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How to Cope When the Air Conditioner Melts Down?   When an air conditioner malfunctions in the city of St. Louis, residents don’t always have the time to shop around for the lowest air conditioning repair costs. The primary objective becomes: send help as soon as possible. Entrusting the air conditioning system to anyone comes with a few perils.   St. Louis City Air Conditioning Contractor: 7-Steps to AC Repair   A St. Louis City HVAC contractor provides seven basic steps to coping with an AC meltdown.   1) Test a new air filter. If you notice that the air conditioner is blowing warm air, change the air filter. Sometimes lint clogged air filter inhibit cool air from escaping. Wait 30 more minutes and there is no change in the cooling scenario, proceed to the next step.   2) Power down. To avoid doing further damage to the cooling system, power...
Hoffmann Brothers, an air conditioning and heating contractor, serving the residents of Wildwood MO imparts basic intelligence regarding air conditioners (ACs).   How often should the AC have a check up? Every 365 days is a good target for air-conditioning preventative maintenance check ups.   Redeem your http://www.hoffmannbros.com/coupons.html here.       My air conditioning system works fine; is preventative maintenance still important? Yes, in order to uphold the terms of the warranty on your air conditioning system preventative maintenance is vital. More importantly, preventative maintenance means better energy efficiency. Studies released by American Society of Heating Refrigerating Air Conditioning Engineers, (ASHRAE) shows that for every year an air conditioning system is not serviced, it loses 5% of its energy efficiency.   What’s the best way to save on air conditioning costs in Wildwood? Three steps ensure an energy savings: monthly air conditioning filter replacements, AC annual maintenance, and programmable thermostats....
Indoor air quality (IAQ) does not always refer to an environment’s cool or warm air. It’s those invisible contaminants, floating around in the air that maybe the most detrimental. Three culprits: lead dust, mold, and dust mites are counterproductive to clean IAQ.  Here’s how and why to rid the home of these contaminants.  Mold There are several types of mold in the atmosphere. Mold requires water and moisture to grow. In St. Louis, Missouri, where indoor moisture levels are often high, mold propagates when untreated.  Although mold is essential to the ecosystem, indoors, the contaminant has the ability to multiply creating mold spores. When wet and moist environments are improperly dried within the first 48 hours, it creates a rich breeding ground for mold.  To promote indoor air quality and stop mold in its tracks, there are several steps to take. The first step to solving a mold problem is to...
Over the course of the summer, few days in St. Louis allow homeowners to give the air conditioning (AC) unit a break. For most residents in St. Louis, this means paying a hefty monthly fee to cool the home. Hoffmann Brothers, an air conditioning contractor, offers these cool energy savings ideas:   Supplement Cool Energy Savings Fans and programmable thermostats complement summertime energy savings. Programmable thermostats enable households to manage indoor climates when the home is vacant or occupied. The ability to cool on demand saves a minimum of 10% off monthly cooling costs.   Meanwhile, fans supplement the cool air when the home is occupied. Because fans create a wind chill effect, these cooling appliances allow homeowners to reduce temperatures by 5 degrees.   Heat Hindrance From a St. Louis household’s windows, washing machine to the oven, a number of fixtures and appliances emit heat. Because the sun can spike...
Comparing Cooling Systems in Belleville Belleville, IL households, facing an inevitable air conditioning meltdown have several cooling system options. In addition to an air conditioner, heat pumps and air handlers cool the average Belleville residential property, too. Hoffmann Brothers, an air conditioning contractor, differentiates how these cooling devices work.   Air Conditioning Units It takes great energy to produce cool air. This is how air conditioning units work. While there are several high efficient air conditioning units, ACs generally consume greater energy resources.   The seasonal energy efficient rate (SEER) is important, as it accounts for an air conditioner’s energy savings. The greater the SEER is, the better the energy savings. An SEER of 20 is optimal for maximum energy savings. However, not all air conditioning units have this feature. Also, ozone safe refrigerant is a state and federal requirement for all air conditioning units.   Hoffmann Brothers makes house calls...
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