Common Causes Of The Compressor-Destroying Liquid Slugging Problem
18 July 2016
The air conditioning process is dependent on the ability of the air conditioning system to convert liquid refrigerant to a gas and then back to a liquid. To cool air, the liquid refrigerant absorbs heat from the passing air. This usually causes it to evaporate. But since the system needs to reuse this refrigerant, the system has to convert it back into a liquid. Part of the conversion process involves compressing the refrigerant gas and this is what a compressor does.
Thinking About Radiant Heating? 3 Things You Should Know
28 May 2016
Building a custom home is great. You get to make sure that everything that goes into the home is exactly what you want. This includes all the operating systems, including your heating. When it comes to choosing the heating system for your home, it's important that you take the time to understand everything you can about each option. Here are three things to think about if your considering radiant floor heating for your new home.
Two Reasons Why Your Home Needs a Tankless Water Heater
11 April 2016
If you're in the market for a new water heater, you have a number of options at your disposal: a traditional, fully-tanked model; a hybrid water heater; a solar water heater; and a condensed version. But if you're looking for the model that will operate as energy-efficient as possible, you should look no further than the tankless water heater. Instead of storing a supply of hot water, the tankless water heater uses hot coils to heat the water up on an on-demand basis.
What Areas To Check When Your Air Conditioner Is Not Working Properly
9 February 2016
When your air conditioner is not working properly, you need to determine the cause of the problem. By checking a few areas first, you can try to determine which portion is not working so you can get it repaired in a timely fashion.
Leaking Expansion Valve
If you are noticing that the air coming into your home is not cold, you want to check the expansion valve. This valve removes the pressure from the refrigerant so that it can change from a liquid to a vapor.