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Two Common Problems That Can Plague An Air Conditioner

9 May 2016
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When the heat hits during the summer, you need to make sure that your air conditioner is ready to flood your house with comfort. Unfortunately, heat can overwhelm capacitors in your condenser coils and improper maintenance can cause your evaporator coils to ice over. Taking a little time to troubleshoot on your own will help you to keep your AC running properly.  Blown Capacitors It takes more power to start a fan than it does to keep a fan running once it has started. Read More …

Passive Cooling Strategies To Use In Conjunction With Your HVAC System

5 May 2016
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Modern technology such as the AC unit and furnace provide a great way to heat and cool your home, but they do have limitations. The main problem is that an AC unit will only cool a home once it has started to heat up, and a furnace will only heat a home once it has started to cool down. If you want to improve the function of your HVAC equipment, sometimes low tech options are your best choice. Read More …

4 Tips For Keeping Your Air Conditioning Running Efficiently This Summer

4 May 2016
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The summer weather is almost here, and air conditioning becomes a must. An efficient system will mean lower bills and more comfortable air flow. So, how do you keep your AC unit running perfectly throughout the summer months? Here are four tips to make sure you have air conditioning all summer long. Tip 1: Make Sure You Regularly Maintain the System                                                            System maintenance is essential. This is the best way to find out whether there is any damage or any possible dirt or grime building up. Read More …

The Common Causes Of Air Conditioner Leaks

3 May 2016
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Air conditioners do more than just regulate the temperature of a home. They also function as humidity regulators, something that usually goes a long way towards not only improving air quality, but also preventing moisture-related problems such as mold growth. Air conditioners and humidity control In the evaporator coil, the refrigerant usually changes states – from a liquid state into a gaseous state. This is a process that is usually accompanied by a drop in temperature. Read More …

3 Ways To Keep Your Air Conditioner Running Optimally All Summer Long

3 May 2016
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As the warmer weather begins to creep in, thoughts of efficient air conditioning systems often come to mind. There are several things you can do now to keep you HVAC running smoothly all summer long while also saving you some money on energy and repair work. Consider doing the following for the dog days of summer: Run Ceiling Fans If your home has ceiling fans, be sure to turn them on while your air conditioner is running. Read More …

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air conditioning unit quitting during extreme temperatures

The temperature outside reaches 90 degrees and your air conditioning stops working. You continually go to the thermostat and bump the temperature a little lower with the hopes of miraculously fixing the problem. Once the temperature inside the house reaches 88 degrees, you finally conclude that there is something very wrong with the air conditioning system. So, what could the problem be? What can you do to fix it? My blog will provide you with several issues that could cause your air conditioning to stop working during the hottest days or months of the year so that you can begin making the repairs or call for help.