Air Handler Parts and Accessories

July 22, 2012

To cover all the air handler parts and accessories I would have to write a book, especially considering all of the new communicating systems that are out there. This is supposed to be Hvac training for customers to learn more about their components of the split air conditioning system. To learn more about the condensing […]

Read the full article →

Hvac Condensing Unit Parts

July 21, 2012

The condensing unit in a split central heating and air conditioning system is located outside, and is also referred to as the ‘condenser’. This is where the warm inside air is ejected from the refrigerant to the outside. One quick way that you can tell if the system is doing its job is it would […]

Read the full article →

Life of the Hvac Technician

July 21, 2012

With the proper Hvac Training you can lead a lucrative career that will open you up with job opportunities just about anywhere you go, as there is always a demand for heating, cooling and refrigeration to be repaired. Not to mention ventilation systems such as exhaust fans and whole home fans. I’ve been an Hvac […]

Read the full article →

Central Air Conditioning Frozen Up

July 5, 2012

Is your air conditioning coils or line frozen? If so this could be either an easy fix or a more difficult one that would require a licensed hvac technician that has had the proper hvac training to diagnose. I am here to educate customers and help younger technicians learn the trade better, so this should […]

Read the full article →

Air Conditioning Tune-Up Checklist

June 24, 2012

Many of us Hvac technicians would love to do nothing but fix broken air conditioners, but the nature of the business is many people like to just have their central heating and air conditioning systems checked out, or a ‘tune up’.  Those that are just starting in the field with minimum Hvac training may find […]

Read the full article →

How to Install a Thermostat for Split Air Conditioning System

May 13, 2012

Installing a thermostat for your central air conditioning or heat pump system can be a do-it-yourself task if you are handy enough. It can also be pretty simple given that you have the right tools. But before reading this and following through, make sure that you view our disclaimer as we are not going to […]

Read the full article →

Checking Your SubCooling with the Fieldpiece SSX34

May 12, 2012

Today I won’t be going too much into what subcooling and superheat is and how it works, but more of a ‘tool review‘ for an easy way to check your refrigerant charge. Also notice like many other posts on this site, this one is not intended for the homeowner and only intended to help those […]

Read the full article →

Residential HVAC Installation

May 6, 2012

Thinking about installing a new air conditioning and heating system in your home? First things first, this is not a DIY project, leave this for the professionals to do. Improper installation from someone that has not had proper HVAC training and certification can lead to cracked drain pans, failed compressors, poor air flow, not getting […]

Read the full article →

Air Conditioner Leaking Water

April 30, 2012

Wondering why your air conditioner is leaking water? Well there could be a handful reasons why there is water leaking from your air conditioner. For many people they will have to call for service to get the situation fixed, for the Hvac Technician they are going to have to figure out the cause of the […]

Read the full article →

HVAC Leak Detection

April 27, 2012

Hvac leak detection can be one of the hardest parts of being an Hvac Technician. Some refrigerant leaks will stand out at you, sometimes you can see traces of oil around the compressor, indicating a refrigerant leak, or sometimes you can smell the gas and pin point it from there.  But what about those tiny […]

Read the full article →