With summer upon us, many people are placing a high priority on keeping cool. This is especially important in commercial buildings, which typically have more problems with things like climate control. Though your commercial air conditioner is a great asset for keeping comfortable during the summer, it doesn’t endure forever. It’s important to recognize when your commercial air conditioner is getting close to breaking down permanently, so you can have it replaced as soon as possible. Read on for some of the more common signs that your air conditioner is in need of replacement.
Shavitz Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for June, 2015
Commercial air conditioning is just as important as residential air conditioning. After all, you probably spend at least 40 hours a week in your office building. That’s a lot of time to suffer in a stiflingly hot building without a working air conditioner. No one wants to deal with that, which is why commercial air conditioning repairs are so important. Read on for some of the signs that your commercial air conditioner needs some professional repairs.
One of the biggest problems to afflict air conditioners is short cycling. This is when your air conditioner keeps turning itself on and off every few minutes. While this may seem more annoying than dangerous, it can actually cause catastrophic damage to the system if allowed to continue for a length of time.
The air in your home is teeming with millions upon millions of microscopic particles, most of them harmful in large enough doses. Dust, dirt, pollen, germs, mold spores, and the like are all common in homes. These can cause all sorts of health problems, from allergy attacks to illnesses. The best way to get rid of these contaminants is to install an air purifier in your home. Read on for some of the most popular air purifier types that can remove contaminants from your home.
As summer gets closer and closer, more and more people are going to start using their central air conditioners to keep cool. As great as central air conditioning is, though, it has its share of disadvantages. Central AC suffers from its “one size fits all” approach to home cooling. It can cool all of the home, or none of it; there is no variance at all. Unfortunately, this creates hot and cold spots in many houses where rooms have differences in insulation. It also means that the system wastes a lot of output on empty rooms. Fortunately, there is a solution to these disadvantages. Read on to find out more about the benefits of zone control.