With “heat” in its name, a heat pump is often taken to be a heating product. However, this HVAC option is actually a heating and air conditioning installation solution all rolled into one. If you’re looking for a practical answer to your HVAC needs, a heat pump might be right up your alley.
An HVAC system with an efficient air filtration component is important, as it draws in air that contains dust and other types of airborne particulates. In this blog, air conditioning repair contractor Superior Air discusses the kind of damage dust can cause in HVAC systems.
Superior Air has been a leading name in the air conditioning installation, maintenance and repair industry for years. Our flawless record of satisfied customers is thanks in large part to the quality products and training we’ve received from Carrier®. This year, a Carrier product has been named as a finalist for Consulting-Specifying Engineer (C-SE) magazine’s Product of the Year award.
Your air conditioner should be pumping out cool air, not water. If your unit is leaking water, it may be time to call in the professionals for a much-needed air conditioning repair. However, before you do, it’s important to understand the basics of how air conditioning units work and where the water could be coming from so you’ll know what to do the next time the problem arises.
While you may not have heard of “Dirty Sock Syndrome”, there’s a chance you might have smelled it. Dirty Sock Syndrome is characterized by strong odors that are very similar to the smell of dirty gym socks. This problem is caused by poor, infrequent air conditioning maintenance and cleaning, and it’s important to know how to properly deal with the issue to prevent it from happening again.