Air conditioning systems are equipped with evaporator and condenser coils, which are respectively housed in indoor and outdoor enclosures. These coils are key components that make it possible for air conditioners to produce cool air. In today’s post, local air conditioning and furnace replacement contractor Cooper Bros discusses the importance of having matched evaporator and condenser coils.… Continue Reading
Air conditioners are complex systems, which is why myths about them still persist to this day. While most air conditioning myths are harmless, some may end up costing you money on your utility bills. In today’s post, local air quality HVAC contractor Cooper Bros shares a look at common air conditioning myths that might be costing you money.… Continue Reading
Opting for a cheaper, faster alternative to a home furnace repair or air conditioner replacement is very appealing when you’re feeling inconvenienced and just want to get things done. However, you could also invite possible rip-offs and scams if you’re not careful. Avoid getting caught up in a swindle by familiarizing yourself with these common signs of an HVAC scam.… Continue Reading
The possibility of dead animals getting trapped in the air ducts isn’t something most homeowners normally think about or prepare for. It is, however, a much more common issue than you might think. This occurrence causes discomfort due to the foul odor the carcass emits. Attics, basements and wall crevices are enticing places for small animals to seek refuge, and air ducts help them maneuver their way through your home. This issue, if not addressed immediately, could wreak havoc on your ventilation system and require you to call a home furnace repair specialist.
Most everyone is stuck inside the house due to COVID-19. However, did you know that air pollution can also occur indoors? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollution is linked to headaches, dizziness and fatigue. The World Health Organization calls tiis phenomena “sick building syndrome”.