Do you have a problem where you notice your home's air conditioner turning off and on in quick succession? This is a problem known as short cycling, which can happen to any air conditioner after years of use. Here are a few reasons why your air conditioner is short cycling.
Dirty Air Filter
Sometimes short cycling occurs because of restricted airflow in the system. All that cold air becomes trapped inside the unit's air handler, and the main condenser coils will start to freeze.
Purchasing a home is a very big financial decision, and you want to ensure what you are purchasing is a good investment. This means inspecting various aspects of the home prior to purchasing it, and potentially walking away if things are not in good shape. This extends to the condition of the home's HVAC system, so consider the following things when inspecting the system.
The Current Age
One thing you will want to do is look at the actual furnace and air conditioner in the home and find the manufacturing information on it.
Winter is coming, but is your heating ready? During the winter months, maintenance is going to be needed to ensure your home stays warm. In addition, there may be a few repairs and maintenance tasks to do before the first blast of cold air arrives. Some of the heating problems during cold weather are unavoidable. Here are some of the problems with your heating that you want to be on the lookout for as the weather gets colder:
Your old boiler system has quit working, and instead of replacing the boiler with a brand new unit, you would rather track down a used boiler system and save some money. Buying a used boiler system can be somewhat of a challenge. Not only do you need a boiler that matches up to the system you currently have as far as size goes, but it can also be difficult to find a used boiler that does not have problems.
When you own a home that isn't located in an area in which natural gas isn't an option, you'll have limited options when it comes to heating your home. What are your options? Here, you'll find out.
Your easiest option will be to use electricity to heat the home. It will not require any extra piping to be run in the house and you won't have to worry about anything but paying your electricity bill.