Short-cycling is a constant problem for residential or commercial HVAC systems, especially in areas with high humidity. This could result in unnecessary and premature wearing down of the system, inefficient energy consumption and poor humidity and indoor air quality control.
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.
Many homeowners rely on a central air conditioning unit to keep the indoors comfortable throughout the warm months. A central air conditioner cools the entire home, so a problem with the unit can greatly affect your comfort. It’s important to understand how it functions because this can help you deal with HVAC problems better and […]