Routine maintenance can help ensure that your HVAC system stays in good shape. Efficient heating and cooling systems are essential to the comfort of your building, as well as a healthy indoor environment.
When it comes to air conditioners, there’s usually an additional unit that’s placed outdoors where it’s exposed to the elements. As a homeowner who relies on the air conditioner on a daily basis, it’s understandable if you’re worried about the outdoor unit, especially when it rains. According to AC repair pros, however, you don’t actually have to worry much about this, as the outdoor unit is made to withstand heavy rain. This means that nothing will likely happen to it even during a storm. Despite this, however, there are other weather related problems that your AC unit may face that you’ll have to look out for ,such as:
According to air conditioner replacement pros, air purifiers are additional systems that you can install in your home. As the name implies, these purify the air in your home by removing pollutants from it. Sometimes when homeowners think about air purifiers, however, they wonder iif they can really help relieve them of their allergies.
Here, Cooper Bros answers the question of whether or not air purifiers can really relieve allergy symptoms.
When you use your air conditioning unit, water is a byproduct while it’s running. Normally, that water will be drained out of your home but if your AC unit’s condensate drain becomes clogged, it can cause the water to leak from your air conditioner. But what exactly causes clogs in AC drains?
In this post, air conditioner repair pros from Cooper Bros explain everything you need to know about AC drain clogs.
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.