Ambient Air Solutions Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Livingston’

4 Unique Advantages of a Heat Pump

Monday, June 15th, 2020
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Homeowners have a huge disadvantage when shopping for a new cooling or heating system. Many people haven’t considered air conditioning or heating technology in years, decades, or more! So, when they’re looking into systems to run efficiently in their home, they tend to heavily weigh the conventional comfort systems over newer, over more advanced systems, like heat pumps.

That can be a problem, especially when heat pumps are proving time and time again to be perfect for certain homes in our area. When it comes to an HVAC system in Livingston, a central air conditioner might not cut it.

If you’ve ever wondered about what kinds of comfort systems would be right for your home, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of some unique advantages that are provided by a heat pump. These advantages make heat pumps perfect for certain homes, so pay close attention to how your home relates to what we’re about to say.

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Why Ice on Your AC Isn’t Good

Monday, May 4th, 2020
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We understand the sentiment that homeowners who experience this have. If temperatures are reaching unbearable heights and the sun is beating down on you, it can be easy to confuse ice on your air conditioning system with it doing a good job—but this is just plain wrong. Air conditioners don’t use ice to cool your home, and ice isn’t an effective way to cool anything other than your lemonade.

Most homeowners won’t believe this unless they learn the truth about why the ice is forming on their air conditioning system and what that means for their home. Once you know why it’s happening, it might be easier to understand why this is always a bad thing to see

At that point, it should be obvious to call your local service professional for HVAC in Livingston. By removing the ice and repairing the problem, you can finally have your system cool your home the right way.

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