6 Ways to Reduce Electrostatic Damage to Control Boards
When we first learned how to change a control board on a furnace, we were educated by professionals to take great care and remove any static from ourselves before removing the board […]
HVAC Training: 8 Reasons Why Hot Surface Ignitors Fail
To technicians and furnace manufacturers everywhere, the sequence of events that takes place for a gas furnace to start a flame that jets into the tubes of a heat exchanger is like […]
What is a Condensate Safety Float Switch?
Has your technician offered you a condensate safety switch for your rooftop AC system but you’re not sure what it is?
Too many times on a service call, have we gone out and found the […]
Does your home need a Bigger Air Conditioner?
There are many reasons why your air conditioner may be underperforming.
Your system could be low on refrigerant, your evaporator coil could be clogged, the filter could be dirty, or the air ducts that lead […]
Do I Need an AC / Furnace Tune-Up or a Repair Service Call?
Our administrative staff has gotten very good at being intuitive about what a potential customer needs from a Red Deer Heating and Air Conditioning service technician.
With all that fancy […]
How Long Should My Air Conditioning System Last?
How many more years is your AC system supposed to last?
It usually gets all the HVAC technicians and owners out there all stirred up. The reason is that companies that are highly motivated by […]
What is the Required Service Area in Front of a Furnace or Air Conditioner?
When we install HVAC equipment in people’s homes, there is a code that covers how much service area there needs to be in front of the equipment. That’s […]
The Facts About AC Condensate Drain Lines for Attic/Rooftop HVAC Systems
Residential HVAC installers have to understand so many facets of the construction industry.
We’re going to talk about the importance of installing the condensate drain lines correctly so the system doesn’t […]
Can I Run My AC Without a Capacitor – A HVAC Capacitor Replacement Guide
We get a lot of phone calls from customers saying their AC isn’t working.
A good portion of those calls is for a common repair. Their capacitor has failed.
If your technician has […]
Quiet Cool Whole House Fans vs Traditional Style House Fans
Are you the type of person who likes to open their windows at home? If you are, stay tuned because we are going to be talking about Whole House fans.
Whole house […]Read More