A dehumidifier helps keep incoming moist air from damaging your air conditioning system while also improving the air quality within your home. The condensate stripped out of the incoming air is sent down through the dehumidifier and into a drain bucket. When the bucket becomes full, the weight triggers a switch that turns off the unit until the bucket is emptied. The switch prevents overflows that could cause water damage to your system or your home.…Read More »
How Much AC Do You Need?
Most homeowners do not think about their air conditioning until it breaks down. However, air conditioning systems need to be cleaned just like any other part of your home. If you have never cleaned your AC system, then an HVAC contractor can show you how to do all of the following during your first AC service call. Clean the Condenser’s Exterior Frame Your air conditioner’s condenser is the components inside the box-like structure outside.…Read More »
Air conditioners are typically fairly quiet. However, over time they may begin to get noisy. If your air conditioner is suddenly very loud, you might have a problem on your hands. Some air conditioner noises can be indicative of serious issues that might cause your air conditioner to fail—or at the very least stop working properly. So how do you know which noises are cause for concern? Here are four worrisome air conditioner sounds to keep an ear out for:…Read More »