The condenser coil is inside the part of your air conditioner that sits outdoors. Refrigerant flows through the coil after it has picked up heat from your house. The refrigerant loses heat while it's in the condenser coil and then flows back into your house to start the cycle over. If something interferes with this process, the refrigerant won't get as cold as it's supposed to, and your house may not be able to cool down. [Read More]
Give Your Home HVAC for All Seasons With Geothermal Energy Designs
Today, there are different geothermal options for HVAC systems that can provide your home with heating and cooling all year. These can be heat pump systems; radiant heating and cooling; or other HVAC systems. You want to choose the right design for the needs of your home. The following HVAC systems can give you the heating and cooling you need all year. Geothermal Heat Pump Mechanical Systems Geothermal heat pump systems are great for heating and cooling your home. [Read More]
What Type of Furnace Is Right for You?
Although furnaces can last anywhere from 18 to 20 years, every once in a while you'll need to consider having a new heating installation put into your home. Whether that's because your old system is defunct, or you're trying to take advantage of newer technologies, knowing what to look for in your new heating installation can make sure that your house runs efficiently and strong for years to come. If you're having a hard time trying to figure out which heating installation is right for your home, consider the following examples. [Read More]
Heating Repair Guide To Deal With Emergency Troubleshooting When You Need To Get The Heat Back On
The heating in your home can be vulnerable to a lot of problems during winter weather. Heating system problems can be worse when the temperatures outside are extremely cold. Therefore, troubleshooting your heating system and getting the right repairs done could be an emergency that you are dealing with. The following heating repairs guide will help you deal with the emergency troubleshooting to get repairs done: Winter weather and problems with power—Winter storms can cause a lot of problems with your heating system that you are going to need to deal with. [Read More]