Use a Condensate Pump to Prevent Air-Conditioner Condensate Complications

When warm air passes over an air conditioner's evaporator coil, its moisture-holding capacity is usually reduced. This has the effect of leading to the formation of a condensate over the coils. To keep the air conditioner's metallic housing from succumbing to moisture-induced rusting, manufacturers usually fit air conditioners with a condensate drainage system that usually guides this moisture away from the unit. Unfortunately, this system sometimes fails in its moisture-guiding mission, something that then leads to air-conditioner complications. [Read More]

Tips On Keeping Your Ductless Air Conditioning Running Smoothly

If you've recently had your older home or building retrofitted with a split, or ductless air conditioning, then you may want to know a little bit about keeping it running. Just because you don't have any air ducts, your system isn't maintenance-free. As with all central air conditioning systems, there are some components which require regular maintenance to keep the cold air flowing. Not only will regular maintenance make sure that your home stays cool, it will keep your bills down because your equipment won't be overworked. [Read More]

5 Ways To Keep Your Air Conditioing Costs Low

Running your air conditioning all day can put a pretty big dent in your energy bills. It is easy to spend hundreds of dollars a month on cooling costs during the summer, especially if you live in a big home. However, if you make a few changes, you can save some money. Here are five effective ways to keep your air conditioning costs low: Do not Forget to Replace the Air Conditioning Filters [Read More]

Updating Your Home Heating System: Options For You

When your old furnace or heating system finally goes out, you may find yourself wondering what you should do. Of course, you could always just replace your old heating system with another of the same kind. But if you are a person who prefers to know your options and to get the most out of your investment, then you should take the time to consider your many different options before you purchase and install your new heating system. [Read More]