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  • Reduce AC Noise

    5 Ways To Reduce AC Noise – Make AC Quieter

    When you have to speak louder in your home to be heard over the hum of your AC, your AC is making a lot of noise. Same way, if your sleep is disturbed by the noise emanating from the air conditioner, you have to do something to bring it down to toler...

  • How To Replace An Air Conditioner Drip Pan

    How To Replace An Air Conditioner Drip Pan

    Today’s air conditioners are intelligent and require minimum human intervention to perform efficiently. In a bid to automatically get rid of all the moisture that accumulates over the evaporator coils, a drip pan is provided. Usually, there are two d...

  • How To Fix A Cracked AC Drip Pan

    How To Fix A Cracked AC Drip Pan

    Have you ever noticed how, during summers, condensate forms outside the glass holding a chilled drink? Something like this happens in your AC when warm and moist air passes over the cold evaporator coils. In the case of glass, you just wipe the water...

  • Tips For Buying A New Air Conditioning Unit

    Tips For Buying A New Air Conditioning Unit In Florida

    When the temperatures soar, and the heat is at its peak, your home becomes your haven. Stepping out into the sun becomes the last option, and your air conditioner becomes your best friend. If you don’t have an air conditioner, you must be thinking ab...

  • Warning Signs That You Need To Replace Your Old Furnace

    Warning Signs That You Need To Replace Your Old Furnace

    HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. The AC takes care of the cooling while the furnace takes care of the heating. Sometimes it is also referred to as the boiler. A furnace is largely used during winters, and in summers, it wor...

  • Air Balancing - 5 Cool Ways To Avoid Hot And Cold Spots

    Air Balancing – 5 Cool Ways To Avoid Hot And Cold Spots

    There are times when you feel that each room in your home has a different temperature. Some places or corners in your home will be way cooler or warmer than others. These are the hot and cold spots we are talking about. Ideally, your entire home shou...

  • AC Thermostat Not Working

    AC Thermostat Not Working – How To Fix It

    A thermostat is critical to maintaining the desired temperature in your home because this sophisticated device manages the cooling and heating. Basically, it reads or senses the temperature inside your home and adjusts it as per your need. What would...

  • air conditioner is working but not cooling

    Air Conditioner Is Working But Not Cooling

    As the mercury rises, the coolness of your home beckons. Rushing through the heavy traffic, you reach home, hoping for some respite from the sweltering heat. Obviously, the first thing you do is dump your bag and switch on the AC. The lights blink on...

  • HVAC Humidity Control

    HVAC Humidity Control – Effects Of Humidity On HVAC Performance

    When the humidity is high, you feel hot and sultry even in a cool environment. In such weather, you think that the best place to be is indoors where the climate is controlled. Did you know that the humidity or moisture in the air affects the performa...

  • HVAC Service Providers

    10 Questions To Ask HVAC Service Providers

    There are bound to be questions in your mind when you are considering repairs to your current HVAC unit or buying & installing a new one. The manufacturers may promise you Earth and sky,  but your HVAC service provider will tell you the truth beh...

  • Mold in ducts

    Mold In Ducts – How It Got There & How To Get Rid Of It

    Have you ever opened the air ducts and peeked inside? If you haven’t, maybe you should now, especially if there is an unpleasant smell in your home. The chances are that you will see some cotton-like black, grey, or white substance spread insid...

  • HVAC Contractor

    Signs Of Poor Service By Your HVAC Contractor

    As a homeowner, you should always demand proper and accurate servicing of your appliances and equipment. Since you are paying for it, it is your right. The problem arises when you cannot gauge whether the service rendered is good, sub-standard, or po...

  • r22 refrigerant replacement

    Things To Be Aware Of When Considering R22 Replacement Refrigerants

    If you have an air conditioner that was installed before 2010, the chances are that it uses R22 refrigerant. Also known as “Freon”, it is a type of hydrochlorofluorocarbon or HCFC. This refrigerant or coolant was introduced sometime during the 1950s ...

  • Why Is My House So Humid With The AC On

    Why Is My House So Humid With The AC On

    Quite often we receive complaints about the AC not removing humidity effectively from inside the home. The stuffy and uncomfortable environment becomes unbearable. The constant muggy feeling leaves you annoyed and irritated. If you are worried about ...

  • Air Conditioner Humidity Problems

    Top 5 Air Conditioner Humidity Problems

    An efficient air conditioner should give you relief from humidity while cooling your home. If you feel muggy and clammy inside, it means that the AC is not working properly. In part, you can blame the high-efficiency ACs for adding to the problem. Th...

  • Ice On Air Conditioner Pipe Outside

    Why There Is Ice On Air Conditioner Pipe Outside

    Your air conditioners pipe outside is covered in ice, and you are wondering why? In the middle of summers, such an occurrence may seem surreal. When everything is wilting, drooping, and melting due to excessive heat, frozen AC pipes give you a pause....

  • Can I Pour Hot Water On Frozen Air Conditioner

    Can I Pour Hot Water On Frozen Air Conditioner

    Your air conditioner may be one of the most important electrical equipment in your home. To work efficiently, it demands proper attention in the form of seasonal maintenance. In spite of everything you do, there may be times when it still acts up. So...

  • How To Wire A Duct Booster Fan To Blower

    Some of you may have heard about a duct booster fan or the booster fan, and for others, it may be something new. A duct booster fan helps in fine-tuning your home’s heating and cooling system. With its help, you can bring in either more warmth ...

  • ac frozen how long to defrost

    How To Safely Defrost A Frozen A/C Unit

    On a hot sunny afternoon when you want to relax in the cool environment of your home, you realize that your air conditioner won’t work. Why? Because it has frozen. What a bummer. Your only option now is to open the windows at home and pray like crazy...

  • 5 Main Causes Of Weak Air Flow From Vents In House

    A toasty warm house in winters and a perfectly cool home in summers – who doesn’t want that? We all do, and there’s nothing wrong with it.  A house is a place where you want to live as you desire. You want it to be nice and comfortable so...

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