One of the most common air conditioning issues is also one of the most damaging: a leaky system. Water can leak from an air conditioning system and into a home. Depending on the position of the indoor portion of the unit, it may leak into a room of the home and damage valuables or the walls, cabinetry, or flooring.
We’ve heard it time and time again: an air conditioner stops cooling sufficiently and someone says, “Do you think it just needs more Freon?” Freon is a trademarked name by Dupont, a term that is usually used in place of the generic term refrigerant.
You take your car to the mechanic for an oil change regularly because you want it to perform well and remain as fuel-efficient as possible. Your car is an important part of your life, just as your air conditioner is an important part of your home, which is why we think you should put the same amount of care and maintenance into this system.
In our area, it’s not strange to see pipes and other components of your home freezing—but not in the summer! When your air conditioner freezes, you should treated it as an air conditioning emergency.
Scheduling air conditioning repair with a professional is probably not your idea of a great day (even when you work with friendly technicians like ours). Most air conditioning issues should be handled by professionals, but there are some things you may be able to check on your own.
Although we pride ourselves on friendly, quality service, we understand just how frustrating it can be when an air conditioning system needs repair. You’re left with a broken down AC on a very hot day, and you have to stay home to wait for the technician to finish the job.
Are you ready to upgrade your air conditioning system? If you’ve struggled a great deal with a system that does little to improve your home comfort, the answer is likely a yes.
When your air conditioning system will not cool your home, you usually hope that it’s a simple fix that doesn’t require professional air conditioning repair. Upon discovering you don’t have air conditioning, you may check your air conditioner for any visible problems.
The spring weather in Pickering right is still cool, but you only need to flip over the calendar two pages to find the official start of summer. Your sleeping air conditioner will soon need to wake up to keep you cool for the warm season.
The thermostatic expansion valve, sometimes known as a TEX, TEV or TXV, is a critical piece to influence the efficiency of your Pickering air conditioning system. A tiny sensor controlling the evaporating phase of process, the valve can have a big effect.