Learning About Air Conditioners

AC Installation: Three Steps To Get Ready

If your current air conditioning system has been damaged or is just old, inefficiencies may result in the unit working excessively harder, leading to an increase in overall energy costs. You may find that investing in a brand-new unit can reduce cooling expenses while also improving the quality of indoor air and overall household comfort. Although an experienced technician will come out to your home to install the new unit, there are a few things you can do to prepare the space to ensure that the installation goes as smoothly as possible. Read More 

Ensuring A Successful Furnace Repair Visit

If you've had to call for furnace repair, you are likely anxiously awaiting the technician's arrival. However, the time between your phone call and the heating repair technician's arrival is important for you. You should use this time to ensure that you are as prepared as possible for a successful heating repair visit. Here are a few of the things that you should do while you are waiting for your furnace repair technician to arrive. Read More 

Don’t Get Left In The Heat: How To Avoid AC Repair Mistakes This Summer

When it comes to your air conditioner, you can't afford to make mistakes with repairs. After all, those types of mistakes can leave you without cold air during the long, hot summer. If your air conditioner isn't working the way it should, you need to call your HVAC contractor as soon as possible. With the right repairs, your AC will keep you cool this summer. Here are some tips that will help you avoid repair mistakes. Read More 

HVAC Tips For Restaurants

A restaurant will have extensive HVAC needs, and many businesses may fail to invest the resources and effort into effectively planning so that these needs can be met. In addition to making the interior of the restaurant more enjoyable for customers, it can also help with employee morale by ensuring that they are comfortable for the duration of their shifts. Ventilation For The Kitchen And Dish Washing Areas The kitchen area of the restaurant will need to have excellent ventilation. Read More 

AC Problems That Should Be Looked at By HVAC Contractors

Your AC unit will sometimes not work that great during the summer months. You can fix a lot of issues yourself, but if the following problems surface, it's just best to leave the repair up to an HVAC contractor. Dead Motor The motor is one of the most important components of an AC unit as it's what powers the compressor and fans. If it will not turn on and is in fact dead, it's important to hire an HVAC contractor because they'll need to replace this dead motor with a new one. Read More