What are the Benefits of an AC Tune-Up?

April 18, 2019

Your air conditioner is supposed to run silently and efficiently in the background, but cooling problems can be disruptive. An AC tune-up performed by a qualified technician can produce multiple benefits for you and your equipment. Increased Energy Efficiency A dirty, clogged air conditioner isn’t going to be able to run as smoothly as one that has just been cleaned. Fresh filters and the absence of dirt and grit elsewhere in the unit will likely lead to superior mechanical performance. Clean machinery working at peak efficiency will be better for the environment, your interior, and your bottom line. Decreased Electrical Expenditures The more energy-efficient your air conditioner is, the less money you’ll have to pay each month for electricity. Dirty, inefficient equipment requires more energy to run; more energy comes with a higher cost. Keeping your cooling machinery neat and tidy can ultimately save you money. Early Discovery of Mechanical Problems An air conditioner can fail with little to no warning, causing you irritation and discomfort. An AC tune-up can result in the discovery of cooling issues before they become larger problems. A skilled technician will be able to evaluate your system thoroughly and detect trouble before it leads to...

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How Does Air Conditioning Work?

May 22, 2018

Have you ever felt extremely uncomfortable because of the immense heat that you are feeling? Well, with the help of an air conditioner, it’s easy to go about your business at home without worrying about the heat. The Indoor Unit Here is how it works: basically, it uses chemicals that quickly convert gas to liquid and vice versa. This enables heat transfer from the air inside your house to the one that is outside. The unit also has three parts which are the compressor, the condenser, and the evaporator. The evaporator allows a cooling fluid to evaporate and absorb the heat from your home leaving cold air to be sent back to your house. This is the coil box located in your basement or closet near your furnace filter which is also the indoor unit. The Outdoor Unit For the outdoor unit, there is the remaining two that is the condenser and the compressor which usually, is on the side or back of your house where heat from the house is dispersed. The compressor moves the refrigerant through the system then once condensed it moves through the condenser receiving ambient air that cools it and hence inside your house. The...

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Maintenance Checklist for Your Home HVAC Sytem

January 27, 2016

Maintenance is extremely important for your HVAC system, can you remember the last time your system was serviced? If you can’t then I would say it is time for your to make a simple call and have us come and have us perform a Quick and Simple HVAC System Maintenance on your unit. We service the greater Dayton, Ohio area.

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