Posts Tagged ‘refrigerant levels’
Your Split Air Conditioning System: It’s All About That Perfect Match
If you’ve been thinking about replacing only one component of your split air conditioning system, you should seriously reconsider.
Maximizing Heat Pump Performance in Your New Denver Area Home
A heat pump can be a great source of comfort in the home, especially during the extreme weather conditions experienced in heating or cooling periods.
Is It Time To Repair Or Replace That Old Air Conditioner? 5 Ways To Tell
Air conditioners are designed to provide many years of reliable service, but eventually every cooling system needs to be replaced. Think back to last summer and consider these five signs that your system is failing and needs to be repaired or replaced.
Your High-Efficiency A/C: 4 Installation Factors That Can Make or Break a SEER Rating
Your home’s high-efficiency A/C can be one of your most powerful weapons in the war against energy usage. For it to be effective, though, you must know how to utilize it.
Does Your Air Conditioner Have A Safety Cap? If Not, Get One
Air conditioning systems are tempting targets for thieves. Valuable metal such as copper is frequently stolen from air conditioners. However, news outlets around the country report a new threat to air conditioner security: the theft of refrigerant for use as a drug. To combat this problem, it is often necessary to ramp up air conditioner […]
Home Air Conditioning 101: Terms Every Homeowner Needs To Know
When you’re replacing your air conditioner or having it serviced, you may run into some unfamiliar terms. Here’s an explanation of some air conditioning basics and the terms that may puzzle you at first encounter.
Is Your Air Conditioner Ready For Action? Springtime Maintenance Ensures Summer Comfort
Summer is around the corner. Is your air conditioner ready for the heat? To ensure your home’s cooling system is ready for the task ahead, have your air conditioner checked by a professional HVAC technician.