October 18th, 2021
October is a month to start considering your heating needs for the approaching winter. The true cold weather is still some distance off, but the mild weather of this time of fall is ideal for having heating maintenance and other important jobs taken care of. One service you might need this fall is getting a new heating system.
You might already have suspicions that your current heater is no longer up to the challenge of winter and it’s best to retire it. This is a big decision, and you don’t want to make it hastily. We can help! In fact, you will need professionals to take care of any heating installation in Little Rock, AR, so consult our technicians early if you’re unsure about the condition of your current heater.
Below we’ll examine some of the tell-tale signs of a heating system ready for replacement.
October 4th, 2021
The short answer is yes. The long answer is that it isn’t as automatic as that. There are many different types of air purifiers, and to find the best air purifier in North Little Rock, AR to improve the indoor air quality in your home takes a bit more than pulling down a portable air purifier from a store rack and then plugging it in.
If you want to enjoy the best benefits of an air purifier, you’ll need to have professionals install a whole-house air purification system. This type of air purifier is integrated into your HVAC system and cleans the air all throughout your home.
September 20th, 2021
If you’re asking yourself whether you have an AC that’s had its last summer run, then you’ve come to the right place to start looking for an answer. Getting a solid answer, the right answer, will require help from HVAC pros who are experienced with aging air conditioners and determining when it’s best to repair a system and when to replace it.
In this post, we’re going to provide you with some advice about your current AC that can help you focus on whether it’s ready to retire this fall so you can start with fresh cooling the next time you need it.
September 6th, 2021
Have you noticed something isn’t right with your air conditioner? It’s not that it isn’t running, or that you’re not receiving cooling from it. No, the trouble is that the AC has gotten jittery with how it turns on and off. You hear the compressor kick-on far more often than usual, and the AC never seems to run long enough no matter the indoor temperature. But the AC also never seems to stay off for long either.
If you think this quick stop-and-start behavior is a problem, you’re correct. We’ll shed some light on what’s going on, why it’s going on, and how to stop it from going on.
August 23rd, 2021
Your AC has several ways to warn you something is not right. It doesn’t yet have the ability to self-diagnose its problem and provide a warning via the thermostat screen (the technology will get there eventually), but it has other options. One of the best is making strange or loud sounds.
You know what an air conditioning system sounds like since you’ve spent plenty of time in homes and buildings with them. ACs generate a “white noise” of whirring motors and humming compressors with the occasional clicking sound at start-up and water dripping into the condensate pan. Anything that goes outside these boundaries, or the AC making more noise than usual, is a warning to call for air conditioning service in Bryant, AR. Technicians can investigate the sound and see what repairs will correct the problem. The sooner you have professionals on the job, the less expensive and expansive the repair is likely to be.
To help you understand what you’re listening for, we’ve listed a few of the sounds you don’t want to hear coming from your AC, along with explanations of what they might mean.
August 9th, 2021
You don’t normally want water leaking from any appliance or any part of your home. If you spot water starting to pool around the base of the indoor cabinet of your AC, you’re right to think that it’s abnormal. Your air conditioner creates water as part of how it operates—in fact, you can often hear the water dripping in it when it runs—but a central AC is designed to keep the water from getting into your house. When you notice water escaping from the AC, it’s usually a warning to call us for air conditioning repair in Conway, AR.
July 26th, 2021
Humidity is one of the big obstacles against comfort during our summers. The extra moisture in the air is like putting on a coat on a hot day: it traps heat inside our bodies, making us feel hotter than the actual temperature. When humidity is above 70%—and this happens often in the Conway area—the temperature can feel 8° to 10° hotter. This makes a subtle difference when you consider that an 85°F day will feel like it’s 95°F!
But you have an air conditioning system, and that should take care of you indoors. But hold on a minute … does your AC really do anything to dehumidify your home? The short answer is that an AC does some dehumidification, but it’s not specifically a dehumidifier and won’t make an enormous difference in comfort.
July 12th, 2021
We’re glad you’re asking this question, because it means you know that ice shouldn’t form on your AC. People often make the mistake of thinking ice is a natural outcome of how an air conditioner works. But it’s not.
If ice starts to form along parts of an air conditioner, it signals a malfunction that has thrown off the way the system absorbs heat from the air inside the house. There are several potential causes for ice appearing on an AC, and we’re going to examine the most common of them. In most cases, it will take AC repair in Benton, AR to correct the problem.
June 28th, 2021
A well-installed air conditioning system from a trusted manufacturer that receives annual maintenance should run into few repair needs during its service life. But nothing can prevent all AC malfunctions, and one particular problem homeowners may encounter is an AC leaking refrigerant. Even a small leak can spell big trouble for an air conditioner—if not repaired, loss of refrigerant in an AC will eventually cause the system to break down and need a replacement.
Below we’ll look closer at the trouble with refrigerant leaks and how you can detect them early enough so you can call us for the air conditioning service in Conway, AR that will keep your comfort system working.
June 1st, 2021
No problem! It’s dilemmas like this that are the reason we’re in business. We can handle whatever AC repair in Little Rock, AR you need to have your household made cool once more. Our technicians will get to the root of the problem with your AC.
Before you call us for help, let’s take a closer look at why your home’s central air conditioning system is falling down on the job. If the AC is running and you feel cool air from the vents, but the house still feels stuffy and uncomfortable, there are several potential causes. Some you may even be able to correct yourself.