5 Surefire Ways To Prevent Condensation Leaks From Your Air Conditioner

Your plumbing can spring a leak, but did you know that your air conditioning system can do the same? Your air conditioner produces condensate as a byproduct of the air conditioning process. This condensate is normally drained out of the air conditioner, but drainage issues can cause it to back up and overflow onto the floor. If left unchecked, this can cause severe water damage and put your air conditioner and other appliances at risk. [Read More]

5 Tips For Adding Zone Control Dampers While Installing A New Air Conditioner

When it comes time to replace your current central air conditioner because it's losing efficiency, beyond repair, or simply getting old, there are a few other projects you can undertake on your forced air system to increase its overall efficiency. Adding new devices known as zone control dampers during air conditioner installation is well worth the extra cost and time because it allows you to split your home into individual zones and heat each one separately. [Read More]

Possible Reasons Your AC Isn't Cooling Your Home

Most of the United States is hitting record temperatures this year. People in the Midwest and South seem to be especially miserable. There is nothing worse in these temperatures than having an air conditioner that isn't cooling your home. There is no reason to be hot when you're running your central air all day and raising your electric bill. Here are some reasons why your home might not be getting cold enough. [Read More]

How To Keep Your Cooling Bill Low When Temperatures Heat Up

Warmer weather is almost here, and that means that you may begin to run the air conditioner in your home. In turn, this will cause your energy bill to increase as the temperatures do. However, there are a few things you can do to keep your cooling bill as low as possible during the summer months.  Have Your Air Conditioner Serviced Before Warm Weather Hits It is highly recommended that you have your air conditioning unit serviced by an air conditioning contractor in the spring, before warm weather hits. [Read More]