If you type “Why is water leaking…” into Google Search, one of the suggested choices is almost always “Why is water leaking from my AC?” Many people consult the internet when issues arise with their heating and cooling equipment. Wondering about the cause of water leaks is especially prevalent during the summer months. What many
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Archive for July, 2017
From beach day to laundry day, summer usually means an increase in the amount of water we use on a daily basis. Fortunately, you don’t need that water to be quite as hot as you would in the winter (cold showers when it’s 40 degrees outside? No thank you!). But keeping water hot is both
After celebrating a sun-filled Independence Day, it’s clear that summer is in full swing. While barbecues and pool parties are great ways to enjoy the summer season, we all rely on the comfort of our homes to provide much needed respite from the heat. This is when we count on our air conditioners the most.
When you need heating and cooling replacement or repair services, choosing the right HVAC contractor for the job is the most important part of the process. It can also be the most daunting. If you work with the right company, then the quality of work will reflect that. If you work with the wrong contractor,
With higher temps being the peak during the day, being trapped in a hot car isn’t fun. Rolling down the windows won’t always suffice either. Fortunately, the air conditioner in your car functions in a similar fashion to the system you find in your home. A compressor changes the pressure of a refrigerant to help
It’s officially summer, which means the days are longer and much more humid. While everyone else may be thinking about barbecues and pool parties, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) and IAQ (indoor air quality) experts are on high alert about something else—mold. Mold and mildew are caused by moisture, and the hotter it is, the
In life, we’re always looking for security and comfort. Security from dangers leads us to safer neighborhoods and homes while security in comfort moves us to better, more efficient home comfort solutions. But while we look for the big dangers, it’s easy to forget that small, everyday things can be riskier than any singe lapse