Exploring HVAC Services
High-efficiency gas furnaces combine power and reliability with very low running costs, so it’s no wonder that so many households rely on them for their heating needs. However, while high-efficiency gas furnaces have many advantages over less sophisticated heating systems, there is a price to pay.
Like conventional gas furnaces and oil furnaces, high-efficiency gas furnaces are fitted with condensate lines. These pipes direct liquid condensation created during the combustion process to your drains. Read More»
It’s important for homeowners to ensure that their heating units are working properly to keep their homes warm and comfortable. However, there are common issues that can arise with heating units that may cause them to malfunction.
Dirty Air Filter
One of the most common issues homeowners face with their heating units is a dirty air filter. A dirty air filter can cause the unit to work harder and less efficiently, leading to increased energy bills and decreased heating performance. Read More»
If a storm drops large hail or a tree limb on top of your AC condenser, it might put a dent in the grille cover on top of the unit. This could be more than a cosmetic problem since the fan motor and fan blades are right under the grille.
A dented or broken grille could cause the fan to wobble or scrape against the grille or side of the condenser. Read More»
During the hot season, an air conditioning unit becomes a home and office essential to cool the air and make the environment more bearable. But what happens if your AC is faulty and doesn’t serve you as it should?
The best resolution is to call an air conditioning repair professional to assess and fix your machine. Depending on the severity of the damage to your unit, you might have to replace some parts or buy a new unit. Read More»
When you purchase a new air conditioner, your installer will perform a calculation known as a “Manual J” to estimate the cooling load for your home. This calculation helps your installer determine the tonnage required for your new system, ensuring reliable cooling that doesn’t waste energy or overstress your equipment.
In most cases, installing an air conditioner that’s as perfectly sized for your home as possible is crucial. A system that’s too small will struggle to keep up with the cooling load, while one that’s too large will often short cycle and create uncomfortable temperature swings. Read More»