As the warmer days of summer approach, homeowners all over are starting up their air conditioners in order to achieve some much-needed cooling. However, if you notice your own system isn’t blowing out cool air as it should, this might be a sign of a refrigerant leak.
When a gas-fueled furnace experiences a breakdown, things can get stressful. A crack or leak can cause large amounts of carbon monoxide (CO) to seep into the indoor air, causing a variety of health problems. In today’s post, Albert Air Inc., your local contractor with good ductless air conditioner reviews, discusses the threat of carbon monoxide as a result of inefficient HVAC systems.
Carrier’s Weather Series Rooftop Unit (RTU) with EcoBlue Technology has been named a finalist in Consulting-Specifying Engineer (C-SE) magazine’s Product of the Year competition. The product was a finalist under the “HVAC” category, and had already distinguished itself as the Money-Saving Product of the Year by BUILDINGS2 magazine.
If you want to keep your system running efficiently and save on heating and cooling costs, it’s important to address HVAC repairs in a timely manner, as well as perform preventive maintenance. Doing so will result in an HVAC system that’s less likely to experience burnouts and breakdowns.
Since 1982, Albert Air Inc. has been providing top-quality heating, cooling, and HVAC services to Fullerton and the surrounding areas. With years of experience and a team of NATE®-certified HVAC technicians, we help create a better home for you and your family with our services.
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