Common Problems Your Air Conditioner Might Encounter

Over the many years that you own your air conditioning system, there are many problems that you will eventually find yourself needing to address. Without a basic knowledge about addressing these issues, you may find yourself at a loss for what to do in these situations. Pest Problems Pest problems can be a major problem for any home, but these vermin can be very damaging to the air conditioning system. Rodents and squirrels can chew holes through ducting, which can drastically reduce the system's ability to move air through your home. [Read More]

Tune Up Your AC Unit

The air conditioning unit is the most vital element in a central AC system. Obviously, having a new AC unit installed is going to make your home much more efficient during the summer, but many homeowners just can't afford such a sizable monetary investment. Instead of spending thousands of dollars on a new AC unit, you should first see what can be done to increase the efficiency of your existing unit. [Read More]

Should You Replace Or Repair Your Air Conditioner?

If your air conditioner hasn't been working properly or at all, you may be wondering if you should replace or repair your system. There are many times when a quick repair can do the trick, but in some situations, a repair may only be a waste of money. If you aren't sure if you should replace or repair your system, check out these three questions to consider. How Old Is Your Current System? [Read More]

Why Your Thermostat May Not Be Reading What You Are Feeling

Have you found yourself feeling too cold or hot even when the temperature is set at a comfortable level? Here are some of the reasons you may not be comfortable despite the "correct" thermostat reading: The Thermostat Is Malfunctioning                   The first thing you should check or suspect is a thermostat malfunction. This is because you may think there is a mismatch between the thermostat reading and room temperature while, in the real sense, the thermostat is outputting the wrong reading. [Read More]