I Didn’t Know That! 4 Ways Keeping Your Air Conditioner On Will Benefit You And Your Home

10 September 2017
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When summer rolls around, you want to turn your air conditioner on as soon as the temperatures start to go up. That's not necessarily a bad thing. You see there are actually quite a few benefits to using your air conditioner during the searing heat. One of the benefits is that it just feels better to stay cool during the summer. However, the benefits go way beyond that. Here are four very important reasons why you need to make sure your air conditioner is working properly when summer arrives: Read More 

How To Service Your Condenser Hose

28 August 2017
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The condenser is perhaps the most important component in your AC system. It is largely responsible for circulation of cold air into your ducts. The one thing about the condenser unit is that it is located outside of your building. This means that it is exposed to the elements and it needs to be serviced and cleaned more frequently. One particularly vulnerable part of the system is the connector hose. This article explains where the connector of the hose is, how to check it, and how to fix it. Read More 

Read On To Learn Three Reasons Why Your AC May Not Be Cooling Your Home

16 August 2017
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You depend on your AC when the outside temperature rises, so it can be a major issue when it doesn't cool well. The following are some reasons why this can happen. #1: Fix the fins Poor cooling is often the result of the condenser coils being unable to transfer heat and cool air properly. These coils don't actually look like coils. If you examine the outdoor part of your AC unit, you will see fins which resemble a vent screen covering at least one side of the unit. Read More 

Home Temperature Inconsistency: A Troubleshooting Guide

7 August 2017
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When you're finding that the heating and cooling system in your home leaves your living space uneven in temperature, it's important that you have the whole system inspected to determine why. Your climate control system shouldn't leave areas of your home more than a few degrees apart in temperature. Here's a look at a couple of things that could be causing the inconsistent temperatures and what you can do about them. Read More 

3 Differences That Make High Velocity More Efficient Than Conventional HVAC

26 July 2017
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High velocity air conditioning is a central heating and cooling system that uses small duct pipes. The small diameter of the ducts means that airflow in these systems must be substantially more than a conventional system. The high-velocity airflow makes these systems cool faster, use less energy and add comfort where conventional ducts cannot be easily used. Here are some of the difference with high-velocity HVAC systems that make them more efficient: Read More