The air conditioning system that is attached to your home may be an easy component of the house to overlook. However, it is a regrettable fact that there are some individuals that suffer from severe allergies. For these individuals, air conditioning systems can cause a worsening of allergy symptoms. Once you are informed about the following answers to commonly asked air conditioning questions allergy sufferers often have, you will be better prepared to minimize the effects your air conditioning system has on your symptoms.
14 October 2016
Condenser coils are exposed to the elements, which means that bugs, leaves, and all sorts of yard debris can get caught in your coils. Dirty coils may not seem like a big deal, but they can reduce your overall system efficiency by up to 30%. Thus, in order to keep your system running at the optimum level and save yourself money, you need to know how to clean your coils.
11 August 2016
Air conditioners work hard during the summer months to keep your home cool and comfortable. Unfortunately, both minor and severe issues can suddenly occur that make your air conditioner a lot less effective. Whether your unit is blowing out warm air or is freezing over, you'll be faced with the tough question: "Should you replace the unit or repair it?" If you aren't sure whether you should replace or repair, don't fret.
18 July 2016
Before cooling season starts, you want to make sure that your air conditioner is in good shape. Doing that will make sure that your air conditioner is in good shape and runs as efficiently as possible. The more efficiently your air conditioner runs, the less your cooling bills are going to be, which is always a good thing for you. There are several things that you can do to make sure that your AC is ready to go.
1 June 2016
As the temperature drops going into winter, so does the level of humidity in the air. Dry indoor air in the winter is more than an annoyance. It can cause health problems, and it can also be taxing on your HVAC system. Here's a closer look at how dry indoor air impacts you and your furnace, and what you can do about it. How does dry indoor air affect you?
9 February 2016
A furnace that breaks down should warrant an immediate call to a contractor (such as one from Absolute Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning) who can visit your home and get the system up and running quickly. A house without a functional furnace can lead to issues such as frozen pipes, which can create a considerable repair bill. If you have a short wait ahead of you before the contractor can get the necessary parts to repair your furnace, there's no sense in being miserable and shivering in the cold.
8 December 2015
While it's true that using more traditional methods such as ammonia or bleach can often be an effective way to get rid of mold, there are some downsides to this approach. It's often better to try other methods if you want to stay green. The Problem with Ammonia and Bleach The reason why ammonia is so effective at killing mold is because it will basically kill everything. It's dangerous to humans as well as mold.
18 November 2015