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The heating and cooling of your home is very important, but it can also be very costly. Fortunately there are ways that you can take care of your air conditioner or other HVAC system to keep your appliances in working shape and your bills at a minimum. Here are a few tips for heating and cooling your home efficiently.
Just like any other appliance, you can get the most out of your heating and cooling systems by providing the proper maintenance. This will extend the working life of your HVAC appliances as well as reduce the amount of your energy bills. Make sure that you inspect your HVAC appliances at least once per year, and clean or replace your air filters on a monthly basis; this is especially important during the summer and winter when you use them the most.
Most people tend to recognize the fact that running a heater or air conditioner while the windows are open is a waste of energy. In many homes, however, air is still escaping through cracks and gaps. Be sure to seal your ducts and provide the proper insulation so that this air does not escape. Pay specific attention to the ducts in your attic, basement, and garage. Preventing the escape of air can help to reduce your energy bills and your carbon footprint by a substantial amount.
The best way to heat or cool your home efficiently is to use a high efficiency HVAC appliance. Modern appliances tend to be significantly more efficient than their older counterparts in that they make the most of the energy that they use. If your HVAC equipment is old or frequently malfunctioning, consider upgrading to a newer and more efficient model so that you can enjoy its benefits for years.
For more tips for heating and cooling your home efficiently contact Estes Heating and Air Conditioning or visit our website. We are happy to serve the Atlanta area with a wide array of HVAC services including air conditioner replacement and repair. You can find out more about our business by calling us at (404) 935-0170.
Last updated 8 days ago
When it comes to maintaining a comfortable indoor environment, a thermostat is a necessary appliance. There are many different types of thermostats, and they come with different perks. Keep reading if you need help in choosing a thermostat.
Heat only and cool only thermostats work for a single source of heat and one individual cooling source, respectively. Other thermostats are designed to control one source of heat and one source of cooling, while still others control multiple sources of each. A programmable thermostat is a nice investment because it can help you save money on your energy bills by providing a regular heating or cooling timetable. Thermostats may come with differently oriented faceplates including vertical, horizontal, or round, so you can always work them into the design of your home with ease.
Estes Heating and Air Conditioning is an Atlanta based HVAC service that specializes in residential air conditioning replacement and repair. If you are interested in learning more about our services, please feel free to stop in and see us or visit our website. You can also learn more about us by calling (404) 935-0170.
Last updated 15 days ago
Air conditioning problems can be frustrating, especially throughout the warmer months of the year. There are some problems that you can tackle on your own, while others will require the help of a professional HVAC service. Keep reading to take a look at some common air conditioning problems.
Failure to Cool
There are a multitude of reasons why your air conditioner may be failing to cool your space. The first thing to check is always your thermostat; make sure it is on and set to cool. If this is the case, your condenser may be the culprit. Make sure that it is clean and free from obstruction. Your condenser is especially prone to dirt and obstructions if it is located in an area of tall grass or weeds. If it is not obstructed, the problem may have to do with the compressor or the amount of refrigerant.
Your air conditioner cannot be very effective if it is constantly turning itself off, which becomes a problem when the weather is warm. This is another problem that may be due to dirt and obstruction. Clean your entire condenser unit as well as the evaporator and see if the problem is alleviated.
Calling Your Professional
Most air conditioning problems that have to do with cleaning can be handled by the owner of the unit. However, there are a handful of problems that will require the assistance of a trained HVAC professional. Any problems with your compressor or refrigerant should be handled by a professional. If your air conditioner fails to cool your space or continuously shuts off and it does not appear to be related with the cleanliness of the system, call your HVAC service and have someone professionally troubleshoot your unit.
Are you having air conditioner problems? Call Estes Heating and Air Conditioning at (404) 935-0170. We are an air conditioner repair and replacement service that operates out of the Atlanta area. Please feel free to visit our website or stop by and meet with us if you would like to know more about what we can do for you.
Last updated 20 days ago
A functioning furnace is imperative for your comfort, especially once the cooler months come around. In order to ensure your comfort it is important to recognize when it is time to replace your furnace with a new one. Watch this video to find out if your home needs a new furnace.
It is the responsibility of your furnace to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. If you find yourself adjusting the thermostat all the time, your furnace may be malfunctioning. Replace your furnace if it breaks down or calls for repairs too often. The average lifespan of this type of appliance is twelve to eighteen years.
If your home needs a new furnace, be sure to contact the heating professionals at Estes Heating and Air Conditioning. We pride ourselves on providing the Atlanta area with high quality HVAC services. Would you like to know more about us? Please do not hesitate to call us at (404) 935-0170 or visit our website.
Last updated 1 month ago
The higher quality air conditioner you have, the better prepared it is to cool your house sufficiently and inexpensively. A SEER rating describes this ability. Keep reading to gain a better understanding of SEER ratings.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. A high SEER rating indicates that a particular air conditioning unit is able to do its job efficiently. This is advantageous in a number of ways. More efficient units require less energy than their less capable counterparts. This means that your energy bills will be lower and the environment will be less affected by the use of your appliance. Since units with higher SEER ratings are more efficient, they also tend to have longer working lives than those with lower SEER ratings. High efficiency systems may also come with incentives like rebates.
Would you like additional help in understanding SEER ratings? Contact Estes Heating and Air Conditioning or visit our website for help. We are Atlanta’s home for air conditioner repair and replacement as well as other HVAC services. Feel free to call us at (404) 935-0170 if you would like to know more about our business.