July 27th, 2015
It wasn’t too long ago that there weren’t a whole lot of options available for cooling your entire home with a single system. These days there are many options, and while this is a good thing, it can make it harder for homeowners to make a decision when installing a new AC system.
July 20th, 2015
Every HVAC system, no matter what kind, needs to be properly maintained in order to work optimally and efficiently. If you have a ductless system and aren’t sure what kind of maintenance you need for it, let the experts at Command A/C help you
July 13th, 2015
There are a number of indoor air quality products available for homeowners to use, but if you are looking for an IAQ device that is specifically geared for removing biological contaminants, you’ll want to look at UV germicidal lights. UV lights work very differently from other air cleaners, and to maximize the benefits UV lights can offer, it’s important to hire trained experts, like the ones at Command A/C, to install and service them.
July 6th, 2015
You may have bought a new home and inherited a ductless AC, or you may have been one of the earlier fans of the system. In either case, your ductless cooling system may be hitting retirement age, and it’s better to replace it before it reaches the end of the road.
June 29th, 2015
Some homeowners may have concerns that their ductless air conditioner may be harder or more complex to repair than a traditional AC. While you should always leave any air conditioning repair to an expert, it’s actually easier for your technician to access the various parts of your ductless AC system because there is no hidden ductwork to contend with.
June 22nd, 2015
One of the benefits of a ductless air conditioning system is that the main components are all visible, making them easy to reach for repair, maintenance and expansion of the system. While traditional AC systems have a number of less visible components, such as ductwork, the evaporator unit which resides inside and the condensate array, a ductless system is more streamlined.
June 15th, 2015
A heat pump is a device that can heat and cool your home because it transfers heat from one location to another. Refrigerant is the key to facilitating this process. During the summer months, the heat pump absorbs the heat in your indoor living spaces and transfers it to the outside.
June 8th, 2015
When it comes to whole home air conditioning, there are a number of choices on the market. However, not every type of air conditioning system is going to be a match for you and your home, especially if your home doesn’t have ductwork. So what is an option to consider? Ductless cooling.
June 1st, 2015
Your air conditioner is quite a phenomenon of mechanical engineering: by transferring heat out of your living spaces and using refrigerant, it can cool your entire home for the whole summer. However, for as advanced as your system may be, there is one simple components that tells it when to stop and start: your thermostat.
May 25th, 2015
Just because your air conditioner isn’t a traditional ducted system doesn’t meant that it doesn’t need to be scheduled for annual maintenance. All air conditioning systems should be scheduled for annual maintenance with a trained and certified expert so that you and your system can gain all the benefits maintenance has to offer.