Power outages are not fun and home appliances occasionally have trouble restoring power after a power outage. With the unpredictable weather these days it is relevant to know what to do when your air conditioner won’t turn on after a blackout! There are a few reasons that may be causing your air conditioner to not turn on after a power outage and those reasons are listed below! Check these out before you call a technician to repair your air conditioner.
Summer weather has begun and it’s starting to become difficult to stay cool through long warm summer days. Along with the summer weather, we see our utility bills become relatively higher. Wouldn’t it be amazing if there were ways to keep your house cool while keeping the amount of your bills down?
Luckily, we have four helpful ways to keep your air conditioner running efficiently without racking up your bills. By following these tips, you can tune up your AC unit and make sure it runs as smoothly as possible.
Now that it’s November, those unbearably cold winter months are just ahead of us. If you have noticed certain rooms in your home that are colder or warmer than others, get this fixed on your own so that every room in your home is comfortably equipped for this winter!
There are a few reasons why this could be happening and some things you can do so that warm and cold air is distributed evenly throughout your home. When the air is balanced, your systems will run more efficiently, which in turn will save you money on your bills.
At 1st Source Servall, we want to ensure that our customers and readers are safe and aware of important appliance recalls. As of November 3rd, GE has issued a recall on approximately 33,500 GE Zoneline® Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Heating Units (PTACs) due to Fire Hazard Risk.
Today’s blog post is a little different from some of our previous posts in that it is not entirely appliance related. Legionnaires Disease, caused by a bacteria that survives in water and water systems, has been in the news lately in relation to air conditioner units, most recently Evaporative Condensers and Cooling Towers in HVAC systems in large buildings such as office complexes.
In light of recent events, today we’re going to share some information with you on what you can do to keep you and your unit safe with a few recommendations from OSHA and highlight some basic maintenance tips.
Last week we talked about keeping your dryer hot, so this week we’re sticking with the theme of keeping things cool. With the height of summer upon us, an air conditioner is often the way most of us try to beat the heat. But, much like cleaning the lint screen in a dryer, there’s something we all have a tendency to forget: changing the air filter.
If you can’t remember the last time you changed your air filter, chances are you’re probably overdue.Continue reading