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Category: A/C

Why Doesn't My Air Conditioner Reach My Second Floor

By Forquer Heating
March 21, 2019 Category: A/C, Air Conditioning, Zoning, Dampers, Air FIlters

Many people find that they have a hard time cooling a particular part of their house. This is almost always the case with two-story homes when the second story wont keep cool. Often, people think that the solution is to increase the capacity of their current air conditioning unit. However, the issue is not the capacity to cool, but that there is insufficient air flow to your second story. Additionally, running a larger unit or even a second unit can have an adverse side effect for your house and your wallet. What are My Alternative Cooling Options? If your air conditioning unit is the right size for your home, but you still need to cool down either just one room or the whole second floor, youve got options! Air Filters Sometimes, the fix is quick and straightforward such as increasing your air flow. There are multiple ways to help the cold air flow upstairs. One example is using a different air filter. Replacing your filter with one that is less dense will give your unit less air

Why Preventative Maintenance is So Important

By Forquer Heating & Air Conditioning
March 14, 2019 Category: Heating, Air Conditioning, A/C, Furnace, Maintenance

A very important question that many homeowners ask is, is it necessary to have my furnace and air conditioning unit looked at even though everything is running fine and they have been for years? The answer is one-hundred percent yes! Preventative maintenance is essential to keep your furnace and air conditioner running as efficiently as possible and as long as possible. Think about your car; would you take a cross-country road trip without checking the oil first? No, even if your car is running great, you still take that preventative measure to ensure your car makes the trip there and back. The same concept applies to your furnace and AC. Often times, people wait until their heating or cooling breaks down before they call in a specialist to look at it. More often than not, this procrastination costs them a lot of money when the whole situation could have been avoided with simple check-ups or filter replacements every now and then. FalseSense of Security There is a false sense of security

A/C tonnage

By Jim Forquer Sr
March 22, 2016 Category: A/C, Tonnage

Question: I have been told my house has a 2-ton air conditioner. Does this mean my air conditioner weighs 4,000 lbs? Answer: The first air conditioning or cooling was done in theaters by hanging tons of ice in nets and circulating theater air across the ice to cool the air. In turn, the ice would melt. They calculated that one ton of ice would remove 288,000 BTUs in a 24 hour period or 12,000 BTUs per hour. Your 2-ton air conditioner may only weigh 170 lbs but it removes 24,000 BTUs per hour of heat from your house. Tonnage refers to a rate of cooling. Have a question?Comment below and well get you an answer.

A/C Air filter

By Jim Forquer Sr
March 09, 2016 Category: A/C, Air Filter

Question: I change my furnace air filter in the winter and the summer because I have air conditioning. Is there a filter on my air conditioner outside that needs cleaned or replaced? Answer: There is no filter to change out by your air conditioner, but your condenser coil does need washed or back flushed with a hose. The condenser coil, which is similar to a car radiator, can get blocked with grass clippings or cottonwood from the trees. This is very detrimental to your air conditioner. We recommend a precision tune up and professional cleaning in the spring before you use the system for the hot summer months.

Filter Changes

By Jim Forquer Jr.
March 04, 2016 Category: Filter, HVAC, A/C, Furnace

When it comes to maintaining your home, people often forget about two unseen and often unheard appliances; your furnace and air conditioner. Besides it being important to maintain those pieces of equipment at least once a year, it is extremely important to change your filter at least once a month (depending on the type of filter or type of air cleaning equipment that is attached to your HVAC system). Most filter systems are located to the right or left of the furnace, attached to the return air trunk. The air in the return air trunk is pulled from various areas of the home down through the large trunk and passes through the filter just before entering back into the furnace. It is very important to know the type of filter you have in place in order to know how often it should be changed. On average, if you have a 1 thick filter, it should be changed once a month. It could need changed more if you have pets, or if there is something that creates more dust or dirt in the air. Keeping a

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