Learning About Air Conditioning Repairs

It's Not On The Cake: Icing In Your Walk-In

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If you’re new to managing a commercial kitchen, there are some common issues you should be attentive to. One of the most common problems that you might encounter is icing inside your walk-in cooler. If you’ve never dealt with this before, it can be puzzling and difficult to deal with. Before you call the local commercial refrigeration technician, there are a few things that you should know. What Causes Icing? Read More»

Is It Worth Upgrading To A Variable Speed Blower Motor?

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A brand-new HVAC system can benefit your home, but you might not be ready to let go of your old system just yet. In cases like these, you may be able to extend the life of your HVAC system by upgrading your current blower fan motor to a variable speed version. Upgrading to a variable speed blower can help enhance your home comfort and save energy, but it’s important to weigh the pros and cons before upgrading your heating and cooling system. Read More»

Why Is Your Air Conditioner Turning Off Immediately After Switching On?

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Does your air conditioner switch on only to switch off again almost immediately? Clearly this is an issue, as your home won’t cool down with your air conditioner only running for a few seconds at a time. Some causes of this issue are simple to fix on your own, while others will require professional repair. Here’s a look at the most likely causes and how to deal with them: Your air filter is badly clogged. Read More»

5 Surprising Ways That Air Conditioning Ducts Get Damaged

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When it comes to a functioning air conditioning system, the duct work is just as important as the condensing unit that actually cools and dehumidifies the air. When your ducts are badly damaged, the air flow decreases until you notice the lack of cooling power or the reduced air movement from your vents. Check for signs of these five unusual ways that ducts can end up damaged. Flooding Rising water or a leaking pipe can make a mess of your floors, but flooding in the home can also damage your duct work if it’s installed under the floor or the water comes from the air conditioner itself. Read More»

Hot Water For Your Rental Cottage? Consider A Tankless Heater

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Do you maintain a cottage and rent it out to vacationers throughout the year? When it comes time to invest in a new water heater for your cottage, you may want to consider an alternative to standard, tank-style water heaters. Tankless hot water heaters work by heating water as it flows through a pipe, rather than pre-heating it and then storing it in a tank. This style of hot water heater works well for rental cottages for several reasons: Read More»