July 16th, 2018
When people focus on upgrading their HVAC systems, a lot of the time they focus on the main body: the heater or the air conditioner. The thing is, though, you can run into all sorts of problems with your air conditioner or heater even if the main parts of those systems are perfectly fine. The thermostat is the core of your HVAC systems, and keeping it functioning properly is just as important. Have a look at the following ways a bad thermostat can completely mess up your air conditioner this summer, and what you can do if your thermostat is not working the way it should be.
July 2nd, 2018
Air conditioning problems are much more common during the summer, when a cooling system is under a lot more work stress. That stress increases wear and tear on the system, making it more likely to break down in a number of different ways. Hopefully, you’ve already had a professional check out your air conditioner this year to make sure it’s in top condition. Even if you have, though, you still need to make sure that you are watching and listening for any additional signs that your air conditioner is malfunctioning. One of the most obvious signs that an air conditioner is not working properly is if it starts to make odd noises during operation. The following are some common noises that indicate a problem with your air conditioning system.
June 18th, 2018
You are probably already using your air conditioner quite a bit on a daily basis, and that’s only going to increase as we get further into summer. All that added demand is going to cost you a pretty penny if you’re not careful, not to mention the strain it puts on the air conditioner. Fortunately, there are ways to make sure that you get through the summer in comfort without breaking the bank … or your air conditioner. Have a look below for some tips on increasing your AC efficiency.
June 4th, 2018
As inconvenient as it is, summer is the most common time of year for air conditioners to develop problems of various kinds. It makes sense if you think about it. Summer is when the system is placed under the most strain, so of course it’s going to be more prone to breaking down when you need it the most. Preventive maintenance scheduled on a consistent basis goes a long way towards keeping the air conditioner healthy, but it’s not a perfect solution. You still need to be very careful of signs that manifest between maintenance appointments of issues with your air conditioner. Make sure that you call for repairs if you notice any off the problems below with your system.
May 21st, 2018
The daily temperatures are starting to climb as we get closer to summer, and they’re not going to drop for a while. If you haven’t already made sure that your home is ready for the hottest months of the year, now would be a good time. Part of making sure your home is ready for summer is ensuring that you have an air conditioner you can rely on in your home. If your current air conditioner isn’t filling you with confidence about its ability to cool your home over the next several months, you should probably replace it before summer arrives. The following are some of the most common signs that an air conditioner should be replaced.
May 7th, 2018
Summer is just about the worst possible time to have your air conditioner malfunction on you. It’s also when that’s most likely to happen. The added strain placed on air conditioners during the summer is a major cause of all kinds of issues. It’s important that you keep an eye out for signs that your air conditioner is having some sort of problem, so that you can have it repaired as soon as possible. One common sign that indicates an air conditioner malfunction is low output. If your air conditioner isn’t cooling your home as well as it should be, it might be for one of the reasons below.
April 23rd, 2018
Spring is usually the time of year when people start getting their homes ready for the summer heat. That usually means scheduling preventive air conditioning maintenance services, but it can also mean installing an entirely new cooling system. After all, no air conditioner lasts forever. If you are in the market for a new air conditioner, you should take a look at the various options available on the market before you make any decisions. Each air conditioner is suited to a different set of needs and circumstances, so you’re going to want to take a look at all of them before deciding on the best one for you. Have a look at some of the qualities of ductless mini splits below and the advantages that one can offer you if you install one this spring.
April 9th, 2018
With the weather heating up, it’s important that you closely monitor your air conditioner for signs that it’s malfunctioning in any way. The more you rely on your system, the more likely it’s going to be to develop problems under the strain. If you can recognize those problems quickly, you’ll be able to address them before they get too far out of hand. One of the biggest warning signs that your system is in trouble is if it is making strange noises while it’s operating. Read on for some common air conditioner noises that indicate a problem with the system.
March 26th, 2018
Spring may have just started, but summer is on the horizon. Before too long, the days are going to start heating up dramatically. You don’t want to go into the summer season with an unreliable air conditioner, do you? If not, then now is the perfect time to schedule professional air conditioning maintenance for your system. Preventive maintenance is perhaps the single best thing you can do to make sure that your system is ready for the summer season. Read below to find out why that is, and why spring is the best time to have it done.
March 12th, 2018
We’re moving closer and closer to cooling season, which means that it’s a good time to start getting your air conditioner ready. You’re going to be using it quite a bit over the next few months, and the added strain makes it much more likely for problems of various kinds to crop up. If you want your air conditioner to be able to cope with the strain without developing problems, the best thing you can do is schedule preventive maintenance for it.