Freezing Air Condensing Coils
12 July 2016
Sometimes during the summer your air conditioner starts to freeze up. When that happens, your air conditioner doesn't work right, doesn't cool your house, and could potentially be damaged. There are several things that can cause the condenser coils on your air conditioner to freeze. Those things can include limited air flow and dirty condenser coils. Most of the problems are easily fixed, but if the problem continues, you will need to have an AC repair person to come out to your house to check the system and see what's going on.
Answering A Few Questions Concerning Commercial Air Conditioners
19 May 2016
Keeping your business cool and comfortable on a hot summer day will likely require the use of a powerful ai conditioning system. Unfortunately, there are some business leaders that may not have a very thorough understanding about these systems, which can cause them to make performance compromising mistakes. Luckily, learning the following few questions and answers may help you to avoid this problem.
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Disposal Not Disposing? 4 Steps To Clear The Problem
23 February 2016
If you thought your garbage disposal could devour anything you send down the drain, you might be in for a rude awakening. There are actually some common foods that your garbage disposal can't process properly. Those foods include lettuce, potato skins and egg shells, which can bind up the blades and get stuck inside the drain pipe. Once that happens, you might find yourself facing a broken garbage disposal and clogged drains.
Fixing Noise Issues With A Window AC Unit
15 January 2016
Not all homes are lucky enough to have central air conditioning, as some still use window units. Usually, these units work quite well if they are sized appropriately and properly maintained. Occasionally you may have issues with a loud window unit. The following guide can help you discover the cause of the problem.
Ongoing Vibration Noises
These noises are ongoing any time the unit is running, although they may get more intense at higher fan settings.