Thursday, September 7, 2017

Refrigerant Leaks Demand Immediate Attention

Air conditioners prove essential to enjoying comfortable and clean indoor air at home and workplaces. Sometimes, due to natural deterioration, or sudden internal as well as external problems, your air conditioner stops working or no longer performs at an optimal level.

One of the most common AC problems is low or leaking refrigerant. This problem should be checked immediately by trained technicians because it can lead to catastrophic effects in your home.

Causes of Leaks or Low Coolant Levels

Low coolant levels may be due to improper installation in the first place or a leak. Your unit must contain the right refrigerant level to properly function. If it's not correctly filled initially, it can ultimately cause cooling problems.  Read more on this blog: http://bit.ly/2xYBwfP

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Air Conditioning Repair Services Should Respond to Three Common Problems

You need your air conditioner in tip-top condition to attain proper cooling of your home, the elimination of excess moisture that can hamper the flow of clean air, and the filtering of dust and dirt particles in the air. Because you use your air conditioner daily, however, it ultimately develops problems requiring an immediate fix to avoid further deterioration of your appliance as well as a decline in the quality of indoor air.

Following are three common problems that air conditioning repair services should be able to resolve quickly and completely.

Refrigerant Leakage

If your unit isn't cooling the way it used to, the refrigerant may be low or leaking. A leaking refrigerant should be fixed as soon as possible. Not only can it harm the environment, but it can endanger your health as well. Freon is usually used in air conditioners and is composed of chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs. Like other refrigerants, freon is toxic and may induce poisoning, if not death, in some cases.  Read more on this blog: http://bit.ly/2x6QcNw

Monday, August 21, 2017

How a Pro Air Conditioning Service Improves Indoor Air Quality

The home is a safe place, or so people would love to think, especially in terms of air quality. All this time people are being especially careful to avoid outdoor pollutants, such as dust, pollens, or vehicle exhaust gases. Unfortunately, sometimes the air inside your house can be more polluted than the air outside.

Poor indoor air quality can carry health consequences, such as a headache, fatigue, cold, and throat infection. If this situation is not handled, a person can even develop asthma due to repeated exposure. Aside from health problems, the warning signs of less than acceptable indoor air quality include mold growth, unpleasant smells, and a humid living space.
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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Try These Easy Maintenance Tips to Avoid Expensive Air Conditioning Repair

If properly maintained, AC units can work efficiently and provide cool air. If this integral component is neglected, however, you leave your unit susceptible to breaking down. Worst of all, you and your family won’t be able to stay cool. Prevent this from happening by performing the following maintenance steps.

Keep the Outside Unit Clean

Your AC unit exists in two places: indoors and outdoors. Since the outside component is exposed to the elements, you must check it as often as you can. Regular cleaning often prevents dirt, woody debris and other obstructions from building up to help your unit work as efficiently as possible.
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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Friday, August 4, 2017

Common Air Conditioning Repair Problems and How They Should be Addressed

Your AC unit was designed for a simple purpose: to keep you cool during the day. However, it’s a complex machine. A number of issues can go wrong at any time, especially if your unit is older or is not properly maintained. Here are several common issues you might experience as a homeowner and ways to solve them as effectively as possible.

Outside Fan Not Working

Overheating is a serious issue that may occur if the outside fan doesn’t work. This part is designed to help the condenser coil release heat, but it may stop working for a number of reasons. Your capacitor, the part that provides energy to the fans, may go out. This part will need to be replaced by a professional that deals with air conditioning repair. Read more on this blog: http://bit.ly/2wovLrO

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Knowing These Problems Can Help You Avoid Costly Air Conditioning Repair

Hot days during the year can take their toll on heat-sensitive individuals. Fortunately, AC units can come to the rescue and bring in cool air whenever needed. Make sure to stay on top of your AC maintenance and avoid these common mistakes, so you can beat the heat and stay comfortable without breaking the bank.

Wrong Positioning

It may seem like AC units work wherever they are placed. The truth is, they have to be placed in a certain location in order to work properly and efficiently. Your best option is to place the unit under a shaded area where there is minimal sunlight. Then, you can prevent the unit from breaking down prematurely because of excessive exposure from the sun’s heat. Read more on this blog: http://bit.ly/2venecD