Our professionals at Amber Air HVAC understand just how much damage an ill-timed storm can cause your air conditioning system. With all the other sources of stress brought about by inclement weather, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not your HVAC system has been affected. Nevertheless, it’s important to recognize the early warning signs of storm damage. This way, you can take all the necessary steps to mitigate problems or even head them off before they become more serious.
Capacitors are a miniscule component relative to an HVAC system, yet when it goes bad, there will be noticeable effects. In this blog, Amber HVAC discusses what makes capacitors important to heating and cooling systems.
With the spring season only weeks away, you need to think about your home’s indoor air quality, especially if you or your loved ones experience allergies during this season. In this blog, local HVAC company Amber shares a quick guide on how to tell if your home’s indoor air quality needs to be improved.
Heat pumps and furnaces are two of today’s most popular heating systems. In this blog, our experienced Amber HVAC technicians discuss the differences between the two, and how to determine which one is best for your home.
Many people seem to overlook the fact that the “V” in “HVAC” stands for ventilation. Lack of maintenance and the incorrect usage of your HVAC system will result in poor indoor air quality, which can lead to problems such as inadequate humidity and the spread of allergens and bacteria. In this blog, your local HVAC contractor Amber Air Conditioning Inc. shares the signs that your building’s HVAC system as affecting indoor air quality.