Most homeowners consider having a functioning central air conditioning system to be an essential part of their family's comfort during the summer months. Unfortunately, it seems like air conditioners have a habit of breaking down just when you need them most. Often the trouble is with the condenser, which is the large outdoor unit of your central air conditioning equipment. This article looks at some common issues that prevent condensers from working properly and how you can address the various problems.
It often seems like a furnace will not break down until the weather hits a low point during the winter. While this is coincidental at times, it is something that is not so unexpected at other times. If you are currently going through an outage during a cold spell, you can get repairs quickly if you contact a company that offers emergency heating services, but here are several important things to know about why your furnace might not currently be working.
If you are looking for ways to cut your electric bill, one option that may come up is propane. This is a switch that many homeowners are not aware of or do not know enough about to make an informed choice. If the option has been brought up to you, and you don't have much information on making this type of switch for your HVAC system, then here are a few key points you need to know.
One of the main reasons why an air-conditioned room feels so comfortable is that the cooling process removes much of the excess humidity from the air. In most homes, a well-maintained, properly sized air conditioning system should be able to reduce existing humidity levels and provide an adequate cooling experience. If, however, the air conditioning system seems unable to effectively cool the space, there may be an existing humidity issue that is impacting its performance.
An HVAC system, especially in a large commercial building, can require a lot of ventilation in order for the system to work. If the HVAC equipment is located in a basement or on a main floor, the ventilation needs to extend all the way to the roof in order to properly ventilate. Unfortunately, this means it is more likely that the HVAC system will run into a ventilation problem. Here is what you need to know about 3 of those potential problems.