It’s never any fun to suffer through a hot summer day without AC. For your air conditioner to work, however, the unit will need to have a certain amount of refrigerant in it. In this article, air conditioner repair experts from Cooper Brothers discuss the signs that your air conditioner contains too much refrigerant.
Spring is just around the corner, which means allergy season will soon be here. Airborne allergens and dirty air ducts can pose health risks to your household. In addition to improving your indoor air quality, maintaining your HVAC system can also increase your home’s energy efficiency, reduce electric bills and prevent costly repairs.
When you have small children at home, you always want to make sure they don’t have dangerous encounters with your furnishings and appliances. One thing that can attract their attention is the components of your HVAC system, specifically the registers. They may curiously stick their tiny fingers in the vents and get stuck. They can also put items in the air ducts, which can get damaged too…. Continue Reading
With proper maintenance, you can keep your heating system in good condition for many years. However, certain problems can still occur, especially during extreme weather. For instance, in the winter, heat pumps sometimes struggle to reach the set temperature, affecting your indoor comfort. … Continue Reading
Getting the most out of your programmable thermostat has its benefits. For one, it can help you save at least 10% on heating and cooling costs a year. As a leading air conditioner repair contractor in the area, Cooper Brothers, Inc. recommends you follow these five best practices when using this important component of your HVAC system.… Continue Reading