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Still Using Window Units? Why You Need To Install A Central Air Conditioner

25 October 2019
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If you don't have a central air conditioning system installed in your home, you owe it to yourself to make the change. Swamp coolers and window units are great for certain situations. For instance, swamp coolers do well in drier environments, and window units are great for cooling small rooms. However, if you live in a humid region, or you need to cool a larger area, you need the benefits that only a central air conditioning system can provide you with. Read More …

Should You Cover Your Air Conditioner During Winter?

22 September 2019
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When the cold weather season begins, you need to begin thinking about winterizing the outside component of your air conditioners. The winter weather can be very damaging to the condenser, so much so that you may want to consider covering it. However, you have to be careful when doing so. You could damage the unit without the proper precautions. Here are some things to keep in mind before you cover your outdoor unit for winter: Read More …

Is Winter Around The Corner? 2 Tips To Maintain Your Heating Unit So You Will Stay Warm

14 August 2019
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Even though the temperatures are high outside right now, it will not be long until they start dropping. Because of this, you should learn how to maintain your heating unit so that it will stay running well for you all winter. Below are two of these maintenance tips. This will ensure that you and your family stay warm and comfortable inside your home. Check the Condenser Fins The condenser fins are an important part of the unit as they work with the condenser coil in the process of heat exchange. Read More …

Three Things That Can Go Wrong With Your Outdoor AC Unit

10 July 2019
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Your outdoor AC unit, also known as your condenser unit, is one of the most expensive parts of your home's air conditioning system. Proper maintenance can ensure that it lasts for years, but problems requiring professional attention can still crop up from time to time. Recognizing the symptoms of failures in your condenser can help you to know when to contact an HVAC professional to repair the problem before it becomes more serious. Read More …

2 Reasons You Might Find Water Under Your AC Condenser

30 May 2019
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Summer weather is usually accompanied by reliance on an air conditioner to maintain cool and comfortable interior temperatures. It's important that you are taking the time to check on your outdoor condenser unit periodically throughout the summer if you want to maintain the efficiency of your air conditioning system. Anytime you notice a puddle of water under your air conditioner, you may become alarmed. Since modern AC units don't rely on water to generate cool air, you could find yourself wondering where the water originated. Read More …