Keeping Your HVAC System Running Perfectly

How to Fix a Noisy Blower Fan in a Condensing Unit

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The outdoor condensing unit half of your central air conditioner contains a motorized fan that circulates air to prevent overheating. If the fan stopped working, you would know because the unit would overheat and trigger a self-protection shutdown mode. But sometimes a fan simply becomes noisy while otherwise working normally. What causes the fan to become noisy? The fan blades could have become bent or broken, but the more common cause is simply that the blades became loose on the motor assembly.…

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3 Ways to Increase Air Conditioner Efficiency

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As great as air conditioners are, they can cause a lot of stress each month when the energy bill appears in the mailbox. Fortunately, with a few key tips, it is possible to keep your air conditioner from driving your electrical costs sky high. If you would like to learn more about how to maximize your air conditioner’s efficiency, read on. This article will outline three energy saving tips. Utilize Your Timer…

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How To Use Evaporator Coil Cleaner And Why It Can Save Your HVAC System

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The evaporator coils within your central air conditioner’s indoor air handler are the part that provides the actual source of cooling for your ambient air. The coils take in liquid refrigerant from the outside condensing unit, change that liquid into a gas, and become cold and a bit damp in the process. That dampness makes the coils a magnet for dirt buildups, which can eventually interfere with the carefully calibrated phase change process and cost your unit efficiency.…

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