How To Clean Your Air Conditioner's Condensate Line… And Keep It Clean

Posted on: 1 November 2016

As your air conditioner cools the air, moisture is removed from the air. You AC unit deals with that moisture by sending it into a little drain pan. Then, it is pumped down a condensate line to a drain that connects to your plumbing system or empties directly into the soil. One of the most common minor issues with air conditioners is a clogged condensate drain line. In fact, if water is pooling on the floor near your AC unit, this is the likely cause.
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How Do You Know What Size Heat Pump Is Right?

Posted on: 7 August 2016

Several factors help determine what size heat pump is best for your home. You will need to match the proper tonnage just as you do with an air conditioning unit. When choosing the correct unit for your home, it is important to not oversize the pump. If you do oversize the unit, the pump's efficiency will be reduced, and the initial costs are higher. These are a few ways to know how to size your heat pump.
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Summer Vacation? Tips For Keeping Your Air Conditioning Safe While You're Away

Posted on: 7 August 2016

Top HVAC Summer Vacation Tips Vacationing is an event everyone in the family looks forward to, especially children when school is out for the summer months. Proper HVAC maintenance and following these guidelines will ensure you that your home will be comfortably cool when you return from your vacation adventures. Provide Surge Protection With summertime comes the chances of electrical storms. You want to be sure you have a surge protector on your air conditioning unit in case of a bad storm or a power surge.
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AC Not Running Right? 4 Problems A Dirty Filter May Cause

Posted on: 7 July 2016

If you can't remember the last time you changed the filter in your house, you might be doing more harm than you thought. The filter does more than just catch dirt and pollutants. It actually helps your air conditioner work more efficiently. To keep your system working properly, you should be changing your filter at least once every three months – If you live in an area that's prone to dust storms, you should change your filter once a month.
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