Dynamic Heating and Cooling LLC Blog: Archive for the ‘Residential HVAC’ Category

Why is My AC Blowing Warm Air?

Tuesday, June 29th, 2021

During summer, most of us rely on our AC systems to keep us cool and comfortable all season long. We can all probably agree that there’s nothing more frustrating than a malfunctioning AC system, especially when the temperatures outside are rising. Since the job of an air conditioner is to circulate cool air throughout your home, why do some of us suffer from an AC that starts blowing warm air?

There are many reasons as to why your AC might be blowing warm air. Since no one wants to sit inside an uncomfortable house in the summer, we’re sharing some of the most common reasons why cold air isn’t coming from your AC and steps to take in order to have the issue resolved. Keep reading to find out!

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3 Signs Your Air Conditioner Has Mold

Monday, March 16th, 2020

How To Tell If Your Air Conditioner Has Mold?

The thought of mold conjures up images of dark fuzzy patches and people in biological suits wearing latex gloves. While mold in your AC unit may not be as scary, it can still affect your body by contributing to serious respiratory illnesses. So it’s essential to tell if you’re dealing with a mold problem in your AC system.

Our olfactory sense can link certain smells to memories from decades ago. So it’s no wonder it serves to warn you against mold too. Mold is a common issue in building interiors with poor humidity control, and the US Environmental Protection Agency recommends professional remediation when a mold patch exceeds 10 square feet. Mold is detrimental to indoor air quality, producing an unpleasant musty odor and causing allergic reactions. Read more at R&R Mag…

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Heating and Cooling With a Programmable Thermostat

Monday, March 16th, 2020

Do you find that you leave your HVAC running when it doesn’t need to be? Is it another thing to think about to manually adjust the thermostat so that your unit is running efficiently? Have you considered upgrading to a programmable thermostat? If not, here’s a few reasons why it’s a smart option.

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Give Your HVAC System A Spring Clean

Monday, March 16th, 2020

The arrival of spring gives us all an opportunity to refresh ourselves and our homes and wipe away the winter months. There’s nothing better than a good spring clean to clear out the cobwebs, open a few windows and let the fresh air in. Many of us have been relying on our HVAC units over the winter to keep us warm, however, springtime is the point of crossover where we will be wanting the opposite from our systems, so now is the perfect time to give it a little TLC.

Here’s a spring checklist for your HVAC system, that will have you ready for the warmer months ahead.

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HVAC Maintenance Tips for Pet Owners

Monday, March 16th, 2020

Our four-legged friends bring so much joy to our lives. Having a pet can bring so many positive qualities, that there is very little to report on the downside. However, your HVAC system may have a few things to say about your pet pooch. Your fur babies have precisely that… fur! And that’s the nemesis of your HVAC unit. Here are a few tips and tricks to help keep both your dog and your HVAC system in good health.

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How to Clean Your Air Conditioning Unit

Monday, March 16th, 2020

Keeping your air conditioning vents clean is the best way to ensure the lifespan of your HVAC unit. More importantly, it also ensures that the air circulated around your home is clean. Imagine all those particles of dust, cobwebs, hair and pollen that have collected over time. If you don’t remove them, then they are just going to get blown right back out for you to breathe in! Over time dust, dirt, and other contaminants can accumulate in the ductwork of the central heating and cooling system in your home. Cleaning HVAC ducts is done by removing and cleaning the vent covers, then inserting a special oscillating vacuum cleaner brush into the ducts to dislodge and suck up the dust.

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Fight Allergens With Your HVAC System

Monday, March 16th, 2020

The spring brings joy to many of us. The flowers are blooming, the weather is warming up, the sun gives everyone that uplifting feeling. However, for many of us, the springtime also is the start of ‘allergy season’, but did you know that your HVAC unit could help to alleviate allergies?

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FAQs About Conventional HVAC Systems

Monday, March 16th, 2020

We’ll answer an obvious question first, that most of you will know the answer to, but just for the sake of clarity… What does HVAC actually stand for? HVAC is short for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It’s what keeps you warm in the winter months and cool in the summer. It can be anything from your residential unit at home to a large commercial unit in apartment blocks and industrial locations. We’ve answered the obvious, but what about some more frequently asked questions?

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My AC Is Leaking – Should I Be Worried?

Monday, March 16th, 2020

Air conditioning units work by pulling in warm air and passing it over refrigerant-cooled tubing or coils, before sending it back out to cool a room and its occupants. As the warm air is cooled, droplets form on the coils or tubes due to condensation.

A small amount of this fluid showing up is expected, especially during warmer seasons such as this one. However, excessive dripping is most likely a sign of a leak. An air conditioner leak can release a gas which when inhaled can cause headaches, nausea and sometimes difficulty breathing. Moreover, your AC leaking can be a sign of damage to certain parts of your AC unit.

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Is Your HVAC System Costing Too Much Money?

Monday, March 16th, 2020

How old is your HVAC system? Do you even know? Surprisingly there are many people that an unaware just how many years their HVAC system has been giving them comfortable heating and cooling. Could it be time to look at a replacement or upgrade? Here are a few signs that it’s time to upgrade your home heating unit.

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