It’s the middle of summer and you’re sitting comfortably in your home with the air conditioner running. What could possibly go wrong? Well, the air conditioning unit not doing its job at all. Why Your Room Stays the Same Temperature with AC Running If you have come to the conclusion that your AC is running […]Read More
Nothing is worse than coming home from a long day to find out that your AC isn’t working. Aside from making your home uncomfortable, leaks from your unit can cause damage to your home. What’s causing the leaks, and how can you prevent them in the first place? If you’re using a mini-split air conditioning […]Read More
There’s nothing worse than a broken AC unit and being hot and sweaty inside your own home. Plus, on top of all that humidity, you now have to identify the problem and figure out the next steps. 5 Reasons Why Your AC Fan Is Not Spinning If after checking your AC unit you find out […]Read More
In today’s day and age, most people use air conditioners to stay comfortable in their home. We all love the benefits it comes with, such as improving the quality of air, reducing allergies, and even preventing dehydration and heat strokes. However, the journey air goes through to cool your home can encounter several problems along […]Read More
If your air conditioning system is running as it should, then you can expect it to run in cycles that last between 15 and 20 minutes. But if your system is running in cycles lasting an hour or even all day, it’s likely that there is an underlying issue. Here, we detail why your AC keeps […]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
Here in Florida, we love our AC. Most Floridians would agree that every Florida home needs an AC unit. Have you ever tried to sleep with no air conditioning in the middle of August? Has mold ever taken over your home? When the AC stops working for any reason, major discomfort and mayhem will ensue. […]Read More
The condensate pump is the part of your HVAC system that is responsible for pumping the condensate (water) that is produced from refrigeration and heating. Your air conditioner works by absorbing the warmth and humidity from your home. Then, it separates the moisture, causing water droplets to drip into a drip pan. As water levels […]Read More
Can a thermostat go bad? In short, yes – but, good news, you can expect your home thermostat to last about a decade. Thermostats don’t have a set lifespan, but the average thermostat should last around 10 years. After your thermostat has celebrated its tenth birthday, it might start to malfunction thanks to a decade […]Read More
One of the key components of air conditioning is refrigerant. Refrigerant (often referred to as Freon) is a necessary component of all air conditioning systems. When something goes awry and causes the refrigerant to leak, it can mean less cooling power, higher electricity bills, and an overall less comfortable home. And who wants that? Not […]Read More
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