Keeping Your HVAC System In Great Condition
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Keeping Your HVAC System In Great Condition

There aren't many things more frustrating than an air conditioning that refuses to run. A hot, muggy home can make your space incredibly uncomfortable, which is why I have always focused on maintaining my air conditioning system. Unfortunately, I still run into problems from time to time and I am sure that all of you do, which is one of the reasons I decided to build this website. Check out these posts for more information about keeping your system working beautifully, even if you aren't naturally good at fixing things. You never know, making the right changes could dramatically improve your summertime experience.

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Keeping Your HVAC System In Great Condition

  • How To Fix Your Condenser Hose

    1 November 2016

    The condenser unit is a central part of the AC system in most homes. It is the large appliance that sits near the side of your home. Since it is located outdoors and exposed to the elements, there is a real risk that certain parts can get damaged. The connector hose is probably the most vulnerable part of the system. This article explains the importance of the hose and how to check it so you can make the appropriate repairs.

  • How To Clean AC Condenser Coils

    1 November 2016

    As your home ages, your air-conditioning system is bound to become less effective. You can do your part to combat this by regularly maintaining your condenser unit. The coils are the most important element of the condenser unit when it comes to airflow and the heat transfer process. This article explains the best way to clean and service your condenser coils. If you do this maintenance on a regular basis, your air conditioner is more likely to run at maximum efficiency.

  • What You Need to Know About AC Coils

    18 July 2016

    An AC system is only as good as its coils. In fact, an air-conditioner unit has two sets of coils. A set of evaporator coils inside your house vaporizes refrigerant to absorb heat from the air in your home. A set of condenser coils on the outside of your home expels heat from the refrigerant so that it can cycle back to the evaporator. If anything is not working quite right with your coils, you will pay too much to cool your home.