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.
If tune-ups aren’t part of your HVAC care and maintenance routine, they should be. In today’s post, Amber AC Inc. shares why your HVAC system should get a tune-up this spring.
Professionals who are servicing Carrier air conditioner and heating systems for efficiency will often focus on optimizing the airflow inside your home. Most HVAC systems rely on effective airflow planning to ensure good performance. Many homeowners take the flow of air inside their homes for granted, often resorting to leaving large open avenues in their floor layout for air to blow through and leaving it at that.
HVAC repairs are in high demand during the summer, as air conditioners that need repairs require immediate attention. Along with increased demand comes unscrupulous individuals who try to take advantage of unsuspecting homeowners. In today’s post, Amber Air Conditioning shares tips on how to avoid common air conditioner repair scams.
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.