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Why Is Low Refrigerant a Problem in My Air Conditioner?

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Whether you have a centralized air conditioner or a ductless system, your AC depends on refrigerant to operate. Many people think that the air conditioner consumes refrigerant. In truth, it’s really the opposite: the refrigerant must remain in a set amount as it cycles through the system as part of the heating process. Leaks aren’t supposed to happen, but they do, and as a result, your system loses the balance of refrigerant that it needs to function. With high temperatures on their way here in Lakewood, CA, low refrigerant can lead to a breakdown just when you need your system the most. Why is low refrigerant a problem in your air conditioner? Read on for the answers.

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What HSPF Means for Your Heat Pump

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Rating systems, when used properly, can be extremely helpful. For instance, you probably wouldn’t buy a car without looking at the miles per gallon (mpg). If you are going to install a new heat pump HVAC system, you want to check its rating, which is an HSPF number. The experts from Command A/C can help you decipher what this number means and how it can help you purchase the right heat pump system for your home in Lakewood, FL.

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How Do UV Lights Remove Contaminants?

Monday, July 13th, 2015

There are plenty 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.

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What Are the 3 Components of a Ductless System?

Monday, 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. What are the three main components? Let’s take a look.

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