Avoid Water Damage From Air Conditioning Leaks

Your air conditioning system naturally creates water as a byproduct of cooling your home. The water forms on the evaporator coil and drips into the drain pan, where the drainpipe siphons it off into your home’s plumbing system, or it runs outside and drains into your yard. When something goes wrong, the condensation can drain into your home, where it’s capable of creating significant water damage. …

Geothermal Energy: Free And Renewable

If you’re looking for a cooling and heating system that combines dependability, durability and energy efficiency, consider a geothermal heat pump (GHP). These HVAC appliances simply move heat from one place to another and offer the highest available energy efficiency for homes. In the case of GHPs, the appliances use heat from underground sources to condition your home. …

The Ductless Mini Split: 3 Reasons To Say Yes

If you have a space in your home that doesn’t cool or heat evenly or you’re planning an addition and you don’t want to lose space to ductwork, consider installing a ductless mini split. These are heat pumps that don’t use ducts to deliver the air and provide three distinct advantages over other kinds of heating and cooling systems.…

Warning Signs That Your Air Conditioning System Is In Trouble

Living in the San Diego area, you rely on your air conditioner to stay cool in the summer months. Keeping your HVAC equipment properly maintained can help prolong the life of the unit and ensure good performance, though minor repairs are inevitable. Here are some warning signs to watch out for, all of which can signal bigger problems with your air conditioning system.…