There's more than meets the eye when it comes to diagnosing potential problems with your air conditioner. Your ears are also a great tool for identifying issues that could degrade your air conditioner's performance or even sideline your unit altogether. By listening closely to your A/C system, you can avoid stressful breakdowns and invest in preemptive maintenance before the worst happens to it. So, what exactly should you be keeping an ear out for?
4 March 2019
An instrumental home appliance is your furnace, which brings heat inside and keeps everyone comfortable during the winter months. If there are issues with your furnace, it's important to get help from a heating repair company. They offer the following services that will come in handy at some point. Thermostat Inspection There will be times when your furnace works perfectly, but the thermostat corresponding to it is suffering some type of issue.
21 January 2019
When you really think about it, a central air conditioning system is a diverse bunch of operational components working together for the common purpose of keeping your home cool. Every last component has a job to do, right down to the filter that you put inside of the unit to capture dust. If something happens and your filter needs to be changed or gets damaged, you may be tempted to just leave the thing out until you can get a new one.
10 December 2018
You spend a great deal of time in your bedroom. So, the room should be comfortable. Issues with the air quality in your home can affect your comfort, and if you or your partner have allergies, air quality issues can make your time spent in the bedroom miserable. Learn what you can do to keep your bedroom more comfortable. 1. Clean the Air Ducts Ductwork is a critical part of your HVAC system.
8 November 2018
In business, even when you do have a slow period, you have to make the most of your time. Keep this same concept in mind when it comes to your air conditioning unit. As the temperatures drop, use this period as a time to service your air conditioning unit so that it's all ready once the warm temperatures roll around again. Replace the Filter If your commercial air conditioning system uses filters, it's vital that you replace the filter as necessary.
4 October 2018
As the summer heat gives way to cooler fall temperatures, now is the time to prepare your home's plumbing for the seasons ahead. As the weather gets colder, your plumbing becomes more vulnerable to damage caused by freezing temperatures. Take a moment and read about how you can prevent fall and wintertime plumbing damage with the following tips. Drain and Put Away Those Hoses After putting your gardening hoses to good use throughout the summer, it's time to put them up for the upcoming fall and winter.
3 September 2018
Older homes tend to have a lot of charm and history, but some older homes also have the original electrical system or an electrical system that has not been updated in a long time. If your home is more than a few decades old, it is important to look out for signs that the electrical system is faulty and needs to be rewired. Having your home's electrical system rewired by electricians can prevent an electrical fire and protect your appliances.
31 July 2018
Maintenance on your HVAC system is important throughout the entire year. This doesn't mean that you should only pay attention to the air conditioner portion during the summer and the heater portion during the winter. In fact, the whole system needs to be properly maintained if you expect it to run efficiently all year. So, make sure that you are paying special attention to your heater this summer, and here's why.
24 June 2018
If you live in a multi-story home and have problems with uneven air conditioning flow that leaves some areas of the house too cold while others are too hot, then follow these tips to troubleshoot and eliminate the problem. Tip: Check Each of Your Vents for Airflow When the System Is Running Before you troubleshoot further and look for more serious air conditioning system problems, first, take the time to walk around your entire house and check the airflow from each and every vent.
19 May 2018
Your residential AC unit is a critical component of your home, especially when temperatures start increasing outside. To keep this unit working at an optimal rate and ensure your home is cool and comfortable, you need to take the following maintenance steps. Inspect the Condensing Unit's Wiring and Components Just because you're not an HVAC technician, doesn't mean you can't visually inspect your unit for damage. Even without much experience, you can assess the condition of the condensing unit's wiring and components.
5 April 2018