Troubleshooting Your AC Condensing Coils

The condensing coils are located on your outdoor AC unit, which is usually installed next to the home. They generally look like thin vent openings, or fins, along one or more sides of the unit. Coils can be fully exposed or they may have a metal grid over them to provide some protection. The coils handle the cooling of the hot air with the help of the refrigerant in the unit, so if they fail, your unit will no longer cool your home properly. [Read More]

4 Reasons You Shouldn't Wait For Your Home Air Conditioning Installation

You might have thought about buying a new air conditioning unit for your home, but you might be putting it off for one reason or another. You may want to have the installation done now rather than later, however, for these important reasons. 1. There Is No Need to Continue Wasting Money on Your Old Unit Right now, you might be wasting money on your old air conditioning unit for no reason. [Read More]

AC Services That You Need Today

Being a homeowner who is not big into do-it-yourself projects can be challenging. Sometimes it may feel like your home is actively trying to fall apart around you. Fortunately, there are many companies that are more than willing to come in and work on different aspects of your home. With the change of each season, there are little things that will need to be done around your home. For example, with summer fast approaching, have you thought about how you are going to get your air conditioning serviced? [Read More]

HVAC Advice For Apartment Complex Managers

Managing an apartment complex can have you tending to dozens of issues at a time. You may be in the midst of trying to show vacancies, check references and run background checks, evict a tenant, set up service with a new pest control company, track down the no-show landscaper, and deal with any number of other issues. However, along with everything else you have to do, the complex's HVAC system should be a top priority. [Read More]