Keeping Your Air Conditioners Fully-Functional Always

June 02, 2013  //  Posted by: cooldude  //  Category: Heating & Air Conditioning

Air Conditioners, An Air conditioner is a very useful electrical appliance and it is almost found installed in each and every modern home now. But most of the people usually do not care about its servicing and maintenance. The end result of this ignorance is that the electricity is wasted and when the air conditioner does not function the repair work turns out to be very costly.

You should do the following to keep the air conditioner fully-functional: Change the air filters of the air conditioner regularly. If possible keep changing them each month. This will ensure better functionality and reduce the chances of the air conditioner getting damaged.

Along with this you must hire a competent mechanic to do the maintenance work for you every month. This way you will avoid spending a lot of money when the air conditioner totally shuts down due to low maintenance.

If you give due attention to the working of your air conditioner then it will function efficiently for years.

 

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning

February 14, 2010  //  Posted by: CTSI Home Maker  //  Category: Heating & Air Conditioning, Home Appliances

nullHeating, ventilation and air conditioning fall under the climate control system that occupies an important part in office and homes in the US. Generally known as HVAC system, they fulfill two important functions:

HVAC offers and maintains “thermal comfort”.
Secondly, it helps maintain air quality of air indoors.

Energy efficient cooling system rated with SEER 9 and above is popular in the US. By converting to SEER 13 from 9, one can reduce power consumption almost by 30 percent. This is a great thing as almost $300 can be saved every year.

Energy efficient heating systems like zoned heating, water heating and geothermal heating have become popular. Modern technology has made it possible to save energy.

Besides, some companies have also invented technology to enhance the efficiency of the already existing HVAC system. Replacing the existing one can be expensive, so you can install these. One example of such a technology is the Cool-N-Save™ add-on. So now, you can utilize your HVAC system and still save.