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How to Minimize Strain on Your AC

In summer, you expect your AC to serve its purpose, but sometimes the scorching summer heat may cause it to work harder than it should, which may prompt regular repairs or, worse, premature breakdown. So, before we get to summer, take this time to prepare your AC for the summer heat by doing the following: Hire a professional to carry out diagnostic performance analysis on your unit Like all other mechanical units, AC inspection and maintenance are a must to keep it functioning optimally. If there are some potential issues, now is the right time to address all those issues. [...]

2021-11-24T17:56:47+00:00

5 Obvious Signs Your Residential HVAC System Needs Servicing

Although HVAC systems are often built for durability, everything mechanical needs seasonal repair and maintenance to operate optimally. One of the main reasons HVAC units’ breakdown is due to poor or lack of maintenance. That’s the first sign you need to know. This simply means a malfunctioning unit doesn’t necessarily have to be a big deal, sometimes it takes only a little cleaning, and you’re back in business. So, don’t wait for these minor issues to spiral out of control. Keep an eye for these apparent signs to know when your unit is crying for help: Low performance: when your [...]

2021-11-09T20:38:01+00:00

Pre-Season Inspection: Don’t Let Your Energy Bills Skyrocket

The weather is getting colder, and like everyone else, you want to keep your home warm and cozy. But that doesn’t mean you have to incur high unreasonable energy bills at the end of the season. The rise in energy bills signifies a problem with your HVAC unit. So, before you turn up your heating system, start by scheduling a pre-season inspection. Why schedule a pre-season inspection? Your HVAC system is your best friend both during winter and in the summer. If you take care of it . We are simply saying, carry out all seasonal repair and maintenance for [...]

2021-10-25T12:26:56+00:00

Top 5 Most Reported Residential HVAC Problems

The heating and cooling system is among the most critical aspects of your home. A problem with your air conditioner unit in the hot summer season can quickly turn your home into an uncomfortable place in a matter of seconds. Some HVAC problems can be avoided by simply carrying out regular HVAC maintenance or scheduling a routine HVAC inspection and maintenance. However, when neglected, a minor HVAC issue can quickly escalate into a much bigger problem. Here are the most reported HVAC problems Filthy filters Having filthy filters is one major problem that compromises your home’s air quality. This problem [...]

2021-10-13T07:38:33+00:00

Why Does the Size of Your Air Conditioner Matter?   

When it comes to an AC installation, so many considerations come to play. One of the essential factors in choosing a suitable AC is size. If you rush and choose the wrong size AC, you’re likely to face so many future problems and may also have a shorter lifespan. The problem of an undersized AC As you’ve probably guessed, under-sizing means the air conditioner won’t meet your cooling needs, and it will likely undergo a lot of stress by working harder to keep up with your cooling needs. As a result, you’re looking at: Hiking energy bills And a shorter [...]

2021-10-07T10:32:32+00:00

Answering Your Questions on Geothermal HVAC

In this technological era, everyone is on the lookout for better ways to make life easier. This is true in so many sectors, for example, with the increasing popularity of electric vehicles and their charging stations. Wait! a more interesting one is the geothermal HVAC systems. For a long time now, geothermal systems have been used in the U.S and worldwide. Unlike other systems, they work with nature, not against it. It's a sustainable solution since it doesn't emit greenhouse gases, and more importantly, it's an effective way of cutting down on energy bills. For a chance to save on [...]

2021-09-30T17:49:49+00:00

How to Prepare Your AC for Summer

The fear of facing the summer heat will make you spare those few moments and make sure your AC is in tip-top shape. So, we are here with all the tips you need for your AC inspection and maintenance before the brutality of summer catches up with you. Clean your filters Dust should not hang around your AC for long. Dirty filters limit the airflow, making your AC work twice as hard as it should to cool your home. So, make sure to clean your filters regularly to keep your AC at its best. For better efficiency, replace your filters [...]

2021-09-22T09:02:35+00:00

Mistakes You’re Making with Your AC 

When summer is almost approaching, it’s natural to focus on AC inspection and maintenance or making the necessary air conditioner repair. While these initiatives are essential to enable your AC to serve you well during summer, there are some mistakes you may be doing that are undercutting your AC’s efficiency and effectiveness. You may also be risking your safety when making these mistakes. Some of these mistakes may be due to a lack of knowledge, and that’s why we are here. Failure to change or clean your air filters You ought to change your filters at least every three months [...]

2021-09-13T10:49:56+00:00

Why Is HVAC Maintenance So Important?

Regardless of the scorching summer heat or the freezing winter weather, one thing is clear; your HVAC system needs to be in perfect shape for you to achieve ultimate comfort all year long. With periodic tune-ups and regular HVAC maintenance, your system will be performing efficiently. In addition, you’ll be breathing cleaner air, getting better comfort while also saving money on expensive repairs and reducing energy bills. If you care so much about the green footprint, keeping a well-maintained HVAC system consumes less fuel which is good for the planet – it’s a win-win. So why not make it a [...]

2021-09-01T10:20:42+00:00

Are Residential and Industrial HVAC Systems Different?

Wondering if a residential HVAC system can service an industrial facility? Simple answer, no. All HVAC units operate the same way; industrial or residential. However, the difference comes in the sizes. Industrial units are bigger, and they tend to utilize more complex elements such as: Industrial Chillers These come in two types; air-cooled chillers and water-cooled chillers. Air-cooled chillers can absorb heat from the surroundings through processed water and then release the heat into the place containing the chillers. Water-cooled chillers do the same task of absorbing heat from the surroundings, but the absorbed heat is released into a water [...]

2021-08-19T13:01:47+00:00