Patching an Old HVAC System
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Patching an Old HVAC System

When I married my husband ten years ago, I reluctantly agreed to move into the older brick home he already owned. I knew the house was outdated. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any experience renovating an older place. Immediately, I noticed the old central air conditioning unit in the home. After thoroughly inspecting the equipment, I was afraid the ancient unit wouldn’t make it through my first summer in my new place. Thankfully, I was wrong. After ten years, this same air conditioning system is still running smoothly. However, it has received some diligent care from a reputable HVAC contractor over the years. On this blog, you will discover the ways an HVAC contractor can restore an older air conditioning unit.


Patching an Old HVAC System

  • 3 Reasons To Go Tankless For Your Tiny House's Water Heater

    5 December 2015

    With the cost of real estate rising, many people are choosing to downsize by investing in the construction of a tiny house. If you are thinking of building a tiny house in the future, you will want your small living space to provide all the comforts you have grown accustomed to. Since hot water plays an important role in the daily lives of many Americans, here are three reasons why investing in a tankless water heater for your tiny house makes the most sense.

  • 3 Signs You're Spending More On Heating Than You Should

    17 September 2015

    Keeping your home warm during the fall and winter months is obviously important, but you might be dreading the higher bills. Although you probably budget for higher heating costs when the temperatures drop, you might be spending more than you have to. In many cases, your heat pump might be to blame for your higher heating bills, so don't blame the weather just yet. Instead, consider these signs that your heat pump is costing you more than it should; if any of them seem to apply to your heating system, now is the time to call an HVAC professional to come out and take a look.

  • Fall Carnival Time: How to Keep All the Rides Going

    10 September 2015

    Heading into autumn, communities and schools often sponsor carnivals. Included in this pop-up carnival season are several smaller theme park rides. It takes a lot of power to operate a carnival, even for a day. With most fall carnivals lasting two or three days, you have to find a power source to keep the rides running and functional. Generators are a big help, and here is how you can use them for your local fall carnival.

  • Three Factors Indicated by Low Refrigerant Levels

    8 September 2015

    One of the most common air conditioner problems is a low refrigerant level. Low refrigerant levels can result from a variety of different scenarios, including the development of a leak in the system or the improper installation of the air conditioner system. Regardless of the exact cause of low refrigerant levels, such a malfunction in your air conditioner will always require you to address the following three issues. Simply refilling refrigerant isn't enough

  • Why Are Some Air Conditioners Installed On The Rooftops? And Other Frequently Asked Questions

    8 September 2015

    You may have noticed that some homes have rooftop air conditioners and some homes don't. If you're in the market for an air conditioner installation and you're wondering whether a rooftop air conditioner would be right for your home, these answers to frequently asked questions may help you decide. Why are some air conditioners installed on rooftops? Cold air is denser than warm air, so it sinks. Compared to central air conditioners, rooftop air conditioners don't have to work as hard to circulate cold air throughout the house, because cold air produced on the roof naturally sinks down into the house and circulates through the ducts.