Moody Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for August, 2017

Choosing the Right Air Purifier

Monday, August 28th, 2017

UV-air-purifier-bulbQuick: What is the most important factor when it comes to your home comfort? If you said your air conditioner, that makes a lot of sense considering the heat and humidity we experience here in Georgia. But what about where comfort and health meet head-on: indoor air quality? For many homeowners throughout our area, maintaining great indoor air quality is a battle that they may not even fully understand that they are losing.

While keeping your home comfortable during our long hot summers and generally mild winters is important, maintaining high indoor air quality is equally important. Your indoor air quality ties directly into your comfort, and letting it slip affects both your comfort and health, as well as the condition of your property. We recommend using an air purifier in Dallas, GA to guarantee the protection of your air quality. Of course, this leads to the question of which air purifier(s) will benefit you the most.

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Why Does My AC Turn On and Off?

Monday, August 14th, 2017

woman-with-fanWe know what you’re thinking after reading the title of this post. Why shouldn’t my air conditioner turn on and off? It’s not supposed to run all of the time, is it? Of course, your air conditioner is not supposed to run constantly throughout the day, every day. However, it should be running in full, even cycles. It is when your air conditioner is starting up, running only briefly, and then shutting back down that you have cause for concern.

This situation is what we in the industry call “short-cycling,” and it is actually a fairly serious problem. Or, we should say, it can be a fairly serious problem. Like so many other air conditioning issues, there are a number of different reasons why your air conditioner in Acworth, GA may start to short-cycle. Not all of them are very serious, and some can be rectified without the intervention of professional technicians. Some can do real damage, however, so determining what is causing your AC to short-cycle is important.

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