A/C maintenance

July 16, 2019

Understanding the Signs of Low Refrigerant

Low refrigerant in your central air conditioner may begin with an assortment of initially insignificant symptoms. As the refrigerant charge drops, however, these minor issues can turn into major dysfunction, eventually shutting down the system completely. Refrigerant absorbs heat from the airflow inside your house at the system evaporator coil, then conveys it to the outside condenser coil where it’s released into the air. The level of circulating refrigerant is a very precise specification. If it declines below that amount, […]
March 5, 2019

Schedule Your A/C Tune Up

As unpredictable as the weather is, it might be a good idea to schedule your A/C tune up early this year. Even if the weather doesn’t heat up ‘til May, getting ahead of the crowd gives you first choice for scheduling. Even better, the HVAC tech will probably have more time to devote to your questions and concerns. Servicing your air conditioner before the cooling season puts it into the best condition possible based on its age and overall quality. […]
July 17, 2018

How Your HVAC Gets You Through the Dog Days of Summer

The dog days of summer in Georgia can be tough on air conditioners and homeowner budgets. Typically, our utility bills soar as we try to keep cool, while unexpected breakdowns from overuse can make it difficult to get through the hours until help arrives. But there are things you can do to keep your budget under control, while also ensuring that your HVAC equipment gets you through the long hot summer comfortably. Following are some tips for how you can […]
September 19, 2013

A/C Maintenance Tasks to Complete Before You Close it Down for the Year

The summer heat has kept your A/C system working hard to cool your home all season. All that work can put a significant amount of stress on the system, but you can take action to help it recover with a few simple A/C maintenance tips. Clean the unit – Dust, dirt and debris can accumulate on your outdoor A/C unit and impede the crucial transfer of heat that lets the system do its job. To remedy this problem, simply give […]