Your air conditioning system is not hooked up to your plumbing system—unless you have an evaporative cooler (which most people in our area do not). So why would water develop in an air conditioner? What happens to the water it produces?
Every now and again, we like to address some of the most common repair calls we receive from customers in our service area. This is one that any homeowner may come across, whether it’s an air conditioning system or a heater that’s affected: there’s no air coming from the vents.
When you think of spring cleaning, you think of dusting hard-to-reach places, vacuuming in corners, and sorting through closets and storage spaces. All of this cleaning can make you feel a lot better about clutter and the surfaces in your home, but it can make matters a lot worse when it comes to your air quality.
Last month we discussed the importance and benefits of replacing your heater with a high-efficiency system: it will last longer, use less energy, and save you money. But how do you know when it’s time to replace your system? With winter slowly but surely coming to an end, now is the time to consider this.
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