Our experienced Amber HVAC technicians understand just how much damage dust can do to a heating and cooling system. As your air conditioner draws air in from the outdoors, it also inadvertently brings in dust and other contaminants. For the most part, these dust particles are prevented from coming into your home by your air filters. However, if your filters become clogged, the dust can get in and cause all manner of problems.
Have your utility bills been rising lately? If so, your HVAC system may be partially to blame. In this blog, Amber Air Conditioning, Inc. shares some common HVAC mistakes homeowners make that may be costing you money.
As a commercial property owner or manager, familiarity with common HVAC problems can help you anticipate potential HVAC-related disruptions, as well as make informed decisions that will help keep business operations running smoothly. In this blog, heating and air conditioning contractor Amber Air Conditioning discusses common commercial HVAC problems.
Many homeowners tend to perform heating system maintenance just as the fall season is edging into winter. While it may seem counter-intuitive, there are actually benefits to performing your heating maintenance in the summer instead. In this blog, Heating and air conditioning contractor Amber Air Conditioning shares a look at why you should have heating system maintenance performed this season.
Americans are the biggest air conditioning spenders in the world. According to the Energy Information Administration, 12% of the country’s energy total expenditure goes to cooling alone. Eighty-seven percent of American homes have some kind of air conditioning equipment, which means even households in cold areas somewhat rely on ACs too. Be ought to be mindful of our collective energy consumption to minimize our impact on the environment. After all, we get to cut down our utility bills if you use our Amber air conditioning units in a more eco-friendly way.