What Everyone Needs To Know About HVAC Systems

  • Coil Icing Is To Blame For High Humidity Levels In Your Home. Clean Your Filters To Prevent It

    2 August 2016

    Coil icing is one of the most common causes of reduced air conditioner efficiency. This is because when ice forms on an air conditioning system's evaporator coils, it insulates the passing air from the cooling effect of the refrigerant. As a result, the refrigerant fails to absorb as much heat as it should from the warm air. Here is what you should know about how this eventually leads to high humidity levels in your home and why cleaning your filters is an effective preventative measure.

  • FAQ About A Problematic Central Air Conditioner

    1 August 2016

    Did your central air conditioning suddenly stop producing cool temperatures? The main part of the system that is responsible for cooling warm air down is the evaporator coil. There are several types of problems that can interfere with the functionality of the evaporator coil. It is also possible that your air conditioner is just old. Take a look at this article for the answers to a few of the questions you might have about a malfunctioning evaporator coil.

  • 3 Reasons Your AC System May Not Be Working Correctly

    1 August 2016

    If you are like most homeowners, you have an air conditioning system in your home. However, just because you have an AC system doesn't necessarily mean that it is working properly. Many people's AC systems are working below full capacity when the solution is a simple correction. Here are some reasons that your AC may not be working properly and some ways to fix the problems. 1. Your Air Filters Are Clogged

  • 2 Ways To Alleviate The Strain On Your Air Conditioner

    1 August 2016

    One of the biggest problems that you can run into during the summer is that so much strain is placed on your air conditioner that it fails and leaves you and your family uncomfortable. In addition, once the air conditioner has failed due to the strain, it can cost quite a bit of money to repair or replace. Listed below are two ways to alleviate the strain on  your air conditioner so that it makes it through the summer.