Common Signs of a Bad AC Capacitor

Central air conditioning systems rely on a capacitor, which is very similar to a battery.  An AC capacitor plays a major role in the operation of your home's air conditioner, so if the capacitor is in bad condition, you will most likely notice. Luckily a bad AC capacitor can be replaced, and in most situations, replacing the capacitor will solve all your problems. A bad capacitor can create a number of problems, but an experienced HVAC technician will be able to diagnose the problem and provide a solution. [Read More]

3 Ways You Know Repairs For Your Defective HVAC Unit Are Inevitable

Managing a commercial property is not easy. There are a lot of things that you have to worry about at all times. Top of the list of things you have to worry about is your employees' comfort level inside your building. The condition of the HVAC system is one of the main determiners of the comfort level in your commercial building. It can be very stressful to work in an environment where ventilation, air conditioning, heating, and cooling have been compromised. [Read More]

Signs That You Might Need A New Heating System For Your Home

If you would like to make sure that your home is always equipped with a proper heating system, you will need to take a few moments to reflect on the following information. Here are a few signs that may indicate that you have a need for heating system installation services: Your Heating System Breaks Down Every Year An occasional problem with your heating system may not be much to worry about. [Read More]

Is Your Furnace's Humidifier Working Properly?

Do you have a whole home humidifier installed on your furnace? Are you uncertain about whether it is working properly? If so, you'll need to know the following tips to verify that you have the proper humidity in your home.  Look For Static Electricity There are some signs that your humidifier is not working properly, which can be identified without even looking at the humidifier. If you've noticed that you are producing more static electricity in your home and you are creating a small shock when you touch another person or something made of metal, this is a sign that your home has low humidity levels. [Read More]