If you have a central air conditioning system, then you likely have an indoor and outdoor unit attached to the cooling system. The outdoor part of the system is called the condenser and it should be inspected closely for any signs of disrepair. This allows you to complete necessary fixes before the cooling function of the system is directly affected. When you complete your inspection, you should look closely at the aluminum fins that protrude from the side of the condenser.
8 December 2016
Once you have picked out your new air conditioning unit and decided on a contractor to install it for you, your next big decision will be placement of your unit. If you are replacing an old unit, you may want to install your new one in the same position. However, if you were unhappy with the location of your old unit due to visual or aural distraction, or if you are installing an air conditioner for the first time, then you will have to choose a new placement.
15 July 2016
One of the most dreaded things that can happen during the winter is for your furnace to suddenly stop working on an especially cold day. As the temperature inside starts to drop almost as low as the temperature outside, you begin to panic. You call your trusty furnace maintenance company to come repair your heater, but what can you do to keep your family warm until they arrive? Here are six great ideas:
11 January 2016