3 Tips for Installing Garage Air Conditioning Systems

Your garage can be an extremely hot place in the summertime. If you want to make the most of your garage and get some work done in your garage in the summertime, you are going to want to install an air conditioner in your garage that is independent of the rest of your home.   Look into Building Codes Before you even start to think about adding a heater to your garage, you need to look into local building codes. You may need to get a permit before you install a garage air conditioning system. [Read More]

What You Need To Know To Remove Ice From Your Air Conditioner

Sometimes, it's possible to have too much of a good thing, and a frozen air conditioner is one of those things. When temperatures are rising, the last thing you need is for your air conditioner to ice up on you. Knowing how to deice your air conditioner will help you to prevent damage to your unit and get the cool air flowing again. Symptoms Of A Frozen Air Conditioner It may not be readily apparent that your air conditioner coils have frozen. [Read More]

Sounds To Pay Attention To With Your Air Conditioning System

Sometimes you can spot air conditioning problems by the way the house feels. The rooms may cool unevenly, the vents may not produce any cool air, the air may not come out of the vents as strongly as it used to, or other things may indicate problems. However, other times it can be sounds that let you know something is going on with the system. Different sounds can indicate different types of problems and here are some examples of a number of them. [Read More]

Which Commercial HVAC System Is Right For Your Business

Commercial heating and air conditioning need to work properly, especially if they are heating and cooling a space where you have people working, or the public is visiting. While the units serve the same purpose as the smaller, residential units, commercial HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems are much larger and can be more complicated than their residential counterparts. Roof Top HVAC units Many commercial HVAC units sit on the roof of the building and deliver heat and cool air through ductwork that runs through the building. [Read More]