Most people are unaware that fall can bring about a whole host of air quality problems in your home. At Spoor's Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand how the different indoor air quality problems fall and how you can fix them.
As the summer season approaches its peak, it's time to start thinking about the high-use season with regard to your air conditioning system. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to keep your utility bills manageable, your HVAC system running smoothly, and avoid air conditioner breakdowns.
The last thing anyone wants is to have their heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system fail on them on 90-degree days with high humidity levels. But, with preventative HVAC maintenance, you can help ensure your system functions at peak performance and efficiency all summer!
Our home air conditioning systems keep us cool and comfortable during the hottest of days. However, a pervasive musty smell coming from your home's air conditioning system can quickly ruin an otherwise relaxing day spent at home. Worse yet, a stale or musty smell coming from your air conditioning system could be a sign of HVAC problems. Below, the experienced AC technicians with Spoor's Heating & Air Conditioning outline some of the most common reasons why your air conditioner smells musty.
During the hottest days of the year, our air conditioning systems work dutifully to keep us cool and comfortable – so it's important to look for signs of AC issues, such as strange noises. While it's not uncommon for air conditioning systems to make a little noise, there are a handful of sounds you never want to hear from your air conditioner.