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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.
The ducts are the delivery system of your air conditioning and heating systems, and the job of the ducts seems quite simple. Ductwork doesn’t have any mechanical components; it simply acts as a pathway between your air conditioning system and the vents in your home.
Have you been seeing ads lately that are leading you to believe you need to replace your air conditioner due to a ban on R-22 refrigerant? These are mere tactics to get you to buy a new system. The reality is, while things are changing and we have to comply to new stringent environmental regulations, there is no ban – just a phase out.
It’s the experience of almost any air conditioning repair contractor that ice along the coils of an AC is one of the least understood malfunctions a system can suffer. Homeowners often ignore the problem when it occurs because their minds connect the cold air…
If your air conditioning system starts to ice up, don’t panic: this is a common problem that we get called to fix. However, you should definitely call for professional Whitby, ON air conditioning services, as this issue could be a sign of a more serious problem. Give us a call here at Advantage Airtech if you need any kind of air conditioning services. Or, read on below for a quick explanation of what might be causing your AC system to ice up.
Your air conditioning system is truly a feat of engineering that allows you to stay comfortable in your home no matter how hot it gets outside. In order to remove heat from your home, your air conditioning system uses a refrigerant. Here at Advantage Airtech, we wanted to let our customers know why this refrigerant is so important by explaining a little bit about how AC systems work.
When considering the HVAC system for a high-rise condominium, there are huge differences between that and a residential system. The expertise gained from residential heating and air conditioning work doesn’t translate well to commercial HVAC systems.
While not every HVAC system in your Newcastle home requires electricity, many of them do. Your air conditioner, furnace or water heater and ventilation system all need access to the central power line. So what does that mean for your system…
For hundreds of years, people have been trying to figure out how to stay cool in the heat of the summer. But it wasn’t until 1902 that the first modern air conditioner was put into service in Brooklyn, NY. Since then, many adjustments and improvements…