Keepin' It Cold: Why Winter Is The Best Season For You To Have Your Air Conditioner Serviced And Repaired
There's a chill in the air. You're thinking about Thanksgiving dinner and getting your Christmas lists ready for Santa. It's a great time to think about . . . air conditioning? Yep, that's right: Air conditioning installation and repair can typically be done more quickly and cheaply in the winter months. While most HVAC professionals do stay busy in the colder months replacing malfunctioning furnace thermostats and doing heating system repairs, there is usually more time for them to attend to your air conditioning problems.
With the cold weather approaching, you may be looking forward to firing up your home heating system, but there is a pretty good chance you will not be looking forward to it if you know that cold-weather condensation is once again going to be an issue. Cold-weather condensation occurs when the air temperatures outside collide with the warm temperatures in your home, which causes moisture buildup on walls and ceilings in some homes.
Your washer and dryer are important appliances that you likely use multiple times throughout the week. However, these devices are somewhat complicated, and this can lead to problems that can impact the performance of these devices. In particular, there are a couple of common issues that your washer and dryer may encounter, and learning the following questions and answers will help you address these problems when they arise. What Causes The Washing Machine To Smell Bad?
Have you ever had a sewer line clog? If so, then you likely know how expensive and time-consuming a repair can be. Depending on the cause of the clog, a plumber has to come out, use a camera to look down the pipe, and then try to clear the blockage with an auger. If the pipe is clogged by tree roots, you might even have to have the area trenched so the pipe can be repaired.
If you have noticed in recent years that your window air conditioner consistently provides cool air, but the room is still too warm, it's important to look at both the unit and the room it is in. Fortunately, it is often an inexpensive repair or the result of a unit that is too small for the room it's in. By learning specific information about the air conditioner, it's easier to troubleshoot it yourself, to determine whether or not you need to call in a professional: