Three Little Maintenance Tasks For Your Outdoor AC Compressor

Posted on: 10 May 2016

Your outdoor compressor unit is a vital component of your air conditioning system. But since it's exposed to the elements and undergoes a lot of wear and tear, it needs a little maintenance to keep it running smoothly and improve its lifespan. Here are three maintenance tasks you should perform on your outdoor compressor unit at least once a year. Cleaning the Fins The fins are those thin strips of metal that are arranged vertically on the outside of your condenser unit.
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Protect Your Air Conditioning From Thieves

Posted on: 9 May 2016

You look at your air conditioning as a cooling aide. A thief looks at your unit as an opportunity to earn some extra cash. The cooper coils used inside an air conditioning unit's condenser make these units highly valuable and although it would seem impossible to steal this type of thing, the reality is that criminals do it every day. Prevent this unfortunate scenario from happening at your home by protecting your unit.
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Air Conditioners: The Devastating Effects Of Refrigerant Overcharge

Posted on: 7 May 2016

An air conditioner's refrigerant is usually recycled. As a result, the only times that the system needs its refrigerant to be topped up tends to be when there is a refrigerant leak. And given that low refrigerant levels can lead to problems such as evaporator coil icing, refilling the refrigerant is necessary if you want to maintain the efficiency of your air conditioning system. However, while having enough refrigerant in an air conditioning system is a must for the system to be effective at making a home comfortable, having too much of it can end up destroying the system.
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Why You Should Insist On A Modulating, Condensing Furnace

Posted on: 5 May 2016

The conventional furnace will use one heat exchanger and a one-speed fan motor to push heat into your home. This system will provide adequate but inefficient heating to your home. For years, this was the only option that allowed furnace designers to provide a way for the noxious fumes created by burning a gas to safely exit your home. Today, there is an option that provides improved efficiency while still properly disposing of these gases.
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