When winter is near, there is maintenance to be done to your heating and cooling system. You will need to prepare your AC for the months when it will not be needed and have your furnace serviced. If you want your home to be comfortable all year, then fall maintenance is important for your HVAC system. Here are a few tips to help get your HVAC system ready for winter:
9 November 2017
If you ever need to improve and repair your air conditioning system, there are a few important strategies that you can follow. The more you know about caring for your AC, the easier it'll be for you to keep your home cool and comfortable over the years. To do this, start out by factoring in the tips below and consulting with an air conditioning repair professional that can assist you further:
4 October 2017
Are you glad that summer is drawing to a close? Does the heat of summer always leave you running for an air conditioned room? Air conditioning is a wonderful modern invention. With a flick of a switch, a building or a vehicle can turn from an almost literal oven into something a lot more comfortable. But in order to make sure that everything will work for you next summer, there are things that need to be done as you prepare to use your air conditioner for the last time this summer.
14 September 2017
HVAC maintenance can be a little intimidating. Understandably, some homeowners are worried about working on the electric and gas powered appliances like the furnace and condenser. Of course, many jobs should only be handled by licensed and insured professionals. However, there are a few simple things that homeowners can do, even if they have no HVAC experience. This article explains one of the simplest ways to improve the functionality of your condenser unit:
2 September 2017
If you live in an area that requires an air conditioner to be comfortable, you probably have the unit serviced at least once a year. If you are lucky, during this service visit the technician may inform you that something is wrong or it looks as if something will be wrong in the near future. However, break downs and problems often happen when they would make things very hot in your house.
10 August 2017
If you want to keep your cooling costs down, you need to choose the most efficient AC unit you can find. Instead of trying to understand the language used when describing how AC units are rated, it is often much easier to look at the type of equipment used when designing an efficient AC unit. Even if you don't have extensive training in thermodynamics, there are a few components that you can learn to look for.
1 August 2017
For most areas in the United States, your air conditioning will mainly be used during the summer months. While this may spill over into spring and fall, it generally won't cover these entire seasons. Because it is crucial to have air conditioning during the summer months, it is an excellent idea to call an AC service, such as Dick Kearsley Service Center, in the spring. This article will discuss 3 reasons why this can be so beneficial.
19 July 2017
Being without air conditioning during the summer can be a harsh experience for just about anyone, especially with temperatures set to climb even higher in the coming weeks. While sudden breakdowns are not uncommon, most times you can tell when your air conditioner is in danger of breaking down before a breakdown actually happens. By watching out for the signs mentioned below, you can have your air conditioner promptly serviced and head off any impending breakdowns that could occur otherwise.
10 July 2017
If you own a home that doesn't already have central air, you may be on the fence about whether or not to take the plunge and have central AC installed. For most homeowners, adding central air conditioning significantly improves their family's quality of life and year-round comfort while also boosting home value, making it a worthwhile investment. Here are three compelling reasons to add central air conditioning to your home: Adding Central AC Makes Your Home More Valuable
16 June 2017
Although it is easy to assume that when your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system develops an issue, the symptoms will be obvious and hard to miss, the truth is that those indicators can be quite subtle. Unfortunately, those indicators can often be so subtle that if you are unsure what to look for, you might miss them...which can then lead to more expensive and extensive problems. Therefore, it is a good idea to be aware of the following information so that when an issue develops, you know what to look for and can respond accordingly.
7 June 2017