AC Won’t Cool? Here’s Why

August 11, 2020

There is nothing as frustrating as walking into your home on a hot day in summer to discover that your air conditioning system is not blowing sufficient cold air. There are various causes for your AC unit not cooling your house as it should. The solution might be as simple as replacing the air filter with a clean one, but there are more complicated problems that could require professional assistance. Here are some of the reasons why a cooling system fails to accomplish its job. Dirty Air Filter As the air filter clogs with debris and

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What Causes an Air Conditioner to Freeze Up?

July 15, 2020

When your AC system falls out of balance, it could suddenly stop sending out conditioned air. If you feel warm air blowing from your vents, something is definitely going on. Here are the three main reasons an air conditioning system will freeze up. Blocked Airflow When your air conditioner unit can’t get enough airflow, there won’t be enough heat to keep condensation on the evaporator coil from turning into ice. You should check to make sure the air filters aren’t dirty, which prevents proper airflow. If that isn’t the problem, check that

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Rooftop Air Conditioner vs. A Side-Yard Air Conditioner

June 16, 2020

While both rooftop air conditioners and side-yard air conditioners cool your home, they each have different characteristics and advantages. Neither one is better than the other; instead, they just offer something different. Here’s what to know about the difference between rooftop and side-yard AC units. Rooftop AC Advantages A rooftop AC unit connects to your home’s duct system. It can cycle air through your home more easily than a side-yard AC unit can. They’re highly efficient as they don’t need to work as hard to draw in warm air from your home, since warm air rises.

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How To Test Indoor Air For Mold

May 13, 2020

There are many issues associated with having mold growing in your home. When mold becomes airborne, it can cause respiratory problems and other health issues ranging from headaches to chronic fatigue. A lot of mold can be difficult to detect, but there are ways you can see if there are mold spores circulating in the air in your house. Where to Test Any moist place in your home could harbor mold and encourage its growth. When you’re performing a visual inspection for mold, be sure to look behind your refrigerator, in ventilation ducts, beneath

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