It can be tough to find the balance between a comfortable home and a moderate energy bill when it comes to setting your thermostat in the summer. Find out what the optimal settings are when you are home and away, as well as some other helpful tips.
Your air conditioning system has many components that work together to cool your home. Knowing the different parts of the system and their functions can help you keep your system running properly, as well as help you troubleshoot should any issues arise.
Without a properly functioning thermostat, your HVAC system won't be able to keep you cool during the hot and humid summer days. If the AC is set to a comfortable temperature but you notice the number rising and your house getting warmer, you may need to look into some underlying issues.
There's nothing better than an icy drink or an ice cream cone on a sweltering summer day; except, maybe, stepping inside to your cool, air-conditioned home. When it comes to your AC, ice is one thing you don't want. Funnily enough, ice in your AC unit will cause the system to function improperly and actually stop blowing cold air into your home. So what causes ice to form and how can you fix it?
Everyone should have their air conditioner tuned-up each year before (or during) summer. Annual tune-ups ensure your system is running properly and efficiently. Even if it isn't having any noticeable issues, a tune-up will catch any small problems before they get worse. A tune-up from ECI Comfort will include things like cleaning or changing the air filter, tightening electrical connections, checking safety controls, and cleaning the condenser coils.
The Daikin Fit whole-house air conditioner provides many benefits to you and your home. It is designed to fit comfort, space-saving, and efficiency requirements while comfortably cooling your home all summer.
We all know the uncomfortable, sticky feeling of high humidity outdoors. You've probably said something along the lines of "it's not that hot, it's just really humid," especially if you live in areas like the Delaware Valley, where the three surrounding rivers contribute to high moisture levels in the summer months.
The last thing you want when trying to cool off on a hot summer day is to notice a foul odor coming from your AC system. Unfortunately, this problem is all too common. But with all the different smells that can be coming from your AC, how do you know what the cause is and how to fix it? We'll go over the seven most common AC smells and what to do about them.
Shortages. It has come to be a commonly used word in the past year and a half. Slower production due to rigorous importing and exporting logistics has seem to hit every industry. From chicken wings to chlorine shortages, a combination of price increases, low supply, and high demand have hit hard.