Central AC Vs. Window Units
6 February 2018
If your home needs AC, it can be hard to choose between installing central AC or ductless window units. Both have their usages, and either can be the ideal solution for some properties. Of course, they have a lot of major differences that you need to consider. This article compares central AC systems with window AC units.
Does Your Home Already Have Ducts?
First of all, central AC systems are really practical on properties that already have a duct system within the walls.
The Pros And Cons Of Covering The Outside AC Unit During The Winter
19 December 2017
Some people say it's necessary to cover the outside unit of your AC (heating, ventilation and air conditioner) system while others advise against doing it. Both arguments have valid points, and you shouldn't dismiss either of them without further digging:
The Cause for Covering the Unit
Accumulation of Small Debris on the Fins
If you don't cover the condenser unit, then flying debris such as leaves, dust, and paper may get caught up in the condenser coil.
Exploring Options For Adding HVAC To An Old Home
8 November 2017
Are you planning to retrofit an old house with a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC)? Adding an HVAC system to an existing house is an expensive thing and you should do it right the first time. You should start by evaluating the viable options, such as these three:
Install the Duct Work
The duct work is the channel structure through which air circulates throughout the house. There are return air ducts that channel stale air back for conditioning as well as supply air ducts that supply the various rooms with conditioned or heated air.
3 Things You Can Do To Protect Your AC
27 February 2017
Nearly every home has an AC unit. This is a great way to keep your house cool and keep the house at a comfortable temperature for everyone. Many homeowners don't know enough about the AC system to keep it in good condition, and as a result they end up overspending on their utility bills, and/or needing to replace the system sooner than necessary. Here are some things you need to know about keeping your system in good shape.