Snellville Heating, Air and Plumbing Blog: Archive for the ‘Air Conditioning’ Category

Are Frozen Coils a Risk for Your AC? 

Monday, June 10th, 2024

Thinking about the possibility of frozen AC coils may not be particularly alarming. In fact, you may think that frozen coils mean that your air conditioner is extra cold. But unfortunately, the opposite is true.  Instead of boosting cooling, your AC is likely producing warmer air thanks to the ice buildup blocking refrigerant lines. 

You can keep reading to learn more about why frozen coils are bad news for your home’s air conditioner or heat pump. If you notice any of the signs we are highlighting or suspect your unit has frozen coils, give our team a call to schedule air conditioner repair in Conyers, GA.

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Troubleshooting Foul Odors in Your Ductless AC

Monday, May 27th, 2024

If you have a ductless mini split system, keeping it clean is crucial to maintaining good operation. If your ductless unit isn’t clean, it may begin to produce bad odors as a result. You can keep reading to learn more about some of the bad odors that might come from your ductless mini split and what they mean. 

Then give our team a call for your Covington AC repair. After we address any bad odors in your ductless mini split, we can give you feedback on how to prevent bad smells from happening again in the future.

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Setting Your Thermostat the Right Way

Monday, May 13th, 2024

Did you know that setting your thermostat correctly can help to optimize energy efficiency while also keeping your home and family comfortable? It’s true, and we are highlighting some of our best tips for optimizing your thermostat settings.

If you ever suspect that something is wrong with your air conditioner, give our team a call for air conditioning repair in Buford. Sometimes air conditioner problems are actually thermostat problems, and we can check out both your AC and accompanying thermostat. In the meantime, you can keep reading to learn more about how to set your thermostat in each season as well as other tips for saving money on energy costs.

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Tips for Choosing a Reputable HVAC Team

Monday, March 18th, 2024

If you’re looking at local HVAC companies in Monroe, you’ve probably realized that there are a lot of options. How do you know which HVAC team is the best to partner with? There are a lot of great contractors in the area, including our own. 

We’ve compiled a list below that can help guide you in selecting an HVAC company to complete maintenance, repairs, and even installations for your home. You can keep reading to learn more about the factors that you should consider when hiring an HVAC contractor for any home project.

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Spring Is on the Horizon: 3 Tips

Monday, February 19th, 2024

Winter is officially more than halfway over, and spring is just around the corner. You may be looking forward to warmer weather and being outside more. But before we switch over to air conditioning, there are some steps you can take to prepare your HVAC system and your home for warmer temperatures.

If you find that you need services for HVAC in Winder, GA, you can give our team a call to schedule an appointment. In the meantime, you can keep reading for our top three spring tips to get your home and HVAC system prepared for the spring season. 

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Why Newer Central AC Units Are More Efficient

Monday, September 18th, 2023

When you think about air conditioning options for your home, central air conditioners are probably at the top of the list. Yet they have a bad reputation for being less efficient than other cooling options. However, technology in the HVAC industry has grown by leaps and bounds, making central ACs highly efficient.

In fact, a central air conditioner may be just what your home needs. If you want to schedule air conditioning installation in Mountain, GA, give our team a call. You can also keep reading to learn more about central air conditioners, including why newer units are so much more efficient.

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It’s Time to Upgrade From a Window AC

Monday, July 24th, 2023

If you currently have a window air conditioner, it’s time to make the upgrade to a central air conditioner. A window unit simply cannot keep up with your cooling needs. One room or area of your house may stay cool, but there are likely hotspots in other rooms where your window unit doesn’t reach.

If you’re interested in central air installation in Monroe, GA, give our team a call. We can assess your home and help you choose a unit that best fits your needs. No matter how big or small your home is, we have a solution for you. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of central air conditioners and some of your other cooling options.

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A Clogged Condensate Drain Is a Big Deal

Monday, June 26th, 2023

As part of the cooling process, your air conditioner removes humidity from the air in your home. This humidity drains out via your air conditioner’s condensate drain line. If there is a clog in this drain line, water can back up and leak out into your home. 

You have a condensate drain pan, so you may not think that a leak is a big deal. After all, isn’t that why the pan is there to begin with? But any leak coming from your air conditioner is a sign that it’s time to schedule AC service in Mountain, GA. You can keep reading to learn more about condensate drain clogs and why they are a problem worth addressing immediately.

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Refrigerant Leaks Are Bad News

Monday, May 15th, 2023

There are a lot of things that could go wrong with your air conditioner, but a refrigerant leak is perhaps one of the worst. Refrigerant leaks can impact your air conditioner, home and family in a variety of ways.

If you think that you have a refrigerant leak, then you need AC repair in Covington, GA. You can keep reading to learn more about how to identify refrigerant leaks and why they are so dangerous for your home and family. 

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Why a Clogged Condensate Drain Is a Big Problem

Monday, May 1st, 2023

Your air conditioner has a condensate drain that helps to collect and channel away moisture that your AC collects during the cooling process. But drops of water are not the only thing entering that drain. It’s also possible for small dust and dirt particles along with other debris to get trapped in the drain. 

Over time, this can lead to condensate drain clogs. It’s possible that water will back up either into your air conditioner or around the surrounding walls and floor, which can be a big problem. You can keep reading to learn more about why this happens and how you can prevent it. If you do have a condensate drain clog, you can give us a call for air conditioning repair in Lawrenceville, GA.

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