June 19th, 2017
When you notice water where it shouldn’t be, anywhere in your home, your first instinct may be to call for plumbing system repairs—but the problem may actually be an air conditioner leak. AC systems can leak water, but not from any part of your plumbing system. Rather, it’s from condensation that has built up within the system and might, if drainage is not properly set up, find a way to spill over and into your home.
Depending on the location of your cooling system’s indoor unit, the results of a leak can be detrimental. So, what should you do if your air conditioner does spring a leak? Keep reading to learn more about this AC issue, and be sure to give us a call right away if you find yourself in need of Roswell, GA air conditioner repairs.
June 5th, 2017
This is one of the most common questions that professional HVAC technicians get, and the short answer is, “Hopefully, never!” You may be scratching your head, but let us explain.
It’s a common misconception amongst homeowners that refrigerant is something that depletes over time, much like fuel in a gas-powered appliance. This, however, is not the case with refrigerant. This important fluid continuously cycles through your air conditioner or heat pump, effectively transferring heat to bring you a comfortable indoor climate.
May 22nd, 2017
Given our weather, it almost seems silly to say that summer isn’t here yet. But, we still do have much warmer temperatures to contend with, and with that warmth comes higher humidity levels. You most likely have a reliable air conditioning system to handle the hot and muggy temps on their way, but if you are without a certain Woodstock, GA indoor air quality product, you are at a disadvantage.
We are talking about the whole-house dehumidifier. This important appliance, when professionally installed, will help to handle the excessively humid air in your home, making a big difference in your home comfort levels as well as the performance of your air conditioning system.
May 8th, 2017
With temperatures steadily warming up, this is the time of year that we remind our clients of the importance of yearly air conditioning maintenance. Your cooling system tune-up allows our professionals to fully inspect your system, clean it, and make any adjustments that may be necessary.
Your HVAC system is not the only contribution to your overall home comfort, however. Your indoor air quality is equally important—and we don’t just mean temperature. We’re talking about balancing your indoor humidity levels. As most Atlanta residents are well-aware, humidity levels can vary greatly throughout the year, and extremes on either end are not enjoyable by any means. Fortunately, we have solutions!
April 24th, 2017
Last week, we went over some steps on how you can start preparing your air conditioner for summer. With warmer weather already upon us, it’s important to tackle any air conditioning repair and service needs now. And if you haven’t already scheduled your professional Peachtree City, GA AC maintenance appointment, there’s no time like the present!
Remember, though, that only a professional HVAC technician should be trusted to handle the numerous tasks involved with maintenance, like inspecting your motors and electrical connections, and cleaning the coils and moving parts in your cooling system. Scheduling this service once a year—twice a year if you have a heat pump—is essential to making sure it lasts as long as it’s meant to.
April 10th, 2017
Springtime temperatures have remained fairly cool for the most part. Most of us have stopped using our heaters for the season, save maybe for a couple chillier nights. But you probably aren’t ready to start your air conditioner yet. That’s okay, so long as you don’t forget the importance of Roswell, GA air conditioning maintenance.
A professional AC tune-up allows our professionals to fully inspect and clean your cooling system, making any necessary adjustments and recommendations for repairs. Tackling this repairs pre-cooling season is essential to ensuring that your air conditioner will last all through spring and summer. Professional maintenance is not the only pre-season preparation you should make, however.
March 27th, 2017
Heat pumps are one of the most energy-efficient choices for both cooling and heating your home. We don’t use our heaters too much during the winter—particularly in comparison to other parts of the country. So in order to save money, it makes sense to have a year-round HVAC system.
But what if your heat pump won’t switch to cooling mode once you need it? Fortunately, you have our team to call for prompt Marietta, GA heat pump services. In the meantime though, keep reading for an explanation as to why this may be occurring.
March 13th, 2017
As spring quickly approaches, our temperatures are staying cool. Mid-late spring is arguably one of the most enjoyable parts of the year in the peach state as far as our weather is concerned. But soon enough, it will get hot and humid again.
When that familiar subtropical climate will grace us with its presence, you want the peace of mind that you are prepared as you can be with a functional air conditioning system. And if you discovered last year that yours is about ready to call it quits, then now is the perfect time to consider a Woodstock, GA AC system installation. But what will it cost you?
February 24th, 2017
When it comes to preparing your home and your family for spring, the first thing that likely comes to your mind is warmer weather. So, you should make sure that your air conditioning system is properly maintained and ready to function as efficiently and effectively as possible this cooling season.
But what about your Canton, GA indoor air quality?
February 13th, 2017
One of the most common reasons that a heater may not heat the space its intended for as well as it should from the get-go is due to improper sizing upon installation. If you inherited your current Peachtree City, GA heating system with your home and notice this problem, then chances are you need to upgrade your system to one that is appropriately sized and fitted for your specific home and needs.
Of course, this is not the only reason your heater may be working inefficiently. There are a number of factors to take into consideration when determining the efficiency of any of your home comfort appliances, and there are a few reasons that your heater might not be heating your home evenly. We’ve covered this below, and offered some suggestions on just how to achieve the even heating that you and your family deserve all winter long.