Living in Florida, we’re no strangers to hurricane season. From June 1st through November 30th, we pay extra attention to the weather reports. But we shouldn’t wait until the eleventh hour to get ready. It’s crucial to prepare for hurricane season before the storm watches, because once we’re in the thick of things, stores and […]Read More
What is Air Conditioner Short Cycling? Short cycling occurs when an air conditioner stops cooling prematurely only to start up again after a short period of time and shut off again without reaching the desired temperature. This puts an unnecessary and more frequent strain on your air conditioner, which leads to you having a higher […]Read More
Preventative maintenance and seasonal tune-ups are the keys to an effective and efficient air conditioning system. But, what are the differences between these two necessary AC services? Allow the HVAC experts at Colman Heating & Air explain. What Happens During a Preventative HVAC Maintenance Appointment? Regular, preventative air conditioner maintenance is essential to comfortable, clean […]Read More
Let’s face it: energy costs have risen over recent years — and unless you are generating your own energy, chances are these costs will only continue to grow. But what can we do about it? To put it simply, using less energy is possible by making small efforts starting in your home. Considering the United States […]Read More
While it’s a simple problem to fix, a clogged condensate drain pipe can lead to a variety of serious problems if not taken care of properly. When the water that collects in your drain pan cannot flow outside your home through the drain pipe, it can compromise the overall efficiency of your AC and may […]Read More
Out of sight, out of mind? Not when it comes to cleaning your AC’s coils. With warmer months upon us, your air conditioner is about to get a lot more use in the coming months. To make sure it works properly and you stay cool all summer long, read below on how to clean your […]Read More
Air conditioners freeze when they’re overused. When refrigerant temperatures inside your air conditioner fall below 32 degrees then the humidity on the evaporator coils freezes. These coils become covered in ice which means the air conditioner can’t cool your home efficiently. How Can I Check if My AC Coils are Frozen Inside? Obviously your first […]Read More
It’s no surprise that your air conditioning system runs on electricity to cool and heat your home — so there is always a possibility that AC-related electrical issues may occur. While electrical issues can occur at any time, thanks to decorative lights and an influx of visitors, your home’s electrical system can be put to […]Read More
Many of us think we know how our air conditioners work but the reality is we don’t. While we think we may be lowering our energy bills we may actually be raising them! Learn about these few air conditioning myths and what you should be doing instead: Myth 1. It’s cheaper to keep your air […]Read More
If you find that your air filter is wet, the cause needs to be determined quickly. The job of an air filter is to remove impurities from the air. When the filter is wet, the system does not function efficiently and reduces your indoor air quality. What Causes a Wet AC Filter? Water forms in […]Read More
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