When To Call A Repair Technician Over An AC Refrigerant Leak

Refrigerant is an essential part of your air conditioning unit. Therefore, if your refrigerant is leaking out, your air conditioner will only be able to blow air inside your home. Your air conditioner does not use up the refrigerant, and the only reason for it to get low is that there is a leak somewhere. Warning Signs of a Refrigerant Leak If your AC has a refrigerant leak, you may see your electric bills get much higher. [Read More]

2 Maintenance Tasks For Your HVAC Systems

Your HVAC in your home consists of your heating, air conditioning, and ventilation systems. These systems help keep you cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and allow your entire home to circulate with the air so each and every room in your home feels the same temperature. Without these systems working properly, you could end up sweating or freezing depending on the season. To help all of these systems working properly, there are a few things you should be doing. [Read More]

Evaporative Cooler Repairs Needed When The Float Valve Is Bad

An evaporative cooler, or swamp cooler, is a more affordable way to cool your home when you live in a climate with low humidity. No refrigerant is needed for a swamp cooler. Instead, it cools through the process of evaporation with a reservoir of water that's controlled by a float valve. The valve is an inexpensive part that can go bad, and when it malfunctions, the performance of the cooler is affected. [Read More]

Tips To Improve Your Home's Indoor Air Quality

About 90% of a human being's life takes place indoors, rather than outdoors. With this being said, all of this time indoors is dangerous if the air quality isn't up to par. Close to 2 million deaths happen due to some form of air pollution. Here are some things you should know about indoor air quality and how you can protect your living arrangement.  Why protecting and improving your indoor air quality is such a useful idea [Read More]