peachtree city

August 20, 2013

The Ins and Outs of Your Air Conditioning System

The Georgia cooling season is long and hot, and your air conditioner works hard to keep you comfortable all summer long. Understanding a little about how your air conditioning system works will help you troubleshoot common air conditioning problems, as well as communicate effectively with your HVAC technician in the event service is needed on your system. Refrigerant is the vehicle your system uses to absorb heat from your home’s air and transfer it outside. The refrigerant cycles through the […]
August 15, 2013

Your Air Conditioner Coils: Take Care of Them, and They’ll Keep You Cool

Properly maintaining your air conditioning system is essential for extending its life, lowering your energy costs, and helping to prevent common air conditioning problems later in the long Georgia cooling season. In conjunction with your annual preventive tune-up, consider having your air conditioner coils cleaned to improve the transfer of heat from your home to the outdoors and maintain optimum comfort in your home. Two coils Your air conditioner has two sets of coils that work together to remove heat […]
August 13, 2013

Giving Your Overworked Air Conditioner a Much-Needed Assist

Given the length and intensity of our cooling season, an overworked air conditioner isn’t an uncommon occurrence. While these systems are built to handle heavy use, they use less electricity and last longer with routine maintenance and a lower cooling load. Increasing the efficiency of your cooling system gives it an immediate boost, which you can do by having the system serviced each year by an HVAC professional. When skilled technicians perform maintenance on your equipment, they clean, adjust and […]
August 8, 2013

Your Split Air Conditioner: Keeping What’s Outside in Sync With What’s Inside

A split air conditioner features two main components: an indoor unit that removes heat and provides conditioned air to your home and an outdoor unit that expels heat extracted from indoor air. Both components work best when they’re properly matched with each other, as they are when you buy a new split A/C system. By keeping the two matched up, you’ll keep your entire system in sync and your home cool and comfortable. The outdoor and indoor units are sold […]