One of the reasons it's important to have an AC service call in the spring is so the equipment can be cleaned. Dirty refrigerant coils or a dirty blower can cause your AC to break down, and then you'll need to call an AC repair contractor. It's important for the refrigerant coils in your air conditioner to stay clean, and a technician has to clean them since dirt and grime build up on the coils over time. [Read More]
4 Factors To Consider During HVAC System Installation
When it comes to installing a new HVAC system, there are a lot of factors to consider. The most important decision you'll make is what type of system to buy, but there are other considerations as well. Here are four factors to keep in mind when making your decision: Size of the House or Building The size of the house or building is an important factor to consider when choosing an HVAC system. [Read More]
3 Options For Improving Your Home's Indoor Air Quality
If you have a central air conditioning system or a forced-air heating system, your HVAC equipment plays a substantial role in your home's indoor air quality. With a well-sealed and insulated home, your HVAC system is arguably the most critical element in your overall air quality. Many air quality issues, such as mold or unusual smells, come down to poor HVAC maintenance or equipment. Fortunately, you have plenty of options for keeping your home's air fresh and clean. [Read More]
Why Is Your Walk-In Refrigeration Unit Triggering Its Low-Pressure Control?
The low-pressure control switch is critical for many commercial refrigeration systems, including walk-in coolers and freezers. This switch usually contains two separate settings adjustable by an HVAC technician. The first setting determines the system pressure that allows the compressor to cut in, and the other setting determines when the system should shut down for a low-pressure condition. An undercharged system can result in compressor damage just as easily as an overcharged system, so it's essential for the low-pressure cut-off to function correctly and accurately. [Read More]