Understanding HVAC Services

Can Pests Cause a Problem for Your HVAC System?

Pests can sometimes get into your home's HVAC system. When they do, several issues can occur, including a decrease in the air quality. If you suspect that you have a pest problem in your HVAC system, here is what you need to know. Why Are There Pests in Your HVAC System? Pest infestations in the HVAC system are usually the result of poor maintenance. During a maintenance check, an HVAC technician will thoroughly inspect and clean the system.   Read More...

Upgrading Your Cental Air System? Find Out How Powerful Of A Unit You Really Need

If your current central air conditioner is breaking down constantly or not blowing enough cool air to keep you comfortable in the warmer months, it's time to look into purchasing a replacement. An air conditioner is a major expense, so it's important to do ample research on the options available to you. The first choice you have to make is the most important: you have to determine how powerful of an air conditioning unit your home requires.   Read More...

2 Frequently Encountered Electronic Air Cleaner Problems

Those who want to ensure the cleanest possible air inside of their home often choose to add an electronic air cleaner to their HVAC system. Such air cleaners utilize electrically charged plates to capture irritants such as pet dander, dust, and pollen, thus keeping it from entering your home's air supply. Of course, over time, such cleaners have a tendency to develop certain problems all their own. To keep your air quality as high as possible, it is necessary that you recognize and attend to such issues as quickly as you can.   Read More...

What Does The R22 Phase-Out Mean For Homeowners With Older Air Conditioners?

If you've ever read the label on your air conditioner or done any research into its operation, you may have heard of R22. This is the coolant that was used in air conditioners for many years. If you bought your air conditioner in the 1990s or early 2000s, there's a good chance it runs R22. Unfortunately, this refrigerant is now being phased out in favor of R-401A, a newer refrigerant that's better for the planet.   Read More...

How Can AC Fin Cleaning Help With Cooling Efficiency

If you have recently had a central AC system installed in your home, then you may be concerned about the electrical costs of utilizing the new system. The good news is that technologies are constantly advancing to make sure the heating and air conditioning systems are as efficient as possible. While this is true, you still need to do your part to make sure the system runs like it should. Cleaning the fins properly is one way to do this.   Read More...