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3 Ways to Know an AC Technician Should Repair Your Air Conditioning System

You won't enjoy spending more time in your house during the hot season or summer if you don't have an air conditioning system. The sun can sometimes get extremely hot, making the indoor environment quite uncomfortable for you and your family. Usually, people who don't check their air conditioners often and invest in timely repairs experience a lot of problems during summer. Indeed, most air conditioning systems are designed to last, but their functionality could sometimes be compromised.   Read More...

What Is The Best Location For Your Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit?

Did you know that the location of your air conditioning system matters? Proper placement of air conditioners is essential to maximize their performance, efficiency, and durability. That said, there is no single best location for all air conditioners. Every air conditioner has unique placement requirements that should be adhered to during the installation process.  If you aim to install an outdoor air conditioning unit in your home, consider the following factors as you decide on the best location for its installation.   Read More...

Why Is The Coefficient Of Performance A Critical Consideration For Heat Pumps?

If you're looking at installing new HVAC systems, you might find your head spinning as you deal with an onslaught of terminology and acronyms. Do you know your SEERs from your AFUEs? If not, then adding another piece of jargon to the mix might not sound like much fun. Fortunately, coefficient of performance (COP) isn't hard to understand, and it's critical when choosing a heat pump. Unlike other heating systems, heat pumps don't work by converting stored energy into heat.   Read More...

Mistakes That Increase Your Chances Of An AC System Failure

Despite the fact that an air conditioning system is an appliance that you are likely to use on a regular basis, you may not be aware of some of the common mistakes that you could be making that will substantially increase the risk of the AC unit suffering a mechanical malfunction that could prevent it from cooling the home's interior. Letting The Exterior Unit's Vents Become Obstructed The exterior vents on the AC unit are a part of the system that will need to be protected against obstruction.   Read More...

3 Reasons To Replace A Poorly-Sized AC System

You probably don't spend much time thinking about your air conditioning system in the depths of winter, but its importance is hard to deny when the summer temperatures start to soar. Like all HVAC equipment, air conditioners rely on correct sizing to operate efficiently and effectively. A poorly-sized unit can lead to numerous problems. Unfortunately, many homes may include incorrectly-sized AC systems, either due to poor construction or uninformed previous owners.   Read More...