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.
Commercial HVAC systems always need to be in top condition. Otherwise, work and business will likely be disrupted, leading to potential loss of resources and profits. That’s why, as a general rule of thumb, you should keep your building’s HVAC system well-maintained in order to avoid interruptions and costly repairs.… Continue Reading
During the winter and summer months, our HVAC units work overtime to ensure that we’re comfortable throughout the season while bringing in fresh, clean air to breathe. However, if you find that your HVAC unit shuts off intermittently, then your unit is “short cycling”. This isn’t an issue that you should try to DIY, so you should leave it to your HVAC and home furnace repair professional, as they have the skills and tools to pull off the job correctly.… Continue Reading
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.
Your heater and air conditioner draw in outdoor air that can contain dirt, dust, pollen, mold and other harmful particles. When regularly replaced, the air filters are usually able to catch these contaminants. If you don’t change filters at least once every three months, though, the inside of your HVAC system will become dirty.