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We repair all the brands and models of air conditioners. Whether your air conditioning is leaking, runs noisy and the compressor is hot or you have any problematic issues with it, just call our toll free number and let us take care of the rest. We are available anytime for your Houston air conditioning repair at:
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We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc. and we are not affiliate with any insurance and home warranty companies.
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The information below is posted by us for you to become more familiar with air conditioning. Also, this information will also help to you to use your air conditioning more efficiently and effectively, which will save you money on your utility bills and unexpected appliance repairs. However, we do not recommend that you to get involved with any air conditioning repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most air conditioning systems require experience, professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. For professional help call us anytime at:
RULES FOR THE USE AND CARE OF A CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
• Keep air conditioning filters clean. Check and change them regularly. This keeps the evaporator coil and blower clean as well.
• Use constant air circulation to keep air moving within the house. Using magnetic "clip-on" baffles on registers often helps to push air to high levels where it can take advantage of natural circulation.
• Turn the switch to the air conditioning condensing unit on at least twenty-four hours before starting the air conditioning at the beginning of the season. This allows the crankcase heaters to warm the oil.
• Keep all obstructions such as drapes, furniture, carpets away from return and supply grills. They restrict air flow within the air conditioning system.
• Keep shrubbery, leaves, and trash away from the condensing unit. Restriction of air flow through the coil causes insufficient cooling of the refrigerant within the air conditioning system at this point.
• Set air handler or furnace blower to highest possible speed without causing undue whistling or cavitations, recognized by a pulsating Sound.
Low and high-pressure controls are often used in central air conditioning also. These air conditioning controls are connected directly to the refrigeration system, and any change which may cause damage and will linked to a switch, shutting the air conditioning unit down. If these switches have to be changed it's usually a job for a air conditioning repair technicians some of the refrigerant charge is lost when changing them. But you can check to tell whether they're bad by using your VOM in the R x 1 position. It should indicate continuity. Some of these pressure controls are manually reset by depressing a pushbutton. Look for it. When testing central air-conditioning units, remember that several electrical circuits are involved. Be sure that all are turned off before you begin working. They include the 230-volt circuit to the air conditioning condensing unit, the 24-volt control circuit, often the same circuit which controls the furnace, and, in a remote system, the 115-volt circuit which operates the furnace blower. Remember to disconnect all three circuits before attempting to service a central air-conditioning unit. Remember, too, that the distribution system should push supply air upwards as much as possible since its natural tendency is to fall down-ward, and to take return air from as high a point as possible since this will be the warmest air within the room.
If you are a reasonably good carpenter, you can install one yourself. Many come with flashing kits and even mastic to seal around the opening cut in the roof. In addition to greatly increasing the ability of your central air-conditioning system to cope with hot weather, the reduced roof temperatures can add years to the life of the shingles. Many central air-conditioning compressors are equipped with crankcase heaters which are constantly energized. The heat keeps the compressor oil free-flowing, and it also keeps the refrigerant from combining with the oil during long off periods. If you turn the power supply to your central air conditioning off during the winter, be sure to turn the power back on at least twenty-four hours before restarting 1 h unit in the spring. This will allow the heaters to dissipate the refrigerant from the oil, and the oil will be warm and ready to protect vital areas as soon as the compressor begins to run. One final tip for increasing the efficiency and ease of servicing your distribution system: If the filters on your furnace are hard to reach, filter grills are available which allow you to install the filters directly behind the return air grills. These, of course, are easily reached since they are right in the house. A simple twist of a coin in a slot lowers the grill and allows the filter to be taken out and replaced with a fresh one. With filter grills in place and filters checked constantly, you can eliminate the filters in the furnace and assure a good supply of filtered fresh air. But be sure that all return grills in your house are fitted with filters. You can measure the size of the opening and a heating supplier can likely furnish a filter grill from stock.
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