HVAC capacitors are relatively small—no larger than beverage cans—yet the effects are definitely noticeable when they go bad. Your local furnace and air conditioning contractors at M&M share an overview of how HVAC capacitors affect your HVAC system and how to identify a bad one in this post.
The “auto” and “on” settings on an HVAC’s system blower may seem one and the same to many people, but they’re actually two different functions. In this blog, local central heat and air company M&M Heating & Air Conditioning Service Co. shares a look at these differences and the benefits of each.
According to a recent report from the International Energy Agency (IEA), 90% of all households across the United States are equipped with air conditioning systems serviced with the appropriate repair and maintenance program. With the national energy demand at an all-time high, there’s never a better time to invest in an energy-efficient cooling system.
There’s a certain level of obsession that people have whenever they buy something brand new. If that brand new thing is a heating and air conditioning system, consumers often make sure they’re running it at peak energy performance.
Having a more powerful air conditioner is not always a wise decision. A higher capacity AC is costly and can run up your energy bills during the summer. Worse, it can leave your house feeling clammy.