Replacing your air conditioner is inevitable, especially if it starts to break down. You can't keep repairing your air conditioner if it has already aged. Therefore, you must invest in a new air conditioning installation. And since the ductwork is already in place, you can do a DIY AC installation. However, you must remember these tips when installing your home air conditioning. Inspect Your Ductwork Before you replace your central air conditioner, you should invite an air conditioner technician to inspect your existing ductwork. [Read More]
Why Is Your Air Conditioner Giving Out A Chemical Smell?
If the air coming out of your AC units has a chemical smell, then you should investigate the problem. In some cases, this odor comes from external causes; however, it can also be a sign that your system has a problem. Read on to learn about some common causes of chemical smells in air conditioning systems. External Chemical Smells Your air conditioning system pulls in air to cool it before circulating it through your home. [Read More]
You May Need A Residential AC Repair Technician To Replace A Leaky Drain Pan In Your Air Handler
If you see water stains on the wall or ceiling and you can't figure out where they're coming from, be sure to check your HVAC if it's housed in your attic. Your evaporator coil makes condensation every time your air conditioner runs. The condensation drips into a collection pan and then it's drained outside through PVC drain pipes. Sometimes, a crack or hole develops in the pan, and then the water leaks on the floor instead of draining away. [Read More]
3 Reasons Why You Need To Replace The Rusted Air Ducts In Your Home
If you notice rust on the air ducts in your home, air duct replacement is usually the best option. Rust is typically a sign of a much greater problem with your central air system, such as condensation forming on your air ducts, causing them to rust. Condensation can lead to mold growing in your home, and it's also often a sign that your air ducts are poorly insulated. Replacing them will help increase your home's energy efficiency, reducing your heating and cooling bills. [Read More]