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Month: June 2023

Get Rid of Your AC’s Frozen Coils

Your air conditioner’s job is to cool your home, and of course, some of its components get quite cold in order to do so. Have you noticed ice forming on your AC unit’s evaporator coils? Ice means things are very cold, right? So it’s a good sign? Not at all! It’s an indication that something is going very wrong, and the ice itself makes the problem get worse faster. Here’s some information on why it might be happening and what to do about it.

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3 Common Problems with a Blower Fan

We talk often on this blog about some of the components of your air conditioner being particularly critical to its operation. The refrigerant is an obvious one, since that’s what absorbs the heat from your home and then releases it outside. And the compressor is what makes all that possible, pressurizing that refrigerant and keeping it moving. But no amount of cooling power will actually keep your home comfortable if the blower fan doesn’t work. Here are three of the most common issues that can cause your air conditioner’s blower fan to stop delivering that cool air to where it’s

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Get Rid of Your AC’s Frozen Coils

Your air conditioner’s job is to cool your home, and of course, some of its components get quite cold in order to do so. Have you noticed ice forming on your AC unit’s evaporator coils? Ice means things are very cold, right? So it’s a good sign? Not at all! It’s an indication that something is going very wrong, and the ice itself makes the problem get worse faster. Here’s some information on why it might be happening and what to do about it.

Continue Reading

3 Common Problems with a Blower Fan

We talk often on this blog about some of the components of your air conditioner being particularly critical to its operation. The refrigerant is an obvious one, since that’s what absorbs the heat from your home and then releases it outside. And the compressor is what makes all that possible, pressurizing that refrigerant and keeping it moving. But no amount of cooling power will actually keep your home comfortable if the blower fan doesn’t work. Here are three of the most common issues that can cause your air conditioner’s blower fan to stop delivering that cool air to where it’s

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