 July 2019
It is not uncommon for homeowners to unintentionally cause harm to their air conditioning system as a result of improper use. You may not realize it, but there is a good chance that you are making errors that are impeding the performance of your HVAC system and cutting its lifespan short. You can help reduce the need for expensive repairs or a premature unit replacement by familiarizing yourself with these mistakes.
28 May 2019
When you live in a hot climate, you're probably used to having your air conditioner turn on and cool your home as needed. However, failure to pay attention to your air conditioner can result is very expensive A/C repairs or the need to replace your home's air conditioning unit prematurely. Since air conditioning units are so expensive to replace, it is well worth your time to take care of your current air conditioner.
11 April 2019
Commercial HVAC systems should be inspected, and any issues should be taken care of at least twice a year. However, even with inspections, problems can still come up. #1. Your Energy Bills Increase Sharply In general, your business's energy bills should remain consistent on a year to year basis. Your business's energy bill from last July to this July should be similar in the amount of energy that you are using.
11 March 2019
Effective heating is one way you can stay comfortable and healthy this winter. Unfortunately, heating costs can really increase your energy bill. According to Energy.gov, almost half of the average energy bill in the US is comprised of heating costs. While you can't eliminate heating costs entirely, you can reduce them. Here are four ways you can save money heating your home this winter: 1. Switch to an energy efficient heater.
24 January 2019
When you own a home, there is a certain ebb and flow to the work schedule. The lawn needs to be fertilized in the spring and aerated in the fall. The windows need to be cleaned, but only after the gutters are cleaned out. The batteries in the smoke detectors need to be checked on the same day that you change the clocks forward or back. Your home's HVAC system, however, doesn't play by the rules.
13 December 2018
Are you going to have an air conditioning system installed in your office building? If so, the installation process is going to be quite different than what it would be for your home. Here are some considerations to make when having your commercial air conditioning system installed. 1. Use Multiple Air Conditioners For Different Zones One thing you must think about is if your commercial space needs to be split up into zones.
11 November 2018
If you have a central HVAC system for heating and cooling your home, you will need to do maintenance every season. Before winter arrives, you want to winterize the AC and prepare the furnace for another cold winter. Doing the right maintenance now will ensure your heating is efficient this winter, and your AC has fewer problems next spring. Here are some tips to help with maintenance now for efficient heating and easy spring AC maintenance.
8 October 2018
While there is no disputing that there is a need for a plumber if there is water spraying all over your kitchen or bathroom. However, there may be some less obvious signs that you are in need of the expert assistance of a plumbing contractor. Check out the following signs of plumbing trouble, so you will know just when it is time for you to find a skilled plumbing professional.
21 August 2018
Homeowners who rely on both heating and air conditioning have to deal with increased utilities throughout the entire year. The cost of the systems, along with the cost of the energy it takes to power them can account for tens of thousands of dollars over their lifetime. So, it only makes sense that buyers are going to choose the most energy efficient products available to them. If you are going to install a new furnace, you will find this article helpful.
2 August 2018