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Identifying Air Conditioning Problems

Last summer, after carefully planning a family reunion for months, the worst thing in the world happened. My air conditioner died right in the middle of the night--when we had our entire family staying at our house. People were uncomfortable and grumpy because of the heat, and it was really embarrassing. Fortunately, we were able to get an HVAC contractor out to help us, and they did an awesome job fixing things fast. To prevent problems in the future, I decided that it would be smart to learn how to identify air conditioning problems. My website is all about finding the things that are wrong with your HVAC system and preventing issues.

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Telltale Signs That Your Air Compressor Is Failing
3 March 2020

An air conditioning compressor is responsible for

How To Prepare Your Air Conditioner For The Summer
28 January 2020

When the weather begins warming up, you'll have a

Need a Reason to Replace Your A/C? Consider the Phaseout of R-22
9 December 2019

Wintertime A/C replacement has its advantages—the

What To Do If One Room In Your Home Doesn't Heat Up Properly In The Winter
25 September 2019

It is important to make sure that all of the rooms

Don't Want A Central AC? Consider Your Other Options
25 September 2019

Keeping cool when the weather is hot is one of tho

Telltale Signs That Your Air Compressor Is Failing

An air conditioning compressor is responsible for elevating the pressure and temperature of the refrigerant to transform it into a high-pressured gas that can be used to help facilitate the unit's cooling process. As a vital part of the early stages of the cooling cycle, when a compressor doesn't function correctly — the air conditioning unit will also not operate correctly.  Hot Air If your air conditioning is blowing out warm air, it's never a good thing. Read More 

How To Prepare Your Air Conditioner For The Summer

When the weather begins warming up, you'll have a lot to do around the house and your property to make sure you are ready for those hotter days that are quickly approaching. It's easy to forget something important when you already have so much to do. Here is a list of some of the things you want to be sure you do when it comes to your home and its HVAC system. Read More 

Need a Reason to Replace Your A/C? Consider the Phaseout of R-22

Wintertime A/C replacement has its advantages—the process is usually less expensive and easier to arrange during this time of year. Come January 1, 2020, however, you'll have another reason to ditch your current A/C system. That's when the ban on R-22 refrigerant production goes into effect, making it harder and more expensive to have older A/C systems serviced. If you have an older A/C system that still uses R-22 refrigerant, now is the time to consider your options. Read More 

What To Do If One Room In Your Home Doesn’t Heat Up Properly In The Winter

It is important to make sure that all of the rooms in your home are able to be properly heated during the winter. Therefore, if you have found that there is a room or two in your home that is simply a lot colder than the rest of the house, you are going to need to find out why. Once you know the cause of the extreme difference in temperature, you can have the right contractor fix it. Read More 

Don’t Want A Central AC? Consider Your Other Options

Keeping cool when the weather is hot is one of those modern luxuries just about everyone has grown to expect as the norm. If you have a home that does not have its own cooling system, you can feel a little like you have been left behind in days long gone. Yet, having a central cooling system installed can be quite an expensive change to make to your home. Thankfully, buying a cooling system for your home does not have to mean spending money you may not necessarily have to spend. Read More