3 Benefits Of Using High Velocity Ducts For Home Renovations With New AC

If you are planning on doing major renovations to your home, it includes updating mechanical systems. You are shopping for an air conditioner and want something that works best for the home renovations you are doing. Compact high velocity ductwork gives you an AC system that is efficient and works great for existing homes. Here are some of the benefits that you will get when you install a high velocity HVAC system for your home renovations: [Read More]

It's About Time: 4 Signs You're Going To Need A New Air Conditioner

If you've had your air conditioner for a while, it might be time to start thinking about a new one.  Even under the best conditions, most air conditioning units only last about 10–15 years. Once your air conditioner starts to go out, you might be able to squeeze a few more years out of it, but that might require constant care from a service technician. Unfortunately, that could leave you faced with an emergency situation if your air conditioner decides to die in the middle of the summer. [Read More]

Signs Your Air Conditioner Is Leaking Refrigerant

Your home's air conditioning system is designed to provide climate control in the summer months, and make your home comfortable to be in no matter what the temperature is like outside. However, if the refrigerant within your air conditioning system begins to leak out of the system, your air conditioner may stop working as intended. Thankfully, there are a couple of warning signs that you can keep your eye out for to help determine when you need to contact an HVAC professional to come in and fix your system. [Read More]

Getting Ready To Turn On The AC? Do These 4 Things

When the weather outside starts getting warm again, there will be a day that you feel the need to switch on the air conditioner after its long winter slumber. Before you flip the switch from heating to cooling, there are a few things you'll need to take care of. Clean Your Furnace With the furnace being off for quite some time, chances are that dust has collected in the unit. When you turn the air conditioner on, it could potentially move that dust all throughout your home. [Read More]