This may have happened to you at some point: your air conditioner’s indoor unit appears to be running fine, but it’s not blowing cold air. Then you check the outdoor unit and it seems to be turned off. Before you call for repairs, read this quick guide shared by Amber Air Conditioning Inc. on how to troubleshoot this problem.
Not all HVAC contractors perform HVAC commissioning, the testing phase that immediately follows — or should follow — the installation process. In today’s post, Amber Air Conditioning Inc. explains why this is an important step that your air conditioning contractor should take right after installing your new HVAC system.
Appliances with metal components are vulnerable to corrosion, especially if they’re exposed to outdoor conditions. This description certainly applies to air conditioners. In today’s post, local HVAC company Amber Air Conditioning Inc. shares a look at what causes corrosion and what you can do about it.
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.