Have you ever wondered what goes into a heating or air conditioning system for a large office building or another large building like a mall or a school? My name is Evelyn, and I am an HVAC architect. I design heating and air conditioning systems for large, corporate buildings. Making sure that a large building with many rooms or offices is efficiently heated and cooled is a very large job and is much more complicated than simply heating or cooling a home. This blog will educate the reader on how heating and cooling jobs this large are designed and completed.
6 October 2020
As a homeowner, you likely aim to protect your home because it is one investment that most people intend to have for most or all of their lives. Seasonal maintenance of systems such as your HVAC, electrical, and roofing systems is imperative to reduce the chances of significant property damage or a need for extensive repairs. Perhaps you consider HVAC maintenance as something that needs to get performed at certain intervals.
3 September 2020
Having an air conditioning system that works properly is likely appreciated by most homeowners. However, some individuals may not realize the importance of getting their HVAC systems serviced to ensure that they do not face inconveniences and expensive repairs. If you equip yourself by knowing signs that you may need AC repairs, you could protect yourself against damages that could result in you needing a new air conditioning installation. Even with the best maintenance strategies in place, you will eventually need to replace your AC system for issues related to age.
4 August 2020
Don't be caught in the heat this summer. If you are having any of the following five issues, it is time to call an AC repair tech for more help. 1. A Spike In Your Cooling Bill If your energy bill goes up more than you expect it to, then the culprit could be an AC issue. Problems like short cycling, running longer than necessary, and poor energy usage are things that can sometimes be remedied with a minor repair.
2 July 2020
On a particularly hot day, you may have noticed that the temperature inside of your house is only slightly cooler than the outdoors. Upon further investigation, you may have discovered that there is not as much cool air blowing out of your vents. If so, use the following tips to check your A/C unit for possible issues that have relatively simple solutions. 1. Check for Foliage Blocking Airflow Around the Unit
28 May 2020
Water leaks are a common complaint when it comes to air conditioners, but your furnace could also suffer issues that lead to a puddle of water around the appliance. It can be especially alarming to discover a puddle around the furnace, particularly if your unit runs off a liquid fuel like oil, but water leaks and furnaces aren't as rare as one may think. The following can help you better understand the cause and repair protocols for this problem.