Air conditioners are meant to make your home colder. But are they supposed to produce ice? Absolutely not! Ice on your air conditioner is not a good sign. When ice builds up on the evaporator coil of an air conditioner, you have two problems: the issue that caused the ice, and the issues the ice will cause. We’ll explain both, and we’ll tell you exactly what to do about it.
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Here in Georgia, it makes sense that you want to enjoy the summer season with the help of an efficient and effective air conditioning system. On those frequent days where the heat is at its peak, your cooling system should be capable of keeping your living space as nice and cool as you need it to be. To ensure this is the case, you’ll want to do everything you can to keep your air conditioner in great shape.
This means staying on top of your annual maintenance sessions, first and foremost. It also means that if your air conditioner has any repair needs, you take care of them in a timely fashion. But how do you know if your air conditioner needs repairs?
Often, we’ll tell you during maintenance. However, it is always possible that your cooling system could need repairs in between maintenance tune-ups. Here are some signs that this is the case for your system.
There’s a pretty common misconception when it comes to the air filter inside an HVAC system. Many homeowners assume that this air filter is in place to protect their indoor air quality. While these air filters certainly don’t hurt your indoor air quality, their purpose is actually to protect the interior components of your HVAC system itself from dust, dirt, and other debris that can get inside and harm its sensitive components. The air filter, then, needs to be changed on a regular basis–more on this below!
A dirty air filter can create a number of problems for your HVAC system, as it reduces airflow and causes the system to run longer to try to do its job. Read on to learn more!
Our short answer to this is, “it’s not a bad idea!”
Of course, before you end the use of your furnace for the season, it’s a good idea to take care of any pending needs for furnace repair in Buford, GA. Letting a furnace in disrepair sit in wait can lead to much bigger and costlier problems than you might anticipate.
We’re just about in the middle of the coldest time of the year. Now is no time to be stuck with a heater in disrepair, right? Though, if you’ve opened up a blog post about furnace installation, there’s a good chance yours is. We totally get the temptation to rush into this purchase and installation—you likely would be fine with hiring anyone just to get your home comfort back.
We really have to urge against this, however. There are a number of reasons you should only ever trust a professional for a job as big as furnace installation. There’s a lot of work that goes into it! More than you may even realize—and that work contributes to your comfort, heating efficiency, and your safety. Keep reading as we uncover 3 important reasons you should trust a pro for your furnace installation.