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Ways to Fix Poor Airflow

Poor HVAC airflow

Poor HVAC airflow is the culprit behind a variety of system shortfalls and unexplained malfunctions. Adequate airflow from the A/C or furnace all the way through the entire span of household ductwork is among the most important parameters that ensure efficient, effective cooling and heating. It’s also a prime suspect when this doesn’t happen. If…

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What’s the Best HVAC System for a Multifamily Home?

What's the Best HVAC System for a Multifamily Home?

Multifamily housing developers have to make countless critical initial decisions, one of them being the types of HVAC systems to install. Peak energy demand, system sizing, efficiency, and cost are some of the obstacles they’ll have to overcome when weighing the available options. Let’s make your life a whole lot easier by giving you some…

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Your Guide for Fixing Cold Spots

Your Guide for Fixing Cold Spots

When the summer months kick in and you’re desperately trying to cool off your home, do you discover cold spots in certain areas? This is a problem many homeowners deal with due to uneven air flow, so we thought it’d be a good idea to show you how easy fixing cold spots can really be.…

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Potential Air Conditioning Health Risks

One essential component to good health is the environment in which you live. As we enter into the hot summer months, you may be wondering about air conditioning affects on health. Is Air Conditioning Healthy? By and large, the answer is a resounding yes. A properly functioning AC unit provides your home with better air…

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Fixing Uneven Cooling in Two-Story Homes

Fixing Uneven Cooling in Two-Story Homes

Is your two-story home suffering from uneven cooling? You’re not alone. It’s not uncommon in the summer to have a ground floor that’s cool and comfortable while your upstairs is sweltering. Read on to learn more about these noticeable temperature differences. Why Is Your Second Floor Too Hot? Your air conditioning system should cool your…

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What is Short Cycling for an A/C Unit?

Does your air conditioner seem to be turning itself on and off too quickly? This issue is known as short cycling, and it’s one of the most common air conditioner problems that homeowners encounter. Let’s take a look at why this problem occurs along with what you can do to fix it. What Causes A/C…

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What a Humming Air Conditioner Means

Sometimes a humming air conditioner is one that’s working as it should, as long as the fan indoors and out are running simultaneously. But when the fans stop working and your house won’t cool, that humming could signal a problem that needs your attention. If you hear humming from the circuit breaker box in your…

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How to Safely Defrost a Frozen A/C Unit

How to Safely Defrost a Frozen A/C Unit

These days temperatures seem warmer than ever in San Antonio, even in fall and winter. For some homeowners, that means turning on the air conditioner now and then. And as long as you’re turning it on, there is always a chance it may freeze up. Do you know why your A/C might freeze up, and…

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Why You Should Get an A/C Replacement in Winter

Why You Should Get an A/C Replacement in Winter

With our hot, extended summers here in south Texas, having an efficient and reliable cooling system is an absolute necessity. If your home’s air conditioner is older, it needs frequent repairs or you’re worried that it might not last through another summer, now is the ideal time for an A/C replacement. Upgrading your A/C this…

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Why Your Air Conditioner is Tripping the Breaker

An air conditioner that’s tripping the breaker is giving you a message you shouldn’t ignore. More often than not it means an electronic device on the circuit is drawing more current than the circuit is rated to supply. When an air conditioner is tripping the breaker, simply resetting the breaker manually isn’t a viable fix.…

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