Air Conditioning Installation: Challenges Of In-Slab Ductwork You Should Be Aware Of

The air duct system plays an important role when it comes to the performance of the air conditioning system. Since it is responsible for moving air into the air conditioning system, how in-shape it is usually determines the rate of airflow in the air conditioning system. And since it is also responsible for dumping the air-conditioned air into the home, how clean it is plays a role in determining the air quality of the home. [Read More]

3 Things You Can Do To Stay Cool When Your AC Is Out For The Count

The temperatures get warmer every summer, which means that you may be relying on your cooling more. This also means that your AC will need more maintenance and repairs. It also means that HVAC technicians are busier than ever repairing peoples cooling systems, and it may take time for them to get to your home when your air conditioner is out. If you want to stay cool while waiting for repairs to be done to your AC, here are some tips that may help you this summer: [Read More]

Shielding Your HVAC Unit From The Effects Of Floods And Storms

Floodwater can damage your HVAC by clogging the drain line, dirtying the air filter, and frying the electrical circuitry. Use these five measures to keep water out of your HVAC unit during a storm or flood: Raise the Concrete Base The HVAC unit typical sits atop a concrete base. Unfortunately, this concrete base is usually just a few inches above the ground, which permits floodwater to reach the unit. Therefore, raising the base is a good way of keeping floodwater out of the unit. [Read More]

2 Reasons To Utilize Central Air Instead Of Window Units

Central air systems are extremely popular cooling system, and with good reason when you consider the sheer amount of advantages that this type of cooling has over the other options on the market. Listed below are two reasons to utilize a central air system instead of window units. Single Unit Solution One of the biggest reasons to use a central air system is that it is a simple solution that only requires a single unit to cool your entire home. [Read More]