Why Is My AC Freezing Up?
Given the blazing summertime temperatures in Georgia, if something is amiss with your air conditioning unit, you’ll know it. For instance, suppose you’ve placed your hand over the supply register. There’s airflow, yet it is minimal and not very cold. If this is the case, there’s a good chance that your AC unit has frozen up. Fortunately, the trained technicians at ClimateSmith, LLC are well equipped to help. Meanwhile, to better understand why your AC has frozen up, consider the following.
Get The Most Out Of Your HVAC System With Quality Installation
While Georgia temperatures are on the rise, homeowners find themselves on the fence yet again, juggling the cost of energy usage and the need to maintain a comfortable environment. Seemingly, those with older HVAC systems assume that their units will work harder to achieve the same output as newer, more energy efficient systems.
Learn To Recognize And Prevent HVAC Electrical Problems
While it may appear that HVAC would have no connection to the world of electrical repair, these fields are very much connected, as heating and cooling units rely upon electricity to run smoothly and effectively. Therefore, HVAC specialists have extensive knowledge of electrical components, how they relate to each unit and how to repair them. Given that May is National Electrical Safety Month, there’s no better time to learn how to recognize and prevent HVAC electrical problems.
Does Your Home Have a Humidity Problem?
While humidity is needed for health and overall comfort, too much or too little can result in several difficulties for homeowners and guests. What’s more is that humidity levels greatly influence the amount of energy used, as well as maintenance costs. Thus, if you believe that your home has a humidity problem, continue reading below.
Heating and Cooling - Brush Up On The Basics
Because most of us take heating and cooling for granted, we do not take the time to learn how systems work, unless we actually have to. Therefore, as the Atlanta area transitions from winter to spring, it might be a good idea to brush up on the basics of heating and cooling.
Can A Dirty Air Filter Make a Family Sick?
While residents throughout metro-Atlanta continue to battle the freezing cold temperatures leading into February, a record number of flu cases finds many staying home in an effort to get well or avoid the epidemic altogether. Yet, HVAC professionals urge homeowners—if you’re spending more time at home this season, be sure that your air filters are clean! Surprising to some, a dirty air filter can affect the health of your family.