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Air Source America Blog : Archive for September, 2015

Why Is My Air Conditioner Tripping the Circuit Breaker?

It’s usually pretty simple to reset a tripped circuit breaker. All you have to do is find the breaker in the panel responsible for that area of the home, turn off the switch, and turn it back on again. If your air conditioner is tripping the circuit breaker, however, constantly resetting it is not the way to go. You have to figure out the source of the electrical trouble so that you can make repairs and keep the system from wearing down. Continue reading “Why Is My Air Conditioner Tripping the Circuit Breaker?”

A Look at Some Helpful Indoor Air Quality Accessories

When there’s a sudden change in the weather, it can bring a lot of unwanted allergens and other debris along with it. If you’re searching for relief from your worst allergy symptoms, or if you want to help protect your family from some common viruses, we may have a solution for you that you won’t find in any medicine cabinet. Take a look at some of the whole home air cleaning and air quality systems you can have installed by your local HVAC technician. Continue reading “A Look at Some Helpful Indoor Air Quality Accessories”

How to Choose the Best AC Unit to Install

A common practice among customers in the market for a new air conditioner is to call around to various companies looking for a price quote. But it’s important to note that the system that is the lowest price may not be the best system for your home. Choosing a low-cost system can result in high energy bills that make that initial price tag seem inconsequential. Here’s what we think you should look for in a new system (especially if you live in our area or along the coast!). Continue reading “How to Choose the Best AC Unit to Install”

Why Is My Air Conditioner Leaking Water?

When water leaks from an air conditioning system, it can be rather alarming. As water pools on your floor, your main concern is solving the problem quickly. But you may also be a little confused. What caused the problem in the first place? Why would an air conditioner have water in it? And can you fix the issue on your own? We’ve got answers to these questions and more in today’s short guide. Continue reading “Why Is My Air Conditioner Leaking Water?”

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