Air Conditioning Components Explained: The Capillary Tube

In order to provide your home with the desired amount of cooling, an air conditioner requires that all of its many components remain working within strictly specified limits. Unfortunately, many people fail to realize when such components fail to meet the minimum standards. Often this is because they do not understand the various components at play. This article will act to increase your knowledge of air conditioning mechanics by explaining the purpose of the component known as the capillary tube. [Read More]

Thermal Imaging Components: The Blower Door

Thermal imaging is one of the most effective way to identify problematic energy leaks in a home or business. This technique utilizes an infrared camera to detect places where cold air is finding its way into your home. Yet this camera is far from the only component involved. If you would like to learn more about the thermal imaging process, read on. This article will discuss the role played by an equally important component: the blower door. [Read More]

2 Things You Can Do To Reduce HVAC Noise In Your Office

It can be hard to conduct a phone conversation, or even a group meeting, with a noisy HVAC system rumbling overhead. This tends to be an especial problem for those working in open office spaces, where HVAC noise travels much more easily. If you would like to learn about some strategies for reducing such unwanted noise, read on. This article will discuss two effective tactics. Reconsider the placement of air handlers and ducts. [Read More]

Safe And Efficient Furnace Tips

Now that winter has arrived, it's time for you to get your gas furnace running efficiently and safely. These will help ensure that your family stays warm and safe this winter. Dust Off Furnaces, although located in ventilated spaces (if the structure is built to code), are often jammed into sparsely used closets, garages, basements, and other dust traps. When this dust and detritus is allowed to accumulate, critical internal components may rendered less than fully functional and, potentially, unsafe. [Read More]