AC refrigerant changes from liquid to gas to absorb and release heat. Through this process, the warmth from inside your house is removed and your living space is cooled down. However, certain things may not fall into place as they should if your unit is undercharged, which might prompt you to call for an air conditioner repair. Here we explain more about undercharged ACs.
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
Inconsistent temperatures in your home could mean your HVAC system’s efficiency is in decline. A thorough check from your air conditioning repair technician, however, may reveal that the issue is due to unbalanced system airflow. Fortunately, there’s a solution for this problem—air balancing…. Continue Reading
Radiant heaters have electric elements that are usually installed in floors, ceilings, and walls. These systems warm indoors just as the sun does. There are no blowers attached to circulate the heat. Some houses have these systems as the prime source of heat, while some use radiant heaters as a supplemental source of heat…. Continue Reading
A hydronic heater typically has a boiler placed outside the building to heat water to a temperature that is thermostatically controlled. The boiling water is them pumped to convectors or panel radiators that are placed indoors. The heat from the boiling water flows directly into the room, spreading warmth all over. To boil the water people use natural gas, LPG, solid fuel or just electricity. If you choose a gas-fired system, a low water content boiler is recommended. For the panels, pressed steel panels are most efficient as they respond faster than cast-iron panels…. Continue Reading