What to Do When Your AC Stopped Working Suddenly Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Jun 29, 2018 Ever come home to a hot house at the end of the day or been at home when suddenly the AC doesn’t seem to be working? If you are like most people, you might have panicked and
How Do I Check for a Dirty Evaporator Coil? Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, May 16, 2013 Almost all air conditioning units have an evaporator coil that serves the purpose of removing heat from the air that passes through the filters of the units and making the coolant liquid in the evaporator coils absorb
Why Is My AC Working Downstairs But Not Upstairs and How Do I Fix It? Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Aug 13, 2020 Uneven cooling/heating is not an unusual problem. The most common complaint regarding imbalanced temps and HVAC units is that it cools the first floor, but not the second floor. Different temperatures
5 Benefits of a Climate Controlled Garage Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Jan 10, 2020 Whether you want to create the perfect billiards room or are just worried about preserving your vehicle’s longevity, a climate-controlled garage could be the answer. Read on for five ways a climate-controlled garage can benefit you!
17 Steps on how to Service AC Unit Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Dec 03, 2013 To reduce service calls, Snyder Heating and Air Conditioning, an industry-leading AC service company in Jacksonville FL, recommends these 18 easy-to-follow steps for the maintenance of your air conditioning system. They will come in handy for a first-time homeowner or
What Information Do I Need to Register Carrier Equipment? Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Dec 06, 2012 When registering your new AC unit, you will need to provide the manufacturer with your name, address, date of purchase, date of installation, serial number, and model number. It is important to register it as quickly as
How an AC Power Outage Affects Your Air Conditioner Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Aug 22, 2019 A power outage can throw your home into disarray. Everywhere you go, you find clocks blinking the wrong time, alarms in need of a reset, and useless chargers. The last thing you need is your air conditioner