Keep Your Condenser Fins Straight And Clean

Posted on: 16 July 2018

When you look at your air conditioner, are the exterior metal sheet smashed, bent, flattened, or dirty? Are they also starting to rust? The sheets are more than just the outer layer of your air conditioner unit; they are also connected to the vital condensing system. This article explains what these aluminum sheets are, why they are so important to your AC, and how they can be fixed. What Are Condenser Fins?
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How To Maintain Your Evaporator

Posted on: 29 May 2018

One of the most important tasks of your HVAC system is to remove moisture from the air that is circulated into your rooms. Conditioned air is really just air that has been cooled and the moisture removed from it. Dry air is cleaner, and it heats and cools rooms more efficient. So, even if your HVAC system is properly producing the right amounts of hot or cold air, it won't be as efficient as possible if the evaporator is not doing its part to remove moisture from the air.
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How To Diagnose Furnace Banging Noises

Posted on: 28 April 2018

Gas furnaces are prone to making some natural noises, such as knocking, which occurs when metal parts expand after the furnace starts. However, if you hear a louder banging or popping sound, and the noise gets more frequent, it could be a sign of a problem. Some problems may need professional service, and others you can fix yourself,  but you should investigate the cause immediately by following these troubleshooting tips.
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A Simple Way To Improve Your HVAC System

Posted on: 16 March 2018

Are you sick of paying huge monthly bills during the summer? Does it seem like you are always turning off your air conditioner, just to try to save money? Instead of constantly sacrificing comfort in your own home, you can probably reduce your utility bills by making your HVAC system more efficient. Many people think that the only solution is to use their air conditioner less, but there is a good chance that your air conditioner is simply less efficient than it used to be just because it is getting older.
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