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6 Most Common HVAC Duct Problems You Should Know About

Air ducts are a significant component of your heating and cooling system, but they are usually overlooked. Many times, homeowners have no clue that a problem exists. If you think that your HVAC system is inefficient or you get consistently high energy bills, look out for these six common duct problems.1. Poor DesignA duct system that transfers the air from one point to another with the least amount of distance and obstructions is economical and very effective. Poor design will result in…See More
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"Does central air conditioning increase value your home? https://www.pinterest.com/pin/697635798509195239 ;"
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John White posted a blog post

Central Air Conditioning System: Why It Is the Best Choice for Your Home

A central air conditioning system produces cool air at a central location and delivers it to and from rooms by fans and ductwork. The performance of the air conditioner compressor makes the entire process of air conditioning possible. The cool air is produced when the compression of the coolant gas enables the compressor to discharge heat out of the house.Types of Central Air ConditionersTwo types of central air conditioning systems include:Split SystemIn a split air conditioning system, an…See More
Jul 1
Franco Oyuela commented on John White's blog post HVAC Airflow Problems: Things You Should Know
"Causes of HVAC Airflow Problems. Here’s a common HVAC airflow problem and one you can fix yourself! Air-cooled air conditioning systems have what’s called a condensing unit, typically located outside or in a mechanical room. Outdoor…"
Jun 24
Franco Oyuela commented on John White's blog post Ductless Heating and Cooling System: Is It Right for Your Home?
"Benefits of Ductless Systems: Includes Fast InstallationInstalling a traditional HVAC system is a complex and lengthy process if you need new ductwork. Installing a ductless air conditioner, on the other hand, is faster and means you won’t…"
Jun 24
John White commented on Diane Chojnowski's group Pinterest
"Is Ductless Heating and Cooling System Right For your Home?https://www.pinterest.com/pin/697635798508961117"
Jun 20
John White commented on Diane Chojnowski's group Pinterest
"HVAC Air Flow Problems And Solutions https://www.pinterest.com/pin/697635798508903025"
Jun 20
John White posted a blog post

Ductless Heating and Cooling System: Is It Right for Your Home?

Ductless heating and cooling systems, also known as mini-split HVAC systems, are becoming popular due to the cooling capabilities they provide, without the myriad problems associated with ducted systems. Ductless systems consume less power and are energy efficient so you save a great deal of money on your utility bills.Read more to understand how ductless heating and cooling systems work and if they are right for your home.What Is Ductless Heating and Cooling?While old-fashioned heat pumps and…See More
Jun 20
John White posted a blog post

HVAC Airflow Problems: Things You Should Know

Over time, HVAC airflow problems can develop in your air conditioner due to the lack of periodic maintenance and timely tune-ups. With proper maintenance of your air conditioning unit, you can enjoy superior and uninterrupted AC performance throughout the summer season. Read further about common HVAC airflow problems and solutions.Symptoms of Weak HVAC Airflow problems can be identified through the following symptoms:Air conditioner blowing warm airYour space having hot and cold spotsLow…See More
Jun 17
Franco Oyuela commented on John White's blog post EER vs. SEER: How Do They Differ from Each Other?
"What's the Difference Between EER and SEER? The most common way to measure the efficiency of an air conditioner, the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) measures how efficiently an air conditioner operates over an entire season. When…"
Jun 10
John White replied to Ed Minch's discussion Heat and A/C on a boat
"Effective boat ventilation helps air to circulate areas as much as below decks and other areas. Fresh air in and the state air out. A single vent will now allow the air to flow. A minimum and two well-separated vents need to allow dry air to flow in…"
Jun 4
John White posted a blog post

EER vs. SEER: How Do They Differ from Each Other?

In air conditioners, you may have noticed both EER and SEER ratings. These ratings play a vital role in selecting the right air conditioner for your home or work. EER vs SEER is briefly explained here to help you understand the significance of these ratings for making an informed decision.What is EER?Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) is a measurement of the energy efficiency of an air conditioner at a specific outdoor temperature (95 degrees F). The air conditioner is more efficient when its EER…See More
May 30
Franco Oyuela commented on John White's blog post Common Reasons Your Air Conditioner Is Not Turning On
"The AC unit won’t turn on: 1. Tripped Circuit Breaker2. Blown Fuse3. Clogged Condensate Line4. Thermostat Issues6. It’s Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner Usually when the outdoor unit doesn’t turn on, it is because the circuit…"
May 21

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6 Most Common HVAC Duct Problems You Should Know About

Posted on July 15, 2019 at 3:33am 0 Comments

Air ducts are a significant component of your heating and cooling system, but they are usually overlooked. Many times, homeowners have no clue that a problem exists. If you think that your HVAC system is inefficient or you get consistently high energy bills, look out for these six common duct problems.

1. Poor Design

A duct system that transfers the air from one point to another with the least amount of distance and obstructions is economical and very effective. Poor design…

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Central Air Conditioning System: Why It Is the Best Choice for Your Home

Posted on July 1, 2019 at 7:10am 0 Comments

A central air conditioning system produces cool air at a central location and delivers it to and from rooms by fans and ductwork. The performance of the air conditioner compressor makes the entire process of air conditioning possible. The cool air is produced when the compression of the coolant gas enables the compressor to discharge heat out of the house.

Types of Central Air Conditioners

Two types of central air conditioning systems include:

  • Split…

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Ductless Heating and Cooling System: Is It Right for Your Home?

Posted on June 20, 2019 at 3:01am 1 Comment

Ductless heating and cooling systems, also known as mini-split HVAC systems, are becoming popular due to the cooling capabilities they provide, without the myriad problems associated with ducted systems. Ductless systems consume less power and are energy efficient so you save a great deal of money on your utility bills.

Read more to understand how ductless heating and cooling systems work and if they are right for your home.

What Is Ductless Heating and Cooling?

While…

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HVAC Airflow Problems: Things You Should Know

Posted on June 17, 2019 at 2:14am 1 Comment

Over time, HVAC airflow problems can develop in your air conditioner due to the lack of periodic maintenance and timely tune-ups. With proper maintenance of your air conditioning unit, you can enjoy superior and uninterrupted AC performance throughout the summer season. Read further about common HVAC airflow problems and solutions.

Symptoms of Weak HVAC Airflow problems can be identified through the following symptoms:

  • Air conditioner blowing warm air
  • Your…
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At 7:11am on April 30, 2018, Diane Chojnowski said…

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