Making it through a summer in Atlanta requires the steady services of an air conditioner—and that goes double for businesses, which have to look after the comfort needs of staff, customers, and clients in areas much larger than most homes.
If you are adding air conditioning to your home, but you do not have any ductwork installed, you may think your options are limited. Window air conditioners lack the performance and efficiency of central air conditioners, but what choice do you have?
If your air conditioning unit is finally ready for retirement, you may be curious about your options. While a technician could simply perform the necessary installation and leave, you may want to include further upgrades that could benefit your home and your AC for the life of the system.
As our daytime temperatures average around 90 degrees, no one wants to think about the possibility of experiencing problems with their air conditioner. Unfortunately, summer is the time of year when your AC runs the most, so it is also the most likely time to experience a breakdown.
To protect the integrity of the ductwork in your home, you will occasionally need to schedule repair work on the ventilation system. Leaking ducts will cause a drop in air pressure, leading to a loss of heating and cooling and a drain on power, and will also result in the infiltration of dust, dirt, and other contaminants into the ventilation system.
Here’s a scenario you don’t want to encounter on a hot summer day: an air conditioner that won’t switch into cooling mode (the compressor doesn’t come on) or won’t turn on at all (not even the fans turn on). However, you shouldn’t panic: with the assistance of professional Atlanta, GA air conditioning repair experts on the job, you should have your AC’s power restored in no time.
Centralized air conditioning systems are a common staple of most households, keeping us cool and comfortable on even the hottest days. When it comes to air conditioning, Ball Ground GA homes couldn’t survive any other way, as our hot, muggy summers can turn any unprotected house into a sauna bath.
Businesses need reliable heating and air conditioning just like residences do, especially in Georgia where the summers are as hot and muggy as they come. But just because they have the same basic needs doesn’t mean you can use the same system to keep both types of buildings cool.
If you notice that your house is not getting as cool as it should when you have the air conditioner running, check on the vents and feel the air coming from them. If the flow feels lower than normal, you may have an air conditioning system malfunction or a problem with the ventilation system.
If you are considering a replacement air conditioner for the spring, you must have a reason to think that the current system keeping you cool may not have the strength to make it through to the fall. How much life does the current AC have left, and is it efficient and prudent to continue with it through the summer?
Zone control systems refer to a way to divide a home up into different “zones” (often individual rooms, but sometimes as large as the upstairs and downstairs) that can have their temperatures set independently. This distinguishes them from most central heating and cooling systems, which provide the same temperature to all rooms whenever they turn on.
Good air conditioning in Atlanta is more than just a comfortable home. Our summers get hot here in Georgia, and a reliable air conditioning system is the best weapon you have in staying cool. Regular maintenance from a trained professional will keep your system up and running, but it’s not the only part of your house that helps you stay cool.
“Short-cycling” is a condition in an air conditioner (as well as other comfort systems) where the unit does not complete its normal cooling cycle and instead shuts off early. You can usually detect short-cycling in an AC because the system will continually turn on and off…
A heat pump works in two basic modes: cooling and heating. In cooling mode—which is almost identical to the operation of an air conditioner—a compressor pumps high temperature gaseous refrigerant to a reversing valve.
Winter officially ends at the close of March, and although we’ve still had some chilly days in Atlanta, we can expect the temperature to warm up during the next month to the point that our heaters will spend longer off than on.
Heat pumps use the same technology as air conditioners, only they use it to heat the home as well as cool it. The technology is quite sound, and while heat pumps struggle sometimes in cold climates (necessitating a smaller auxiliary furnace to pick up the slack)…
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