Having pets at home means frequently running your vacuum cleaner to clean up fur and dander. However, you also need to be mindful of your HVAC system when you have furry friends.
An undersized or oversized air conditioning system can cause a lot of problems. For instance, an air conditioner that’s too small will consume too much energy while still failing to cool the home properly. An oversized air conditioning system, on the other hand, will constantly short cycle. Electric bills also tend to be high in both cases. In today’s article, Cooper Brothers, Inc., the leading expert in air conditioner and home furnace repair in our area, provides some tips to help you choose the right size of air conditioner.
Before buying or repairing an HVAC unit, it is important to know what it consists of. HVAC offers three functionalities (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) that are combined together to form a single system. The system has been developed to adjust to the modern construction requirements for business establishments and homes. HVAC units have evolved with time and have been able to adapt to the changing needs. The most general problem that was linked to traditional systems was the cost. However, more and more homes and establishments are enjoying these units today because they are cost-effective and energy efficient…. Continue Reading
While looking for a place to stay, one of the things that you need to carefully check is the type of home heating and cooling system that comes with the house or apartment. If there are any HVAC systems already installed, check their working condition and decide if you want to continue using it. Not all residences are designed to accommodate all types of heating and cooling systems…. Continue Reading
If you are contemplating on buying a room heater for the coming winter, you should check out portable or small space heaters. Portable or space heaters come in two types – vented and non vented or vent-free units. Vented room heaters are recommended for residential indoor heating. These systems need to be placed near the outside wall of your room to enable easy access to the flue gas vent which is usually installed in the ceiling or on the outside wall. … Continue Reading