Portable Air Conditioners

Portable Air Conditioners vs Window Air Conditioners

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With summer temperatures getting higher and higher, we all rely on air conditioning to help us survive. And even though most homes and offices have air conditioning installed, there is always that one room that seems to be hotter than anywhere else. Maybe it gets more sun than the rest of your space? Or perhaps the occupant likes a lower …

Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air

Why is My Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?

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Imagine the scene; you get in from work after a long hard day and a hot, sweaty commute, turn on the air conditioning, settle back in your favorite chair and feel the temperature RISING, not falling. You immediately check the thermostat setting, it’s normal. You check the system setting, it’s on cool, not heat. Then you check the air coming …

Roof-top unit

What is an RTU HVAC System?

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If you are thinking of having your HVAC system replaced, maybe you should consider switching to an RTU HVAC system, especially if it is a commercial property in question. What is an RTU HVAC System? In the world of HVAC, RTU stands for Roof-top unit. In traditional HVAC systems some components, such as the condenser coils and compressor, are housed …

VRF system

What is VRF Air Conditioning System?

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Just as you have got to grips with the difference between split ac and central AC along comes a new one; the Variable Refrigerant Flow System — VRF. Actually, it’s not that new. It has been in use in Europe an Asia for decades, but it is only in the last five to ten years that it has started to …

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How to Avoid Getting Ripped off By AC Repair Man

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Although we all rely heavily on our air-conditioning to keep us comfortable, when it comes to how they actually work, most homeowners don’t know their compressors from their condensers, leaving them vunerable to being taken advantage of by unscrupulous repairmen. The best way to avoid this is to try to gain at least a rudimentary knowledge of how your system …

Air conditioning units

How Long Does A Central Air Conditioner Last?

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With the winter finally behind us and warm weather approaching, homeowners across the country are looking nervously at their aging air conditioner units and wondering if it will make it through another season or will they be left suffocating in the heat and humidity at the height of summer as they wait for the repairman to give them the bad …

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Can You Be Allergic to Air Conditioning?

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Do you find yourself sneezing every time you turn on the air conditioner? If you do, you’ve probably asked yourself are you allergic to air conditioning? It would seem a reasonable conclusion to make if you are suffering from what appear to be air conditioner allergy symptoms, but does such an allergy exist? Can you be allergic to air conditioning? …

Air Conditioner not Blowing

Why is My Air Conditioner not Blowing?

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There’s nothing worse than turning the AC on, hearing all the right noises and seeing all the right lights, but not feeling that welcome blast of cool air. After a moment of confusion, you realize the awful truth — the AC is running but not blowing air. And that’s when you start to panic — not only are you stuck …

Compressor repair

R22 AC Compressor Repair and Replacement Options

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If your air conditioner is over 10 years old, it probably uses R22 refrigerant. This refrigerant, commonly known as Freon, was first introduced in the 1950s and quickly became the standard refrigerant used in the HVAC industry. It was not until a few decades later that it was identified as one of the main contributors to ozone depletion. Production and …

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Reasons Behind Air Conditioner Running Continuously (Won’t Shut Off)

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The hum of air conditioning has become such a part of everyday life, that it’s something we hardly notice anymore. However, it’s worth focussing your attention on it every now and then as the sounds your AC unit makes are an important tool in diagnosing potential problems. If you notice, for example, that your air conditioner is running continuously, without …