3 Options In Air Conditioning Systems For A Vacation Cabin Or Lake House

18 June 2020
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When you're building or renovating a vacation cabin or lake house, you may wonder about the type of air conditioning system to have installed. A breeze from the lake may keep the house comfortable during spring and fall, so your main concern may be keeping cool during the hot days of summer. The three choices for air conditioning systems are central air, portable units, and a ductless system. Here's how these compare for a vacation home. Read More 

DIY Don’t? What You Should Ask Before Attempting An AC System Repair

12 May 2020
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Does your home need an AC system repair? If you're tempted to diagnose and fix the central air conditioner yourself, then take a look at the questions to ask first. Can You Diagnose the Problem? Air conditioners are complex systems that require expert-level knowledge to diagnose. Even though some home repairs are easy to learn through online tutorials, AC repair isn't a simple DIY project. HVAC technicians complete years of training and hands-on experiences to become skilled tradespeople. Read More 

Air Conditioning System Not Blowing Cold Air? Here’s Some Possible Problems

7 April 2020
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If your air conditioning system is blowing air but the air does not feel cool, this can be due to different things. Below are some possible problems so you can determine what is wrong and have a cool home. Low Air Flow One problem that can cause the air not to be cool is having low airflow. One thing that can cause this is a dirty air filter. If your filter is dirty, then it is clogged up and air will not be able to pass through it. Read More 

Why Your Air Conditioner Fan’s Auto Setting Affects The Humidity In Your Home

4 March 2020
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One of the pieces of advice you often see regarding central air systems is that the fan needs to be on the AUTO setting. This setting links the fan to the thermostat; when the air conditioner compressor turns on, the fan will turn on, and when the compressor turns off, the fan will turn off. For some people, that advice may seem meaningless. If it's hot, they want air circulating to combat the summer heat. Read More 

Common Issues That Can Come Up With Your Residential Air Conditioning

29 January 2020
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As a homeowner with an air conditioning system, it's beneficial to get your system serviced before you need to use it everyday. As the warm weather approaches, it's time to schedule residential AC services to have your system tuned for the hard work ahead. While you can wait until you need to turn on your air conditioning every day, you are taking the chance that your system is not going to be efficient. Read More