2 Simple Cleaning Jobs That Can Keep Your Home’s Air Conditioner in Tiptop Shape

If you hate the idea of facing another air conditioner repair bill, you might want to think about how you maintain the system in order to reduce wear and tear on the motor, fan, and other parts of the air conditioner. Typically a few minutes of maintenance or cleaning can ensure that your home's air conditioner is always in tiptop shape, and that you're doing everything possible to lighten its load overall. Read More 

Causes of Cold and Hot Spots When an HVAC System Has Been Installed

You may be wondering why there are cold and hot spots in some sections of your house after you have installed an HVAC system. Read on and discover some of the common causes of what you are experiencing.  A Poorly Sized Unit An HVAC system that is too large for your home will cycle on and off quickly. That short run time means that the air within your home will not move over the evaporator coil several times so that it is sufficiently cooled or heated. Read More 

The Risks of an Oversized Commercial Air Conditioning System

One of the most challenging steps before the installation of a commercial air conditioning system is to determine the correct size of the unit that you should buy. Some owners of commercial buildings do not consult HVAC professionals before making a purchase, so they may end up with a unit that is too large for the requirements of that commercial building. This article discusses some of the risks that you are likely to face if you install an oversized AC system. Read More 

Establishing The Reputability Of An HVAC Service Contractor

The convenience associated with the use of residential air conditioning units is often invaluable. In order to enjoy this convenience, homeowners must ensure that residential air conditioning systems are installed correctly and regular maintenance of these systems is observed. That having been said, it is important that the installation of air condition units and subsequent maintenance-related activities are handled by a reputable HVAC service company. This article provides three qualities that homeowners should look for in a HVAC service specialist or company. Read More 

Options for Commercial Air Conditioning from HVAC contractors

Although most people are familiar with residential air conditioning systems, not many are abreast with what is available for commercial use. It should be noted that the designs as well as the components of commercial air conditioning systems vary quite a bit from their residential counterparts. This is because each system is designed for different applications, especially when it comes to the different requirements for commercial use. Buildings such as warehouses, factories, manufacturing plants and office blocks will each have their own air conditioning needs, which are not the same. Read More