Uneven airflow is a common problem for homeowners, and is the reason you might experience hot and cold spots in different rooms of your home. Airflow can be affected by a number of problems from dirty air filters and improper insulation to leaks in the ventilation and cracks in window sealing. Contact Conway Air Conditioning for a professional evaluation and custom indoor air quality solutions.
The size of your air conditioning system depends on the size of your home. An air conditioner that is too big or too small will perform less efficiently and less effectively than an appropriately sized unit. A professional AC technician can help you find the right sized air conditioner for your home’s square footage.
Reducing how often and how hard your heating and cooling units are working can help extend the life of your system. Try these three tips to conserve energy and decrease the wear and tear on your home comfort system: 1) Adjust your thermostat when you’re not at home. 2) Replace your air filters to allow even airflow. 3) Schedule regular maintenance with a professional HVAC company to identify trouble areas before they become serious.
We recommend scheduling an annual inspection and service call of your heating and cooling units to make sure everything is operating safely and efficiently for the new season.
Depending on how often your heating and cooling system is running, your air filters may need to be replaced every one to three months. Replacing your air filters improves your home’s indoor air quality, as well as the performance of your heating and cooling system.
If the filter is not cleaned and dried properly, mold can grow and spread through the ventilation. Therefore, washable and reusable air filters are not recommended.
In most cases, yes. Outdoor AC and Heat Pump units are built to work with a compatible indoor unit. By purchasing the units at the same time, you improve overall efficiency and performance, and may be eligible for a warranty that covers the whole system.
Low refrigerant levels, dirty evaporator coils, and defective blower motors are just three reasons that an air conditioning system might freeze up. If your air conditioner is frozen, contact Conway Air Conditioning for service.
Without remediation, your home’s indoor air quality can become more polluted than the air outside. Poor indoor air quality can have negative effects on your health, such as increased allergies, headaches, and respiratory illness.
In addition to frequent dusting and vacuuming, installing specialized technology, like air cleaners and purifiers, can improve the air in your home. Contact Conway Air Conditioning for a comprehensive indoor air analysis and state-of-the-art solutions.