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.
13 March 2020
Your central air conditioner has two sets of coils. The evaporator coils are in the air handler and the condenser coils are in the outside unit. The coils are connected by a copper refrigerant line, and these parts make up the refrigerant system of your air conditioner. If any of these parts develop a hole or are otherwise damaged, your air conditioner loses refrigerant and stops cooling your home. Here's how an air conditioning repair service may handle problems with your AC's refrigerant circulation system.
6 February 2020
In order for an HVAC unit to run properly, there needs to be proper airflow through the system. When there is a lack of airflow, a number of issues can occur, such as spots that are always hot or cold when the HVAC unit is running, pressure imbalance in rooms that can cause doors to shut, and little to no warm or cold air flowing out of the vents. If you suspect that your HVAC system has an airflow problem, it is important to have repairs made promptly in order to prevent the compressor from failing.