Learning About HVAC Equipment

How To Tune Up An Air Handler In A Garage

Is your air handler located in the garage? If so, it might need a little more TLC. That is, air handlers in garage is usually get dirty quicker. Even more importantly, since your air handler is located in a cold area, some of the heat that it creates could be lost before it even enters your home. So, adding insulation to your air handler can possibly make it more efficient. This article focuses on how to clean your air handler, and where you might be able to add insulation. Read More 

Worried About An Air Conditioner Refrigerant Leak? You May Be Causing It

Air conditioners are a necessity for many people during the hottest part of the summer. But a poorly running air conditioner may indicate a refrigerant leak, a serious problem that can devastate the operation of your air conditioner. Even worse, you may be contributing to this problem. Knowing If You Have A Refrigerant Leak Refrigerant leaks are usually pretty obvious because they cause your system to run poorly and to devastate its efficiency. Read More 

Comparing Boilers And Furnaces

When it comes to residential heating, most homes have either a boiler or a furnace. Both systems can be extremely efficient and productive, so it just depends on your particular needs and the design of your home. There are obviously some very important differences between these two heating systems, so it is important to understand them if you are building a new home and trying to figure out which will be best for your property. Read More 

About Me

Learning About HVAC Equipment

Welcome to my site. My name is Rodney Roja. I am excited to share my knowledge about furnaces and air conditioners on this site. Gone are the days of huddling around the fire to keep warm or relaxing in the shade to cool off. Instead, we have tons of interesting gadgets that put our home at an ideal temperature throughout the year. I want to talk about technological advancements developed for this equipment. I will also explore installation techniques, including hardware and placement. I hope you will be able to use the information on my site to upgrade your HVAC system in your home. Please visit my site often to learn all you can before starting your next heating or air conditioning project.