AirFlow

  • Are Dirty Evaporative Coils Restricting Your Cold Air Flow?

    CoilThe AC evaporator coil is an important part of the air conditioning system. As the Evaporator Coil pulls heat out of your home’s air, the liquified Freon is allowed to evaporate. It is the liquified Freon that pulls the heat from your house and results in the lowering of the air temperature.

  • Clogged Air Flow?

    closet clutterSometimes when people are saying the air flow is not what it used to be, I find clutter in the AC/Furnace closet and a clogged filter.  

  • Indoor Airflow Design for Your Central Air Unit

    We all know that with a central air conditioning system the air comes out of vents that are in different rooms in a house, and we also know that there's an air filter somewhere in the house that needs to be changed regularly.

    Did you know the air conditioning vents are located in precise places? Did you wonder why the thermostat is located in that hallway, or why two story houses usually have two air conditioning units? These questions and others are easily answered, and can empower people with some of the basic knowledge necessary to maximize the life of their central air unit.