August 20th, 2021
An air conditioner’s compressor is responsible for pumping refrigerant through the unit, allowing it to produce cool air. The compressor turns the liquid refrigerant into a gas that then travels through the condenser. A problem with the compressor will cause the entire system to break down and require professional repair.
How To Spot A Bad A/C Compressor
There are a few signs of a faulty compressor that you should be on the lookout for.
August 13th, 2021
Adjusting the temperature on your water heater could help you save money, but before you do, here’s what you need to know.
The Right Temperature
If you drop the temperature down too low, you could turn your water heater into a party house for dangerous bacteria. Raising it up too high, on the other hand, could lead to scalding hot showers.
January 4th, 2021
Temperatures are hitting some of their lowest points and we’ve even seen some rain. We are using our heaters the most at this point and it is likely we will be doing so for the next few months. This is likely to be when any problems with your heater are going to pop up as stress affects your system.
If you need heating repair in Irvine, CA it is a great idea to reach out to us as soon as possible to get this issue knocked out. Our professional technicians have the certifications, experience, and tools needed to handle a variety of heating system issues.
December 21st, 2020
Going out to look at Christmas lights and decorations on houses was fun but now everyone is ready to be back inside where they can warm up. You go to check the heater when you get home only to discover that it is already on. The question is, if your heater has been on this whole time, why doesn’t it feel like the temperature is any different?
It isn’t far-fetched to guess that this lack of warmth from your heater is an indicator that you need to schedule furnace repair in Irvine, CA. Even if the source of the problem is poor airflow, this can be enough to cause plenty of trouble for your comfort and the wellbeing of your system.
December 7th, 2020
The weather outside is…really not that frightful. It is one of the most beloved perks of living in this area–no flurries or snowbanks in wintertime, but some pretty good chill factor. In fact, we’ve seen a good amount of sunshine lately too. But we digress.
While the temperatures haven’t been unbearable, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be paying attention to our comfort systems. Missing a sign of trouble now can lead to discomfort later. We want you to get the heat pump repair in Anaheim, CA that you need when you need it so we have provided some easy ways to discern if and when you should reach out for professional service.
November 23rd, 2020
Even with the random heat waves that we’ve experienced recently, we can all agree that the weather around here is cooling off. Did you know that your heater is only one part of keeping your home comfortable throughout the season? Your indoor air quality is just as important to your comfort as the temperature in the house is.
If you are looking to invest in your home’s IAQ, adding a whole-home air filter to your Irvine, CA HVAC system can be a great idea. This system can make a huge difference in how comfortable your home is this fall and beyond. Trust us, your seasonal allergies will thank you come spring!
November 9th, 2020
Between the recent fires and the wild heatwaves we’ve gotten recently, it might seem strange to think that fall is here. However, cooler temperatures are already on their way, felt especially at night as things are finally getting a smidge chilly. Many of us are breaking out the decorations and cozy blankets but don’t forget to check on your heater during your preparations.
Before the temperatures drop too low and you are running to your thermostat, make sure you reach out to Avis Home Solutions for your yearly tune-up. This is a vital task to take care of if you want to enjoy optimal comfort and peace of mind in the coming months.
Schedule your appointment for heating maintenance with Avis Home Solutions today.
October 26th, 2020
We’ve told you plenty about different ways that you can improve your air conditioner’s efficiency and, thereby, improve your home comfort. We know you might already be sighing at the idea of having another part of your system to check up on but hear us out on this one. Your system’s condensate drain has the ability to shut your AC down and hinder your home cooling.
We provide the air conditioning service in Lake Forest, CA that can address any issues with your condensate drain and so much more. Read on to discover why a blocked drain is bad news for your comfort and how we can help.
October 12th, 2020
Was that a cool breeze that you just felt? It may be cooling down a little bit at night but that doesn’t mean that we should be thinking about turning off our air conditioners anytime soon. If the past couple weeks have taught people in California anything, it is that we often get more use out of our cooling systems even in seasons that are meant to have cooler weather.
This, of course, means that when something goes wrong with your AC system, the sooner you get it fixed the better off you’ll be. One possible “end-of-season” repair that you may need that many people often ignore is the need to fix a frozen evaporator coil. When something goes wrong with your evaporator coil, it means that you definitely need air conditioner repair in Lake Forest, CA from a professional technician.
September 28th, 2020
Fall is slowly starting to show itself as temperatures are getting cooler at night. We are even getting some cool weather first thing in the morning. It is a nice reprieve from the high heat we’ve struggled through the past several weeks. With that said, we all know that California likes to throw sudden heatwaves at us so it is a good idea to be prepared for anything.
If you need a replacement for your air conditioning service in Brea, CA it is going to make things a lot harder if we do encounter any added heatwaves before the fall season fully takes over. In this case, make sure you watch out for these warning signs that you need to retire your faulty AC unit for one that can get the job done.