Homeowners tend to overlook the importance of proper handling of their heating & air conditioning units. Most of the time, for as long as the units are running properly, heating and cooling rooms as expected, they are considered to be working fine.
However, what most people don’t realize is that they may be doing some things that are actually harmful to their units. Here are some things you may be doing that may lead to your unit’s failure sooner or later.
You Rely Solely on Your Air Conditioner
Yes, your AC is primarily designed to create cool air for interior use. However, if you could ease the burden of the job on it, then you should do it. Most people turn off their fans simply because the AC is already running. Actually, however, and especially during the summer, your AC unit may end up working doubly hard just to counter the hot air in the room. This could mean bigger energy consumption as the unit struggles to produce more cool air. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2riNmia
It’s hard to get a good night’s sleep when your AC is making a ruckus. While many homeowners are familiar with the unsettling sound of an unquiet air conditioner, few actually understand the reasons for these sounds. Following is a quick review of the most common noises ACs make and the likely causes of these sounds.
A banging sound in your AC may mean a couple of things. For one, it can indicate a loosened rod or crankshaft—possibly a broken one. It can also point to more serious problems, such as a busted compressor that needs replacement. Because there are many variables that can explain the banging noise, it’s best to consult with a Maple Grove, MN heating & air conditioning contractor. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2q1ISP9
You may think that the air filter is just a cardboard box full of fibers or material and surely can’t be that important in the smooth operation of your heating & air conditioning system. Actually, The air filter is an extremely important component which you simply cannot afford to ignore.
What Does the Air Filter Do?
Your air filter will be made up of spun fiberglass material, pleated paper, or cloth which sits in a cardboard frame. Its basic function is to clean any air which is circulating through your heating & air conditioning system.
The filter will trap and hold various particles and contaminants which are harmful to your health, these include dust and dirt, pollen, mold and mold spores, hair and animal fur, wood and metal particles, and even bacteria and microorganisms. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2nDdiSP