Moody Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC installation’

The Price of a Botched AC Installation

Monday, August 24th, 2020

Before you panic, just remember that a botched AC installation is avoidable. When you sign up for professional service, you’re getting a guarantee that nothing will go wrong. Professionals who are certified and experienced can adhere to a strict set of guidelines that make their work worth the price.

For everyone else who might have signed up for amateur service and now has a high-tech AC starting to show signs of a problem, listen up. Botched installations are unfortunately an issue we run into often. Homeowners don’t like to hear that their air conditioner was doomed from the start, but a lot of problems that we’re hired to fix end up being caused by a faulty installation. HVAC in Canton, GA isn’t as simple as hiring the cheapest technician for the job. It’s also about getting lasting quality for that job.

Let’s take a look at some of the problems that can come from a botched installation.

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Interested in a New AC? Here’s What You Need to Know

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

When summer rolls around, you wouldn’t dare be caught with an air conditioner that no longer works efficiently or effectively. And if you are currently in the same boat as other homeowners with old, worn-out air conditioners, it is probably in your best interest to consider a replacement. Obviously, the decision to invest in a new AC doesn’t come easy, but if the time has come, you don’t have much of a choice.

If you are in the market for a new air conditioner, there are quite a few things that you need to know. Below, we have tried our best to answer some of the most common questions we get from homeowners when it comes to installing a new AC in their homes.

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Why Your AC Installation Calls for Triple Evacuation

Monday, May 7th, 2018

working-on-ACCentral air conditioning systems, heat pumps, and ductless mini splits share a few key attributes in common. Chief among these similarities is the fact that all of these systems us refrigerant in order to facilitate the cooling process. Refrigerant is a heat transfer fluid that changes its physical state from liquid to gas and back again relatively easily. It evaporates in the indoor evaporator coil, removing heat from the air in the home, and is condensed outdoors to release that heat.

Now, low refrigerant levels due to an improper initial charge (a mistake that we simply do not make) or a leak is the first issue that most people would associate with refrigerant. It is not the only one, though. Quite often during new system installations, underqualified technicians will fail to properly clean out the AC line sets. This can leave behind a number of contaminants that can cause problems for your AC in Rome, GA. That is why triple evacuation cleaning is the way to go.

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