With summer nearly in full swing, you're probably more worried about your air conditioner than the current state of your furnace. Nevertheless, you shouldn't leave your furnace out in the figurative cold. The summer season offers one of the best times to handle any maintenance or heater repair required before winter returns. If you're still not convinced, here are three solid reasons to consider some summertime TLC for your heating system.
31 May 2018
HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems have inherent or potential dangers that everyone should understand. Here are some of those dangers: Electrical Shock The risk of an electrical shock is always present with a malfunctioning HVAC system or a poorly maintained HVAC system. This is because a typical HVAC system has multiple electrical components such as capacitors that energize motors to start them moving and keep them running and relays that transmit electrical power.
28 May 2018
If you are upgrading or installing an air conditioner, there are a few preparation measures you need to take care of to give the technicians easy work on installation day. Here are some of these measures and how they will help the installers accomplish their mission: Clean the Ductwork You need to have your ductwork cleaned and any holes plugged before the installation day. This is particularly necessary if the ductwork is aging or if it has not been used for some time.
28 May 2018
Once you realize that there is a need for you to hire someone for an HVAC repair, you will want to go ahead and start the search for the best professional for the job. You do not want to wait too long, as the situation can escalate quickly. To help you further understand why it is so important for you to get the HVAC repair done quickly, you will want to check out the following information.
14 April 2018
It's important that you always stay on top of your HVAC services so that you can make it through the summer without any problems. If you allow your air conditioner to break down or start to give you issues, you will find yourself sweating, dealing with heat exhaustion, and potentially dealing with expensive repairs and replacements later on. The best thing you can do is contact the help of air conditioning repair services that can help you with whatever repairs and maintenance you require.
6 March 2018
There are quite a few (literally) ins and outs to a central HVAC dusting system. Importantly, many people don't realize that some of the air registers mounted on their walls are actually returns. Air returns are basically where the air is sucked back into your duct system, where it is then circulated to the furnace or heat transfer device (depending on the set up of your system). The air returns are extremely important junctions in a typical central HVAC system.
19 January 2018
Have you just tried to turn on your furnace and discovered that it either refuses to come on or it isn't heating your home when it does come on? Are you about to call for a repair technician but you're wondering if there is anything that you can do while waiting for them to arrive? When it's cold outside, one of the last things that you want to have happen is for your furnace to stop working.
4 December 2017
When it comes to healthy HVAC system, it is all about good airflow. No matter how well your furnace or condenser units are working, their efforts will be wasted if the airflow is not good. The airflow in your home can be dramatically altered if your ducts and registers are not cleaned. This article explains some basic steps for cleaning and maintaining your air ducts and registers in order to maintain solid airflow.
24 September 2017
A swamp cooler, also known as an evaporative cooler, is an alternative type of air conditioner that makes use of humidity to cool down the area it is cooling. This makes swamp coolers ideal for warm, dry climates. However, like all major appliances, constant use and age can cause a number of problems to begin to manifest themselves. Understanding when your swamp cooler is beginning to exhibit signs that it needs to be replaced can help you replace the unit early, before it fails and leaves you sweltering in the summer heat.
24 September 2017
Many central air conditioners are located outside the home, so it is typically one of the first appliances you own that end up submerged in a flood. Since it can cost over $10,000 to replace an A/C unit, you may be tempted to try and repair your current machine rather than get a new one. However, not all flooded air conditioners can be saved. Here are a couple of tips for determining if yours can:
7 September 2017