Maintaining your central HVAC system is something that you need to constantly do. You don't necessarily need to spend a lot of time and money over the years, but you do need to perform some regular maintenance. Even if you don't have any experience working on HVAC systems, there are a few things that you can do. For instance, cleaning your air ducts and registers could help improve the airflow and cleanliness of the air in your home.
9 January 2017
Have you recently installed a new HVAC system? Did the installation company give you a maintenance schedule that seems like a waste of time and money to you? While you may be reluctant to give your HVAC company even more money by paying a technician to simply come out and "just look" at your unit, this is actually an important aspect of owning the system. Some of the top reasons for doing this are as follows:
15 December 2016
The compressor of a central air conditioner starts off the refrigerant fuel that the unit needs to cool your home. Gas refrigerant is compressed so that it can move into the condenser coils, which change the gas to a liquid so it can continue into the air handler within your home to complete the cooling cycle. If the compressor doesn't function properly, the cooling system can't start. There are a few different part malfunctions that can impair your air conditioner's compressor.
19 October 2016
With summer still in full-swing, you want to make sure that your AC is running smoothly. The last thing you want is for your air conditioner to break down while the sun is blazing. Luckily, if you pay close attention to your air conditioner, you can identify problems before you're left dealing with a malfunction during the hottest part of the summer. Here are three signs that your air conditioner needs professional attention.
19 August 2016
With the heat of summer, you will want to have your AC working at its best. This means that maintenance is necessary if you do not want to go without cooling during the hottest days of the year. There are some things that you can do to ensure your AC is more resilient during a heatwave and to keep repairs to a minimum. If you want to avoid problems with your AC this summer, here are some of the improvements that you may want to consider.
22 July 2016
If you've just invested a great deal of time and money into the launch of a brand new restaurant business, keeping things running around the clock is likely your main priority. This includes making sure that all of your appliances are working properly. Appliances such as your walk-in freezer and commercial refrigerator must be kept at a specific temperature in order to keep food fresh and safe for consumption. A faulty refrigerator or freezer can leave a bad taste in the mouth of a new customer or one that has been eating there since your grand opening.
3 June 2016
Going into your basement to find water pooling around your central AC unit can be a bit alarming. But chances are, there's a pretty simple fix for the problem. Before you panic and call your HVAC tech for an emergency appointment, try these quick fixes to see if they work. Note: Before you try any of these fixes, make sure you turn off the power to your AC unit and clean up the water to avoid damaging the unit or injuring yourself.
13 April 2016