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 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.
As March temperatures in Southern California are slowly rising up from cooler winter levels, homeowners are gradually shutting down their heating systems in preparation for spring. While we’re all looking forward to warmer weather in the days ahead, a number of homes will begin to display a common HVAC problem: a constantly running furnace. Amber Air Conditioning Inc. has resolved countless HVAC issues involving furnaces not shutting down or cycling on and off continuously. That’s why our professional technicians have decided to list below a few quick fixes that can help you out. Heat Exchange Problems With constant use, dirt and grime can build up in and around the heat exchange. This greatly reduces its capacity, while at the same time causes your furnace to consume more energy without providing any heating at all. You can avoid this issue by making sure that your HVAC system regularly gets seasonal maintenance. Air Filter Blockage Our pros […]