Did you know that every time the compressor in your heating and cooling air conditioner starts, it needs to pull in power for the start up? This is the reason why sometimes you see your circuit breakers tripping or the lights of your home dimming. If you have come across such a problem, especially with your old units, it is time you engage a qualified technician to do assess your unit.
Usually, such a problem can be addressed with the installation of a compressor saver or a hard-start kit. The compressor saver delivers an electrical boost every time you start up your unit. This lowers the amperage needed for the start up and results in less wear during the start up. The air conditioning and heating hvac unit starts faster, consumes less electricity as reduced amperage is required from the compressor and hence energy savings. All this also translates into prolonging the life of the compressor, reducing your expenses, which is savings for you!
According to several HVAC technicians who are familiar with this device, there are air condition hvacs that have in-built compressor savers within them. Some manufacturers make units with compressor savers installed in the system at the factory. The best person to guide you in this regard is a good HVAC technician.
72 Degrees Cooper Brothers is a Santa Clara-based air conditioning and heating contractor catering to residential complexes in and around the County. In addition to heating air conditioning repair, the company also undertakes maintenance, indoor air quality analysis, duct designing, repair and replacement for all types of residential central air conditioning units. Trained technicians take your calls and deliver prompt service by turning up on time. Get your hvac examined today. Visit their official website: https://www.72degreescb.com or call them at (408) 649-2008.