As you’re sitting in your air-conditioned home in the waning days of summer, the last thing on your mind is getting your heater checked out. You want to enjoy the last fleeting days of summer before the crisp fall returns to your North Carolina home. However, before you get caught with a malfunctioning heater in the cold winter months, getting your heater checked out ahead of time can ensure your system is working when you need it most.
An air conditioner is vital in keeping your home cool and comfortable during the hot summer months. And while doing so, the appliance typically forms small amounts of condensation. However, if you notice water paddling under and leaking from the unit, the immediate course of action should be to seek professional air conditioning repair services as soon as possible.
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended daily life in numerous ways. From social distancing measures to mask mandates, it's no secret that the world looks quite different than it did in pre-COVID times.
A thermostat plays an important role in keeping your home cool during the summer and warm during the winter months. However, a thermostat can eventually experience problems over time due to its age. Replacing your thermostat can improve your energy efficiency while also making it much easier for you to control your home's temperature
One problem many homeowners experience is "short-cycling" of their heat pump. Short-cycling is when the unit turns off and on repeatedly and rapidly while never attaining the desired temperature set on the thermostat. Here are some possible reasons why your system is short-cycling and why you should have the experts at Airflow Masters Heating & Cooling come and check it out.
If you use a heat pump to warm your North Carolina home or business, you know the efficiencies this type of system offers. By using the naturally heated air from below the earth's surface, you use less energy to keep the air inside your home comfortable year-round, helping to reduce your utility costs as well as your carbon footprint.