A Few Things To Know About Air Conditioning And Mold

Mold is a constant threat to your home, especially in the warm summer months. One of the most effective ways to combat mold is to use your air conditioner because it not only cools your home, it removes humidity too. Here are some things to know about mold and air conditioning. Air Conditioning Reduces Indoor Humidity Sometimes, humidity is high in your home because of a hidden water leak or other problem with your house.   Read More...

Don't Let The Heat Build Up In Your Office: 3 Reasons You Need To Service Your Commercial AC Before Summer Arrives

If you're a business owner, you have a lot on your mind. Since you're still in the middle of winter, your commercial air conditioner probably isn't one of the things on your mind. However, it should be. You might not realize this, but if your air conditioner isn't taken care of properly, you could be looking at some serious problems once the warm weather arrives. Before you're left facing problems this summer, you need to have your air conditioner serviced.   Read More...

How To Improve Your Condenser

When it comes to high utility bills, you don't just have to grin and bear it. That is, many homeowners don't realize that their HVAC system is one of the biggest consumers of gas and electricity. Additionally, HVAC system can lose its efficiency over the years as certain components cage and become less productive. Luckily, the homeowner can do some simple maintenance that will improve the overall functionality, productivity, and efficiency of their HVAC appliances.   Read More...

Tips For Reducing The Risk Of Your Air Conditioner Encountering Problems

Air conditioning malfunctions can have potentially serious consequences for the level of comfort you can enjoy during the hottest days of the year. While it is unfortunately common for these systems to develop malfunctions or other performance problems, there are several problems that are particularly common. Avoid Air Blockages If the airflow into the air conditioner becomes blocked, it can cause the mechanical parts of the system to suffer much more strain than normal.   Read More...

Signs Of AC Refrigerant Leak

The refrigerant is the blood of the air conditioner (AC); without it, your AC will not be able to perform its function and can easily stop running. This is why you should always be on the lookout for refrigerant leaks. Here are some of the signs that should tell you that your refrigerant is leaking: Hissing Sounds from the Indoor Unit This is one of the most obvious signs of a leaking refrigerant.   Read More...