Reasons A Geothermal Heat Pump Is The Best Way To Heat Your Home

If you're building a new home or replacing an existing HVAC system with something more eco-friendly, a geothermal heat pump is a definite possibility. Whether you have a lot of land or just what's underneath your house, you can have pipes installed in the ground that will allow your heat pump to extract heat in the winter in order to keep your house warm and comfortable. If you have a lot of space you can have pipes installed horizontally, saving a lot of money, but even if you only have a little space, it's still possible to install them. [Read More]

3 Problems to Fix in a Leaking Condensate Drain Pan

The condensate system in your AC air handler has evaporator coils that are vital to the cooling process. Those coils produce condensate that drips down into a drain pan to safely run out of the system through a drain pipe. If the condensate system encounters a problem, the drain pan can overflow and potentially cause water damage to the surrounding floor and unit. There are a few different ways to fix a leaking condensate drain pan depending on the source of the problem. [Read More]

Potential Condensate System Issues That Can Thwart Your AC Unit

The condensate system in a central air conditioner is located inside your home within the furnace's air handler. The condensate system starts at the evaporator coils that perform a phase change on liquid refrigerant and ends at a drain pipe that carries the produced condensate safely out of your home. Problems in the condensate system can leave you with lower cooling efficiency and potential water damage. What are some of the potential problems in a condensate system – and how can a HVAC sales and repair service, such as Triad Heating & Cooling Inc, help? [Read More]

Get Your Air Conditioning Ready for Cold Weather: Preparing for Hibernation

If you live in a climate where you don't need your air conditioning throughout the winter months, it's time to prepare your air-conditioning system for hibernation. You should clean out your system, make sure the outdoor unit is covered properly, and make sure the air filters are changed. Getting your system ready for months of sitting idle will improve your chances of a having a great-working system when the weather gets hot again. [Read More]