Emergent Technologies For Cheaply Cooling Buildings In Remote Areas

Technology is really marching forward when it comes to slashing energy costs while still keeping your house as cool as ever. Here are a few new technologies that allow you to be eco-friendly, keep your house cool in remote areas away from the grid, and keep your energy bill down at the same time.  Salt-powered Air Conditioning A company in Massachusetts is close to putting out their first prototype for an air conditioner that will be able to cut energy costs by as much as 75 percent for cooling. [Read More]

3 Tips To Having The Most Efficient Cooling System In Your Home

An efficient cooling system can ensure your house stays comfortable even during the hottest summers without making your energy bill quadruple. If you are on the market for a new cooling system, there are a few shopping tips you can use to ensure that you end up with the most efficient cooling experience possible. Discuss your concerns and options during your next meeting with your air conditioning installation company. Choose Central Units When Possible [Read More]

How To Diagnose A Blown AC Capacitor

On the hottest summer days, your AC system will be under severe stress. In some cases, the stress can overwhelm the system, and you can end up with a broken unit just when you need it the most. If you know what the tell-tale signs of a blown capacitor are, you can possibly make repairs on your own or at least expedite the repairs a professional makes.  What Is a Capacitor? [Read More]

Diagnosing Simple Problems With Your Central Air Conditioning Unit Based On Noises

If you have noticed you air conditioner unit making strange noises, you first reaction may be to call a professional to take a look at it. However, there could be a simple problem with an easy solution you could do yourself. To save yourself money, use the following guide for diagnosing your central air conditioner. Rattling Noises While The Unit Is Running If you hear rattling noises while the unit is running, first check the outer casing of the unit. [Read More]