Your AC works to keep you cool, but these units can also be notorious for the trouble they bring. An air conditioner can freeze up at the beginning of a cold season, and you need to know how to handle this problem. Here are some of the most common causes of an air conditioner freezing up and a few solutions to help you. Insufficient Airflow If your air conditioner isn't getting enough airflow, it can freeze up.
Your air conditioner should turn on and off throughout the day. If it's hot outside, it may stay on for a little longer than usual. But one thing it should not do is turn on, then off, then on again just minutes apart. If your air conditioner does do this, there is usually something wrong — even if your home is still staying at a comfortable temperature. Here are a few of the things that could be amiss.
Floor-mounted air conditioners are similar in design and function to split systems. They have an indoor air handler and an outdoor unit. The only difference with conventional mini-splits is the installation process. Floor-mounted mini-splits are installed near the floor and have vents on the top, bottom, or both sides of the unit. They are easy to install and practical in most homes. Below are some factors that make a floor-mounted mini-split ideal for residential cooling.
With summer quickly approaching, you may have decided that it is time for you to either install a new cooling system or replace the old one in your house. While researching various models and sizes, you may have started to feel overwhelmed about all of the choices and are hesitant to make a decision on your own. If this is the case, consider contacting a professional to guide you before making your final choice.
Every time the cold season sets in, you count on your furnace to keep the house comfortable for your loved ones and avert seasonal problems like burst pipes. But, since your heating system remains off for many months due to the warm weather, it can get damaged, and you may not realize it. Scheduling furnace repair right before winter starts will ensure your unit functions optimally throughout the season. So, how will you know that it's time to call your HVAC technician to repair your heating unit?
My name is Maura, and I am certified in HVAC installation and repair. I have many clients who call me in a panic because they have turned on their air conditioners and nothing has happened. Your air conditioning technician will get to you as soon as possible, but there are some steps you can take while you are waiting. You might just find that you are able to fix the problem on your own, although you will still want to have a professional assess the situation. In this blog I will take you through some common reasons your air conditioner might not be working and show you some easy temporary solutions.