Storms can cause damage to your air conditioner in all sorts of ways, which is why we highly recommend getting an HVAC inspection after a serious storm. Costly repairs can be prevented if cooling problems are spotted early. In today’s blog post, Reliable Air Conditioning & Heating, the leading heating and cooling expert in our local area, discusses the signs that your air conditioner might have been damaged by a storm.
Air conditioning technology has since improved over the years from when it was first introduced. Now, more units are energy-efficient and can cool an area using less electricity. Read more
Unlike heating, air conditioning is a much more complicated process. This is because instead of using energy to generate heat, air conditioning units use energy to take heat away. Common air conditioners often make use of compression cycles to extract heat from your home and channel it outdoors. Read more