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By: Paul White | June 19, 2016

How Landscaping Mulching can cause problems with your HVAC system....

Now that most everyone has completed their landscaping for the Spring, and our AC systems are running routinely, homeowners need to make sure their landscaper didn't cover up their HVAC systems condensation drain line with mulch.   This is a common issue that occurs this time of year...and although it may several months before it is noticed, it will cause headaches and issues down if the A/C condensation drain line is buried under mulch and becomes clogged.


A condensation drain line can cause your system to shut down completely if your system as an drain line safety overflow safety device, and can easily be reset once the drain line is unstopped and free flowing again.........

By: Paul White | May 17, 2016

Are there really lower cost alternative refrigerants available for Air Conditioning Systems using R22? 

Unfortfunately, the cost of R22 refrigerant continues to increase, but become educated and don’t be fooled if someone tries to sell you 22a as a lower cost alternative to HCFC-22 (R-22) for recharging your home air-conditioning system.  

Recently some chemical manufactures have created a "replacement" for R22, by using a mixture of refrigerants, and propane to create an alternative to R22.    But  can be dangerous to use propane in residential HVAC applications.  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says that using a propane-based refrigerant in an air conditioner that is not designed to use propane or flammable refrigerants p...

By: Paul White | December 31, 2015

We have all heard the old adage – If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!  While in many cases this is great advice, when it comes to ensuring you get the maximum life and efficiency of your HVAC system, there are some components that do need periodic servicing.  Let’s discuss the main components of a typical residential HVAC system and highlight what components require periodic replacement due to normal usage and what components need to be maintained in order to prevent significant expenditures and repairs down the road.  Once a homeowner understands some of the basics of their system, they can be better informed on making decisions regarding how to best maintain their HVAC system by either doing some parts of the maintenance themselves or by usi...


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