This summer has been a hot one. And to keep cool, the top two appliances people rely on are fans and air conditioners. However, both have their own pros and cons.
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.
Warm summer days are spent swimming and soaking up in the sun, but did you know that your appliances are affected by the summer heat? The extreme heat conditions can get the best of your appliances if you are not keeping an eye on them. The heat causes your appliances to work harder than they are designed to and can cause them to wear out, work less efficiently, and break down.
It is important to maintain these appliances to ensure they’re in great condition as you’re getting ready for summer! Here are some tips on what you can do to make sure your appliances don’t give out on you this summer.
We all spend months waiting for summer to return right when the season ends. As much as we look forward to the warm weather and the activities it brings, we forget how high temperatures can get. Once the season hits it’s peak – so does the humid heat. If central air conditioning is not an option for your home, there are plenty of inexpensive alternatives that would be perfect for your home.
At 1st Source Servall we care about your safety, which is why we try to keep you up-to-date on the latest appliance recalls.
On February 17, 2016 Goodman issued a safety recall (recall number 16-102) for select Amana, Century, Comfort-Aire, Goodman, and York Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners & Heat Pumps (PTAC), and Amana Room Air Conditioners (RAC). In addition to the original 233,500 units recalled in August of 2014, an additional 5,300 units are now being recalled.
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.