- Frozen Coils in Summer: How is that Possible?
Is your A/C starting to freeze up this summertime? This can be caused by an ice buildup in your coils. Let’s take a closer look at how this is possible in the midst of a heat wave.Evaporator and condenser coils—these two are responsible for the heat transfer and cooling process of your unit. When ice buildup starts to cover them, it’s a sign of trouble in your system.Let’s find out what’s causing them to ice up. Damaged Blower FanThe blower fan is responsible for sucking the heat and bringing cool air in your home. When it gets damaged, the airflow significantly changes, and condensation starts to build up in yo... Read More
- A/C Condenser Repair Checklist for Spring
Dirty Condenser Unit Out of sight, out of mind. Most homeowners tend to forget about their condenser unit. Since it is placed outside, it can easily be overlooked. Check if your condenser is covered with dirt, dust, mold, and other debris.These particles reduce the efficiency of your unit in cooling your home and cause your electric bills to spike. While some DIYers will clean their own condenser, we recommend leaving it to the pros. Clogged Coil Winter months might have left some unpleasant elements which can cause your unit to malfunction. You might find trash or vegetation blocking your condensing coil, which reduces airflow and ... Read More
- 5 Energy-Saving Tips for Your HVAC this Springtime
Springtime is the best season to have a lot of fun! Did you know that you can make the most of the spring fun and save money at the same time? Yes, you read it right!Homeowners grab this opportunity to save on energy as much as possible, and because we want you to benefit and enjoy your HVAC more, we have these 5 energy-saving tips to get you started Close your Vents in Unoccupied Rooms It is not practical to leave your A/C on with no one using it. Also, you need to make sure that you close your air vents because air leakage is a complete waste of your money. By doing this, it improves the efficiency of your A/C. It means that your ... Read More
- Why Is My Air Conditioner Tripping The Circuit Breaker?
Does your A/C in Dallas, TX trip your circuit breaker as it operates? This scenario can cause your blower to blow warm air, which is contrary to what your cooling system is designed for. If you want to know what causes it, this post is for you. Reasons why your air conditioner trips your circuit breaker Shortened Electric MotorRunning your electric motor for a long time can cause your wire insulation to break down, which later results in a short circuit. When this takes place, more electricity will flow in your circuit; wires may overheat and melt, and potentially cause fire to your unit. Get an A/C repair in Dallas, TX to... Read More
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