Troubleshooting A Leaking Ductless Air Conditioner

Air conditioners are complicated pieces of machinery, and they operate constantly throughout the summer months, which can increase the risk that they will experience some sort of mechanical problem at some point. One of the most common problems that can affect an air conditioner is leaking water, which is actually fairly serious since it can lead to mold growth in the area around your air conditioner. If you notice that your unit is leaking water, there are a few potential common causes that you should check out. [Read More]

A Few Things To Do While Waiting For The AC Repairman

Having your air conditioner quit cooling your home in the middle of the summer can make things very uncomfortable in your house. Before contacting the AC services company, you should take the time to look over the system and to listen to it. While you need to tell them what is happening, i.e., it is blowing hot air or the fan is not running at all, you also need to let them know if you see any ice built up on the coils, any water around the system, or hear any loud bangs or wooshes. [Read More]

How To Keep An Old Air Conditioner Running Through The Summer

Is your air conditioner quite old and clearly on its last legs? AC replacement can be expensive, so if you do not currently have the money on hand for a replacement, you will need to do what you can to make your current air conditioner last through the rest of the summer. With some elbow grease, determination, and attention to detail, it can be done! Here's how. 1. Only use your air conditioning as needed. [Read More]

Steps To Creating A Custom HVAC System For Your Commercial Renovation

If you're planning to renovate your commercial building, one thing you have to plan is the HVAC system and ducts. If you envision an unusual building design, it might not be possible to use HVAC pipes and ducts off the shelf. However, that doesn't matter since you can have custom pipes fabricated. Here are a few things to know. An HVAC Contractor Offers Energy Advice While you may not be too concerned with the details of the HVAC system when you're thinking of renovation ideas for the building, it's a good idea to talk to an HVAC contractor before you start making changes. [Read More]